The Physical Activity and Health Promotion Lab is fueled and managed over time by a cadre of graduate students that work collaboratively on a number of different projects.
Click here to see listing of previous graduate students working through the lab
Ph.D. Students / Post Doctoral Researchers
Pedro F. Saint Maurice, Ph.D.
I am a post-doctoral researcher conducting work on youth activity and youth fitness. I coordinate research on the Youth Activity Profile through the Youth Physical Activity Measurement Study. I also work on various FITNESSGRAM Research Projects (NFL PLAY 60 project, Hungary Fitness Project). Click here for my bio page.
I am a doctoral student studying pediatric obesity. My work has focused on the FNPA tool. Click here for my bio page.
I am a doctoral student working on applied behavior change studies such as the Health Coach Study and the Fit Bit Study. Click here for my bio page.
I am a Ph.D. student that works primarily on FITNESSGRAM related research - specifically the NFL PLAY 60 FITNESSGRAM Partnership project, Texas FITNESSGRAM project and the Iowa FITNESSGRAM Initiative. I also work on consumer activity monitors validation and application. Click here for my bio page.
Greetings! I am studying how school wellness environments impact student physical activity behaviors. My work focuses on developing a School Wellness Environment Profile tool guided by the Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programming (CSPAP) National Framework. Click here for my bio page.
Michael Pereira da Silva
I am a visiting Ph.D. student from Brazil working on the Youth Physical Activity Measurement (YPAMS) study as well as other accelerometry-based studies in the lab. Click here for my bio page.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
I am a Junior in psychology and I work in the lab as an Undergraduate Research Assistant. I am mainly involved with the Youth Physical Activity Measurement Study.