Director- Barbara Stetson, PhD
The Health Behavior Change Research Lab's mission is to conduct clinical research to change behavior and environments shared by communities, the health care system and individuals to reduce risks and promote optimal health. Approaches span primary, secondary and tertiary prevention to reduce disease burden through preventing chronic illness in those at-risk and improving quality of life for those already living with disease. An emphasis is on diabetes prevention and risk reduction and related behavioral, psychosocial and community issues.
The Health Behavior Change Research Lab is located in Room 437 in Lutz Hall on the Belknap Campus