Dr. Lindseth has conducted clinical and behavioral research for over 20 years that has been funded by the DoD Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program, the National Institutes of Health (NICHD, NCRR, and NIGMS), the Retirement Research Foundation, and the Dept. of Health and Human Services - Division of Nursing. Dr. Lindseth also served as the Principal Investigator and Project Director for the NIH-funded Northern Plains Center for Behavioral Research (NPCBR) and the Northern Plains Center for Behavioral Research Translation. Work by investigators within the NPCBR focused on the behavioral health needs of vulnerable underserved populations, including Native American women and children. Dr. Lindseth also has conducted US Army Biomedical Research and Materiel Command funded studies on the behavioral effects of dietary interventions in young adult populations. Both Army studies and a NIH study of pregnant women focused on dietary intake, biochemical and physical activity measures of the study participants. Currently, Dr. Lindseth works with underrepresented college students as the Principal Investigator of a NIH funded MARC U-STAR program at the Univ. of North Dakota.
Research Funding (2008-2018)
PI: “Nutrition and Physical Activity Behavioral Study”. NIH Research Sub-Award Proposal between the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University designed to change the behavior of Native American college students so they will consume healthier food choices and engage in more physical activity. Sub-Award to “Healthy Food Production and Fitness Interventions for Native American Tribal College Students” (L. Heuer, PI). Requested for $342,173. 2019-2024.
PI: “A Multidisciplinary MARC U-STAR Program at UND”. Grant #1T34GM122835-01. NIH T34 research training program for under-represented students for successful entry into PhD/graduate programs. With Co-I’s Cummings, A., Kaabouch, N., Raatz, S., Reza, H., Denny, D., Tande, D., Poltavski, D., Fazel-Rezai, R., Baike Xi, Ferraro, F.R. Ahmed, R. & Petros, T. Funded for $1,183,947. 2017-22.
PI: “Neurobehavioral Effects of Consuming Dietary Probiotics.” CNPD Research Seed Grant Proposal submitted to the CNPD Office of Research. Funded for $3,000. 2016-17.
Co-PI: “Center for Human Factors Research and Innovation: Investigating Nutritional Effect on Mood and Cognitive Performance.” Research Grant #W81XWH-10-1-0454. Grant submitted to the DOD Biomedical Research and Materiel Command for continued research on the effects of nutrition on cognitive performance. With P. Lindseth, Co-PI; Funded for $700,000. 2010-15.
Co-I: "Science and Technology for Warfighting Training and Aiding." Research Grant #FA8650-11-2-6212. Grant submitted to the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory to enhance understanding of human learning to reliably define Air Force RPA training and readiness. With Marshall, D. (PI); Co-I’s Lindseth, P., Jensen, W., Petros, T., Ferraro, R. & Yurkovich, E., Funded for $5,480,000. 2011-15.
Co-I: “Center of Excellence for Economic Development in UAS’s and Simulation Applications; UND Center of Excellence Enhancement Grant” from the North Dakota Centers of Excellence Commission; Funded for $1,000,000 and for follow-on funding of $1,500,000 and $2,750,000. With B. Smith (PI): Co-I’s: P. Lindseth, J. Kappenman, Petros, T., Ferraro, R., R. Schultz, & B. Gjovig. 2008-12.
PI: "Northern Plains Center for Behavioral Research Translation: Latino, Native American”. Planning Grant #1P20RR023489-01 funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH-NCRR) for a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) grant application. Co-Investigators included investigators from Nursing (Yurkovich, Ide, Covington, Heuer, and Anderson), Medicine (Mitchell, Geiger, Moulton), Psychology (Petros), USDA Human Nutrition (Combs, Canfield), Business (Lesch, Light), Law (Rand), Computer Science (Marsh) et al. Funded for $203,989. 2006-09.
PI: “Northern Plains Center for Behavioral Research: Latino, Native American”. Funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH-NCRR). Grant # 1C06 RR 022088-01. Funded for $3,913,697. With Co-PI’s: Petros, T., Ferraro, R., Heuer, L. & Yurkovich, E. $4M match waiver received from NIH/NCRR. 2005-10.
PI: Nutritional Effects on Cognition and Flight Performance.” Research grant #DAMDIT-03-1-0010 funded by the US Army Biomedical Research Command. With P. Lindseth, Co-PI- UND Aerospace; Co-Is: Petros, T. & Jensen, W.; Funded for $621,310. 2003-08.
