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Nicole Spartano

Research Assistant Professor at Boston University School of Medicine.

Nicole Spartano, PhD is a Research Assistant Professor of Medicine in Endocrinology, Diabetes, Nutrition and Weight Management at the Boston University School of Medicine and Co-Director of the Physical Activity Station at the Framingham Heart Study, overseeing data collection using accelerometers (fitness trackers). She has received funding from the American Heart Association to complete work to understand the impact of physical activity throughout the lifecourse on brain health and the risk for dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Her recent article "Midlife exercise blood pressure, heart rate, and fitness relate to brain volume 2 decades later" was picked up by popular news sites like CNN, TIME, Newsweek, BBC, and Runnersworld for its implication that regular exercise can retain brain health later in life. Dr. Spartano also teaches courses for the Boston University Graduate Medical Sciences program and School of Public Health.

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See also: Academia Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) - School for Medicine

Nicole Spartano News

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

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Being unfit at 40 accelerates brain ageing

BBC - 11-Feb-2016

Heart health can affect brain health in later life. Study of 1,583 people showed that those who ...

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