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Physical Activity

iTONE will study the impact of a 4-month home exercise program on physical activity levels, skeletal muscle mass and strength, functional health status, and quality of life in children and teenagers with pulmonary hypertension.

Published on
May 13, 2022
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The Mitchell Lab uses epidemiological methods to investigate determinants of energetic behavior.

The overarching goal of my research is to help prevent chronic diseases in later life, by focusing on energetic behaviors (sleep, diet, and physical activity) and their impact on body composition during growth and development.

E-mail:
mitchellj2 [at] chop.edu