Brooke Bell is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Health Behavior Research Ph.D. program at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. She graduated with a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Southern California in 2016. Brooke currently works on research that utilizes mobile health technologies and sensors to understand how social processes and systems affect obesity-related health behaviors in children and families.
B.A. in Mathematics, 2016
University of Southern California
The slides provide resources on how to minimize COVID-19 transmission during protests. Strategies for before, during, and after protests are included.
M2FED proposes an integrated system of in-home beacons, wireless and wearable sensors, and smartphones that provide ongoing, synchronized real-time data on in-home eating behaviors and theory-based process variables. This rich data will be aggregated to generate real-time contextual FED models using systems networks models. Key activities that precede target behaviors will be identified in order to develop and optimize future just-in-time, adaptive interventions.