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Education Program Specialist 1
Summary Statement

Wynter assists with development and delivery of ONE PATH intervention materials; plans and coordinates with Head Start teachers to improve caregiver feeding practices and child regulation.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Human Research Technologist 2
Summary Statement

Kasey assists with collecting and managing data for CCOR's ONE PATH study.  Prior to joining CCOR, Kasey completed many clinical hours in a hospital setting and worked as an Administrative Assistant for the Department of Biology. 

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Postdoctoral Scholar
Summary Statement

Joining the CCOR team has allowed Erika to build on her previous research to examine parents’ contributions to children’s appetite regulation, obesity, and other health-related outcomes.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Education Program Specialist 3
Summary Statement

Lindsey oversees the implementation of CCOR’s outreach programs and research projects for low-income families under our annual PA SNAP Education funding. 

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Assistant Research Professor
Summary Statement

Emily is a nutrition scientist interested in the interactions between diet and behavioral factors on growth and chronic disease risk in infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant women.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Research Project Manager 3
Summary Statement

 Alicia joined CCOR in October 2022. Her primary role includes managing the implementation of CCOR’s outreach programs for low-income families under our annual PA SNAP Education funding.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Education Program Specialist 1
Summary Statement

Kylee creates education materials, assists with program planning, performs data entry, study recruitment, and data collection for CCOR's ONE PATH intervention project. 

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Postdoctoral Scholar
Summary Statement

As a Postdoctoral Scholar at CCOR, Amy will primarily work on ENCIRCLE (a PCORI-funded project) to develop intervention materials and train community nutritionists to implement the intervention designed to promote healthy eating and prevent obesity in preschool-age children.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Assistant Research Professor
Summary Statement

Alaina is a cognitive neuroscientist interested in the reciprocal relationship between neurocognitive function and pediatric obesity .

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Administrative Support Coordinator 4
Summary Statement

Becky provides Research, Grant, Budget, Staff and Office administration support to the Center for Childhood Obesity Research.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Education Program Specialist 1
Summary Statement

Amber delivers SNAP-Ed approved curricula to low–income families at Head Start Child Care settings and WIC Clinic sites, interacting and coordinating with program partners in the community and staff in Huntingdon, Snyder, Union and Mifflin counties.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
Associate Professor
Director, Center for Childhood Obesity Research
Summary Statement

Behavioral (feeding practices, sleep) and individual factors that impact food intake; Responsive parenting; Clinical and community-based childhood obesity prevention interventions

Department
  • Nutritional Sciences - NUTR
Human Research Technologist 3
Summary Statement

Evie assists with the development of materials for the ONE PATH intervention, delivers intervention content to research participants, and provides technical assistance and communicative support.

Department
  • Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR