Nathan Bryan is assistant professor at the Texas Therapeutic institute and Institute for Molecular Medicine at the University of Texas Houston Health Sciences Center. He received an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin and a Ph.D from Louisiana State University. He studies nitric oxide restoration in humans, and has written, peer-reviewed, and edited books, articles, and research studies.
Bryan has co-edited or written three books: Food, Nutrition & The Nitric Oxide Pathway (in 52 libraries according to WorldCat), Nitrates and Nitrites in Human Health and Disease (in 23 libraries according to WorldCat), and Blood & Tissue Nitric Oxide Products (in one library according to WorldCat).
Bryan is Co-Founder and Nitric Oxide Scientist at HumanN, a firm developing products to increase nitric oxide levels in humans.
^Bryan, Nathan S., and Louis J. Ignarro. Food, Nutrition, and the Nitric Oxide Pathway: Biochemistry and Bioactivity. Lancaster, Pa: DEStech Publications, Inc, 2010. ISBN9781932078848WorldCat item record
^Bryan, Nathan S., and Joseph Loscalzo. Nitrates and Nitrites in Human Health and Disease. New York: Humana Press, 2011. OCLC 726829225 WorldCat item record