Morgan Clennin, a recent PhD graduate of the Department of Exercise Science in the Arnold School of Public Health is currently pursuing a postdoctoral research fellowship with Kaiser Permanente in Colorado. In her current position, she has been awarded three grants to study environmental health disparities. Her projects observe the relationship between neighborhood environments, health behaviors and risk disease factors along with changing social and economic factors that result from unequal distribution of power and resources. The grant specifically focuses on unequal education, employment, social support, community safety, housing, transportation and environmental conditions. Dr. Clennin’s PhD dissertation examined the relationship between socioeconomic factors and physical activity and fitness in youth. She continues to serve as a research consultant for the Children’s Physical Activity Research Group.
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- Morgan Clennin, PhD pursues research fellowship with Kaiser Permanente