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Obesity & the Built Environment

Institution Project Title PI (Last Name, First Name)
Columbia University of Health Sciences Obesity, Physical Activity & Built Space in New York City Rundle, Andrew
Dartmouth College Environmental and Family Influences on Adolescent Overweight Dalton, Madeline
Georgia Institute of Technology Walking on Campus: Correlates & Web Tools Zimring, Craig
North Carolina State University Measuring Physical Activity Affordances in Preschool Outdoor Environments Moore, Robin
Oregon Research Institute Environmental Predictors of Elderly Obesity Li, Fuzhong
Pennsylvania State University - University Park Neighborhood Food Environment, Diet & Health:  Quasi-Experimental Study Matthews, Stephen
RAND Corporation Impact of Light Rail on Physical Activity & BMI MacDonald, John
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester Obesity & Neighborhood Characteristics Li, Wenjun
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Healthy Environments Partnership:  Lean & Green in Motown Schultz, Amy
University of Texas - El Paso Physical Activity, Nutrition & Built Environment in a Bi-National Border Setting King, George
University of Washington Child Weight Status, Physical Activity, & Nutrition Saelens, Brian
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University of Illinois at Chicago Health Empowerment Zones for People with Disabilities Rimmer, James
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Diet, Activity, Obesity & the Built Environment Dynamics Popkin, Barry
University of South Carolina at Columbia Defining the Built Environment Colabianchi, Natalie Department of Health & Human Services National Institutes of Health
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