Funding for Student Research Support (2008-2018)
Co-I: “Effect of In-Hospital Code Stroke on Thrombolytic Therapy in Women.” Submitted by Renee Colsch, PI. This NIH AHRQ R36 grant application for Post-Doctoral research funding. Requested for $42,568. 2017.
Co-I: STTI Doctoral Student Research Grant submitted by Amy Witt, PI. Funded for $750 (through December, 2015). 2013-15.
Co-I: National Council of States Board of Nursing Center for Regulatory Excellence Proposal entitled “The Process of Workplace Re-entry for Nurses with Substance Use Disorders: A Grounded Theory Study”. Funded for $65,361. submitted by Deborah Matthias-Anderson, PI. 2012-13.
Selected Publications (2008-2018)
Colsch, R. & Lindseth, G. (2018). Unique Stroke Symptoms in Women: A Systematic Review of Assessment Tools and Registries.” Manuscript submitted to the Journal of Neuroscience Nursing.
Denny, D. & Lindseth, G. (2018). "Pain and Delirium Symptoms in Older Adults Following Joint Replacement Surgery.” Manuscript in submission to the Western Journal of Nursing Research.
Denny, D. L., & Lindseth, G. (2017). Preoperative Risks for Subsyndromal Delirium in Older Adults following Orthopedic Surgery. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 39(10), 1376-1377. doi: 10.1177/0193945917715261l
Cyphers, N.A. Clements, A.D. & Lindseth, G. (2017). "The Relationship Between Religiosity and Health-Promoting Behaviors in Pregnant Women". Western Journal of Nursing Research, 39(11), 1429-1446. doi: 10.1177/0193945916679623 Epub 2016 Nov 24
Matthias-Anderson, D., Yurkovich, E., & Lindseth, G. (2016). Work Re-Entry of RNs After Substance Use Disorder Treatment: A Grounded Theory Study. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 38(10), 1376-1376. doi: 10.1177/0193945916658183
Denny, D. & Lindseth, G. (2016). “Preoperative Risk Factors for Subsyndromal Delirium in Older Adults who Undergo Joint Replacement Surgery.” Orthopaedic Nursing 36(6), 402-411. doi: 10.1097/NOR.0000000000000401
Lindseth, G. (2016). “Dietary Macronutrients and Sleep”, Podcast with Vicki S. Conn, Editor of the Western Journal of Nursing Research on Wednesday, July 20th, 2016.
Lindseth, G. & Murray, A. (2016). “Dietary Macronutrients and Sleep”, Western Journal of Nursing Research 38(8), 938-58. doi: 10.1177/0193945916643712. Epub 2016 May 11
Pak, M. & Lindseth, G. (2016). “Risk Factors for Cholelithiasis among Female Veterans”, submitted to Gastroenterology Nursing (In Press).
Pak, M. & Lindseth, G. (2016). “Risk Factors for Cholelithiasis”, Gastroenterology Nursing 39(4), 297-309. doi: 10.1097/SGA.0000000000000235
Lindseth, G. & Petros, T. (2016). “Neurobehavioral Effects of Consuming Dietary Fatty Acids”, Biological Research in Nursing 18(5), 573-581. Epub ahead of print on 7/13/2016. doi: 10.1177/1099800416657638.
Lindseth, G., Helland, B., & Caspers, J. (2015). The Effects of Dietary Tryptophan on Affective Disorders. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 29(2), 102-107. doi:10.1016/j.apnu.2014.11.008
Lindseth, G., Coolahan, S., Petros, T., & Lindseth, P. (2014). “Neurobehavioral Effects of Aspartame Consumption”, Research in Nursing & Health, 37(3), 185-193. doi:10.1002/nur.21595
Lindseth, G., & Denny, D. (2014). Patients' Experiences With Cholecystitis and a Cholecystectomy. Gastroenterology Nursing, 37(6), 407-414. doi: 10.1097%2FSGA.0000000000000072
Lindseth, P., Lindseth, G., Petros, T., Jensen, W. & Caspers, J.A. (2013). “Effects of hydration on cognitive function of pilots.” Military Medicine 178(7), 792-798. doi:10.7205/MILMED-D-13-00013
Lindseth, G., Lindseth, P. & Thompson, M. (2013). “Nutritional Effects on Sleep”, Western Journal of Nursing Research 35(4), 497-513. EPub ahead of publication (2011). doi:10.1177/0193945911416379
Lindseth, G., Yurkovich, E., Seal, L. & Heuer, L. (2012). “A Journey through Infrastructure Acquisition and Development: Advancing Metabolic Research”, submitted for publication in Journal of Rural Health.
