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Professor, School of Health and Exercise Sciences · University of British Columbia
Mental health benefits of exercise | Body Image | Exercise behaviour change |Disability | Women | Knowledge Translation
Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences; Research Associate, Grandview Children’s Centre · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Internationally published researcher and advocate for children with disabilities and their families
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Breaking down psychosocial and environmental barriers to athlete development and high-performance sport
Associate Professor, Director of Kinesiology, Faculty of Health Sciences · University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Exercise physiologist focused on improving health and performance through evidence-based exercise prescription
Expert in healthy lifestyle behaviors · Florida Gulf Coast University
Loureen Downes researches physical activity, nutrition and chronic disease prevention.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation · Baylor University
Expert on physical activity, and lifestyle-based research related to obesity and its co-morbidities across the lifespan
Professor, Human Development & Family Studies · University of Connecticut
Dr. Gans research focuses on interventions in community-based settings with diverse populations.
CEO-Korey Stringer Institute, Professor Department of Kinesiology · University of Connecticut
Focused on prevention of sudden death in sport, exertional heat stroke, wearable technologies, hydration, and performance in the heat
Associate Professor of Kinesiology · Michigan State University
Leps Malete is an associate professor and coordinator of global initiatives in the Department of Kinesiology.
Associate Professor and CIHR Applied Health Chair · Diabetes Canada
Dr. McGavock’s research program is focused the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes in youth