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Office: Life Sciences Building 187
Jenevieve Roper is a professor in the Health and Human Sciences Department at Loyola Marymount University.
Jenevieve Roper, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of health and human sciences. She came to LMU from California State University, San Bernardino, where she was an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology. Her research specializes in biomechanics and running gait retraining for individuals with chronic knee pain. She has experience teaching a variety of classes, including Sports Nutrition and EKG interpretation. She also regularly writes for several fitness magazines. Her hobbies include kickball, beach volleyball, running (sometimes even half-marathons!) and doing crossword puzzles. She is excited to join the faculty of Health and Human Sciences and looks forward to getting fully integrated into LMU life.
University of New Mexico: Ph.D, Exercise Science 2015
University of Nevada, Las Vegas: M.S, Kinesiology 2011
University of New Mexico: B.S., Exercise Science 2009
Areas of Expertise (7)
Health & Disease
Industry Expertise (3)
Health and Wellness
- American College of Sports Medicine
- National Strength and Conditioning Association