Physical activity epidemiology, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at University of Massachusetts
Amanda Paluch is an assistant professor of Kinesiology at University of Massachusetts, focusing on advancing the measurement of physical activity. Her research focuses on developing wearable sensor technologies targeting populations at high risk or at early stages of chronic disease. Areas of interest include physical activity and fitness epidemiology, physical behavior measurement, wearables, chronic disease prevention.
Paulch completed B.S at the Ohio State University, PhD from the University of South Carolina, and post doctoral fellowship at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
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Walking 7000 steps a day is a new target to cut your risk of early death
ScienceAlert - 06-Sep-2021
New study on the middle aged finds 10,000 daily steps have no extra benefit on health than 7000 steps