Adaptive Mechanisms Responsible for Weight Regain in Youth with Obesity and the Influence of Sex Adaptive Mechanisms Responsible for Weight Regain in Youth with Obesity and the Influence of Sex As co-investigator on this research project, I will devote 5% effort in each of the 5 years of funding. During this proposed 5-year project, I will maintain regular collaboration with Dr. Justin Ryder, principal investigator. My primary role will be to assist Dr. Ryder in the planning and final design of data collection on human subjects who will perform treadmill walking sessions for determination of their energy expenditure and walking economy. I will also assist Dr. Ryder with data analysis and interpretation, and with trouble-shooting should problems arise with data collection. I will also assist Dr. Ryder in the preparation of progress reports each year of the grant.
|Effective start/end date||1/1/22 → 12/31/22|
- HHS: National Institutes of Health (NIH): $100,728.00
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