Lindseth, G., Lindseth, P., Jensen, W., Petros, T., Helland, B. & Fossum, D. (2011). "Dietary Effects on Cognition and Pilots Flight Performance," The International Journal of Aviation Psychology (21)3, 269-82. doi:10.1080/10508414.2011.582454
Lindseth, G. & Lindseth, P. (2010). “Nutritional Effects of Cognition and Flight Performance”, filmed at the 2009 Military Health Research Forum (MHRF) in Kansas City, MO.
Video link at http://cdmrp.army.mil/pubs/video/prm/lindseth_video.shtml;
Lindseth, G., Yurkovich, E. & Heuer, L. (2010). “Establishing a Center for Behavioral Research”. Nursing Outlook, 58(2), e17-e18. doi:10.1016/j.outlook.2010.02.114
Lindseth, G., Heuer, L., Yurkovich, E., Petros, T., Fossum, D. (2009). “Establishing a Center for Behavioral Research Translation”. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 109 (9), A71. doi: 10.1016/j.jada.2009.06.233
- Registered Nurse Licensure: Michigan, North Dakota, Texas
- Clinical Specialist- BC
- Licensed Registered Dietitian
Awards and Honors:
- MNRS Conference “Distinguished Presentation/Abstract Award” (Denny & Lindseth, 2017).
- Manuscript “Neurobehavioral Effects of Aspartame Consumption” ranked in 2016 RINAH Top 15 searches.
- Midwest Nursing Research Society PhD Student Award (D. Matthias-Anderson), 2016
- UND Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Award, 2015
- Research in Nursing and Health Journal “Best Paper Award for 2014”.
- National Institutes of Health NCRR Outstanding Service Recognition, 2010
- Ada Sue Hinshaw Research Award, Friends of National Institute of Nursing Research, 2008
- Presidential Lecture Series Presenter, UND, 2007
- Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, 2006-present.
- Outstanding Faculty Scholar Award, UND, 2006
- Sigma Theta Tau Outstanding Researcher Award, May 2003
- U.S. Air Force Recognition Award, December 2001
- American Dietetic Association Service Recognition Award, 2000
- North Dakota Nurses Association Research Nurse of the Year Award, 1999
- Red River Valley Nurses Association Research Nurse of the Year Award, 1999
- American Dietetic Association, 1996-Present
- Faculty Research Release Time Recognition Award, EMU, l992
- Member of the Sigma Xi National Research Society, 1991-present
- Recognized as a Who's Who in American Nursing, 1988-1989
Postdoctoral Fellow, Post-Doctoral Research Training in Self-Care Nursing. (Mentor—Darlene Mood), Center for Health Research, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan; 1992-1994.
Ph.D., Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri 1989.
M.S., Nursing, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1988.
B.S., Dietetics, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota
Nursing, Methodist School of Nursing, Lubbock, Texas
- Professor: College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines; University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota (1998-Present).
- Research Adjunct Professor in Biomedical Engineering, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota (2017-Present)
- Associate Dean of Nursing Research: University of North Dakota College of Nursing, Grand Forks, North Dakota (2005-2008)
- Director of Nursing Research: University of North Dakota College of Nursing, Grand Forks, North Dakota (1998-2008)
- Associate Professor of Nursing: University of North Dakota College of Nursing, Grand Forks, North Dakota (1994-1998)
- Associate Professor of Nursing: Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan: Medical/Surgical Nursing (1991-1994)
- Assistant Professor and Instructor of Nursing: University of North Dakota College of Nursing, Grand Forks, North Dakota: Adult Health and Anesthesia Nursing (1985-1991)
- Instructor: University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota: Home Economics and Nutrition (1984-1985)
- Faculty Practice: Nutritional assessments at the Grand Forks AFB, 1994-2008
- Clinical Practice: through Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan: Clinical nursing at a 570 bed Ann Arbor Hospital Intermediate Critical Care Unit. 1991-1994.
- Clinical Practice: First District Health Unit, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota: Women's Infant's and Children's Program, 1980-1982
- Clinical Practice: Methodist Hospital, Lubbock, Texas: Intensive Care and Newborn Nurseries, 1979