Physical Activity in Health Promotion Lab
MissionThe Physical Activity in Health Promotion (PAHP) Lab is dedicated to exploring innovative ways to encourage movement and working with the community to advance science to help individuals of all ages to become more physically active.
Ensuring all people have the ability to pursue a healthy lifestyle.
About the LabThe PAHP Lab has an active research agenda across various stages of the translational science spectrum. We are passionate about mentoring students and collaborating with community partners as well as colleagues from other institutions. To learn more about the ongoing research in our lab please see additional information about the lab’s lead faculty members below. For updates on our recent projects, please follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, and/or Twitter @PAHPLabUnomaha
Dr. Danae Dinkel; Twitter handle: @DrDanaeDinkel
Dr. Danae Dinkel’s research explores a variety of factors that influence physical activity as well as how to create environments conducive for encouraging healthy behaviors starting from birth. She mentors students at all levels (undergraduate, graduate, doctoral) and supports their active involvement in research in all phases from conception to publication of results for the research and local community. For additional details of her research, please check out her website or view her selected research works. If you are interested in getting involved in her research please contact Dr. Dinkel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-554-3529.
Dr. John Noble
Dr. John Noble’s research focuses on exercise psychology and exercise motivation, fitness promotion through environmental change, exercise related behavioral change, and observational learning of motor skills. If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Noble’s research please contact him at email@example.com.
Dr. Michaela Schenkelberg
Dr. Michaela Schenkelberg’s research examines whole-of-community system drivers of population health/surveillance as well as disability and health. For more information on her research, please see a collection of her publications here or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.