College/Department: College of Health and Human Sciences

Susan Baker

Professor and Extension specialist Baker focuses on community-based nutrition education programs for low-resource audiences.

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Laura Bellows

Bellows focuses on nutrition education, childhood obesity, health promotion and disease prevention, and physical activity.

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Barry Braun

Braun, head of the Department of Health and Exercise Science, researches the use of exercise to prevent and/or manage type-2 diabetes and the recurrence of breast cancer and the impact of activity on hormonal regulation of appetite.

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Marisa Bunning

Bunning, an Extension specialist in food safety, specializes in food safety communication; post-harvest produce safety and quality; food processing; and consumer food handling behavior.

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Leslie Cunningham-Sabo

Cunningham-Sabo focuses on designing, implementing and evaluating nutrition and physical activity programs for children and adults in Hispanic and American Indian communities.

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Patricia Davies

Davies, director of the Brainwaves Research Laboratory at CSU, focuses on understanding the development of neurophysiological mechanisms that underlie cognitive and motor behaviors in children with and without disorders.

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Manfred Diehl

University Distinguished Professor Diehl addresses how successful and healthy adult development and aging can be promoted by changing people’s negative views of aging, and by educating them about healthy lifestyle changes.

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Frank Dinenno

Dinenno, director of the Human Cardiovascular Physiology Lab, researches the effects of aging and lifestyle factors on overall cardiovascular structure and function, and how these effects relate to human health and disease.

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Brian Dunbar

Brian Dunbar is the executive director for the Institute for the Built Environment; his research focuses on green and sustainable building.

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Debbie Fidler

Fidler researches development in children with neurogenetic disorders such as Down syndrome and Williams syndrome.

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