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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.

 

Katherine Devivo

Congratulations Katherine DeVivo

Katherine graduated in May 2020 with a Masters in Public Health in Physical Activity and Public Health and received the Outstanding MPH Student Achievement Award.  Katherine will be continuing her studies in the Exercise Science Doctoral Program in Fall 2020. Congratulations Katherine!!

Courtnee Harpine

Congratulations Courtnee Harpine

Courtnee graduated in May 2020 with a degree in Exercise Science.  She received the Outstanding Exercise Science Student Award from the Department of Exercise Science.  Additionally, she received the Outstanding Senior Award and the President's Award.  Congratulations Courtnee!!

 

Currently Recruiting Participants

Do you Meet Eligibility Criteria? 

  • 40-79 years old
  • Scheduled a  knee replacement 
  • Have an iPhone or Android smartphone that is near you a majority of the day
  • Be willing to download the study smartphone app
  • Spend at least 7 hours/day sitting

If interested, please visit the Technology Interventions to Improve Outcomes After Knee Replacement Website or email charpine@email.sc.edu for more information. 


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