Previous Ph.D. Students
Previous Masters Students
Jared completed his Ph.D. in the Spring of 2010. He is currently an epidemiologist and researcher at the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. His research interests are in health promotion and specifically the causes and consequences of obesity. He obtained his B.S. and M.S. from Brigham Young University in Exercise Science prior to coming to Iowa State. He worked as an assistant professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences at North Dakota State University prior to this position at Helen Devos Children's Hospital.
Dr. Andres Calabro
Andres completed his Ph.D. research in the Spring of 2012. His research examined the validity of the Sensewear armband monitor. He specifically coordinated a series of studies using the doubly labelled water method to evaluate validity in separate samples of children, adults and older adults. He is currently serving as the Director of Sports and Recreation for the Municipality of Puerto Madryn in Chubut Argentina
Dr. Jungmin Lee
Jungmin completed his Ph.D. in the Spring of 2014. He worked primarily on evaluating consumer-based activity monitors. His dissertation research examined the validity of different consumer monitors as well as the potential of using accelerometer modules in standard cell phones. He is currently working at the University of Nebraska - Omaha.
Youngwon completed his Ph.D in the Spring of 2015. He worked primarily on the PAMS research project as well as the ongoing research on physical activity monitors (especially the Sensewear armband monitor). He is currently working as a post-doc at Cambridge University in the UK. Click here for his bio page.
Kim completed the MS/BS program in Diet and Exercise in Spring of 2015. She worked on research related to the Family Nutrition and Physical Activity (FNPA) Tool and specifically examined associations between the Youth Activity Profile and the FNPA for my thesis research.
I am a M.S. student with broad interests in physical activity assessment and promotion. My work has been built primarily on the ExerCYse program