NESI is the Network of Early Career Researchers and Students of ISBNPA, the leading voice in behavioral nutrition and physical activity science. NESI was founded in 2016 and our mission is to promote, stimulate and advocate the work and research of early career researchers and students in the area of behavioral nutrition and physical activity.

Student & ECR Spotlight – Meet Chelsea Singleton, a nutritional epidemiologist researching the structural barriers to healthy eating in underserved communities

Please tell us about your career pathway to date (positions and institutes). I am a nutritional epidemiologist. After completing my PhD in epidemiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham…

Continue Reading Student & ECR Spotlight – Meet Chelsea Singleton, a nutritional epidemiologist researching the structural barriers to healthy eating in underserved communities

Student & ECR Spotlight – Meet Jiani Ma, a PhD candidate exploring what influences the success of interventions to improve young people’s motor competence

Please tell us about your career pathway to date (positions and institutes). I completed a joint Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences from Ocean University of China and University of East…

Continue Reading Student & ECR Spotlight – Meet Jiani Ma, a PhD candidate exploring what influences the success of interventions to improve young people’s motor competence

Student & ECR Spotlight – Meet Sofie Koch, a PhD researcher aiming to understand the implementation of a national physical activity requirement, mandating public schools to implement 45 minutes of daily physical activity within curriculum.

Please tell us about your career pathway to date (positions and institutes). I am a last-year PhD candidate from the Active Living unit, Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics,…

Continue Reading Student & ECR Spotlight – Meet Sofie Koch, a PhD researcher aiming to understand the implementation of a national physical activity requirement, mandating public schools to implement 45 minutes of daily physical activity within curriculum.