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Arnold School of Public Health

  • Dr. Christine Pellegrini and two graduate students

Technology and Behavioral Intervention Lab

Our lab’s goal is to develop effective technology-supported behavioral programs to help adults increase physical activity, decrease sedentary time, improve diet, and lose weight.

Study Volunteers

Adults ≥ 40 years with a smartphone who currently have or had knee pain, knee injury, or knee surgery are invited to participate in a program to help you sit less. If interested, please visit the NEAT!2 study or email kdevivo@email.sc.edu for more information. 

 


Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.

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