Renee J. Rogers’ work includes research on the health benefits of physical activity, healthy lifestyle behavior engagement and intervention design, and obesity prevention and treatment, with an emphasis on research into practice. Dr. Rogers is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine.
She is the Programming Director at the Pitt Healthy Lifestyle Institute and also directs the Moving Health with Media Core. She is a co-investigator on the MoTrPAC (Molecular Tranducers of Physical Activity Consortium) discovering the health impacts of exercise along with several other studies investigating the role of physical activity and weight management strategies on health outcomes. She is a key contributor to the design of several clinical trial interventions, many of which involve technology and media to assist with dissemination. She brings this evidenced-based work forward into practice with the programming that she directs for the University of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Community. Find her forward facing programming on all things @BeFitPitt.