Siobhan M Phillips, PhD

Siobhan M Phillips, PhD

Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine (Behavioral Medicine)

Contact

312/908-7914

680 N Lake Shore Drive, Suite 1400
Chicago IL 60611

smphillips( at )northwestern.edu

Education and Certification

PhD: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Kinesiology (2011)
MPH: Harvard University, Public Health (2012)

Interests

Description of Interests

Research interests include: understanding the biopsychosocial mechanisms underlying the relationship between physical activity and health and disease outcomes in cancer survivors; identifying the det... read more
Research interests include: understanding the biopsychosocial mechanisms underlying the relationship between physical activity and health and disease outcomes in cancer survivors; identifying the determinants of physical activity behavior change and maintenance; the intersection of cancer, aging, and multiple chronic conditions; the role of physical activity in the primary and secondary prevention of cancer; and the translation of research in these areas to practice using technology and innovative study designs and methods.

Interests (Keywords)

Aging; Behavioral Medicine; Cancer Survivorship; Clinical Trial Methodology; Physical activity; Preventive Medicine; Psychology; Public Health

Research and Publications

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