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wisconsin physical activity epidemiology lab

Connecting the dots between physical activity, sedentary behavior, and chronic disease risk

  1. Lisa Cadmus-Bertram, Director
    Lisa Cadmus-Bertram, Director
  2. Tanya Robins, Chicago
    Tanya Robins, Chicago
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  3. Lisa Barnes, San Diego
    Lisa Barnes, San Diego
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  4. Tim Wong, Boston
    Tim Wong, Boston
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Lisa is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at the Unviversity of Wisconsin - Madison and a member of the Cancer Prevention and Control program at the UW Carbone Cancer Center.
She holds a joint Ph.D. in Epidemiology and Psychology from Yale University and has over
12 years of research experience in energetics and cancer. Areas of special interest include physical activity and sedentary behavior, mobile technologies to promote health, rural health, and the integration of health behavior promotion with clinical care. 


  1. Current Projects
    Here's what we're working on now! (Includes both primary data collection and analysis of existing datasets)
  2. People
    Meet our current lab members. (Our CVs are also available here.)
  3. Research Overview
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  4. Papers
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  1. Contact
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  2. Links
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  3. News
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  4. Prospective Students
    Information for prospective graduate students and for undergraduates seeking research experience.
We Americans always find the will to change when change is needed. I believe we can team up to create a new physical activity movement in this country. In doing so, we will save precious resources, precious futures, and precious lives. The time for action - and activity - is now.
 
~ Donna E. Shalala, 1999
(Surgeon General's Report on Physical Activity and Health)