Ms. DeVivo is a Master of Public Health in Physical Activity and Public Health student
in the Department of Exercise Science. She is interested in behavioral interventions
targeting physical activity, sedentary behavior and weight loss.
A Biomedical and Behavioral Interface Training Program (NIH T32) fellow, Ms. Larsen
is interested in using technology to help bridge the gap between research and practice,
as well as increasing motivation and quality of life.
Mr. Mook is a student in the Health Aspects of Physical Activity program. He is particularly
interested in the use of technology in promoting physical activity in older adults
in addition to improving their independence and quality of life.
Ms. Stansbury, a student in Health Aspects of Physical Activity, is exploring the
interactions between physical, nutritional, and psychological components of wellness
on weight management. She is particularly interested in the long-term effects of implementing
behavior modification strategies and utilizing technology for healthy lifestyle change.