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Ashima Kant
Remsen Hall , Room Room 306 E
Phone: 718-997-4156

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Graduate Advisor for Nutrition and Exercise Sciences program; Research focuses on Food and nutrition and nutritional epidemiology.


 Deputy Chair


Ya Ching Hung
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 L
Phone: 718-997-2739

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Research focuses on Biomechanics, motor learning and motor control.




Ann Azzollini
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 J
Phone: 718-997-2723

Advisor for the undergraduate Nutrition and Exercise Sciences program; Assistant Director of PATH (Physical Activity and Teenage Health) Program; Physical Education Club advisor. Areas of expertise include fitness assessment and exercise prescription with a focus on enhancing heart health, reducing obesity, and increasing lifetime physical activity.

Anoop T. Balachandran
Assistant Professor
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 C
Phone: 718-997-2729

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Graduate advisor for the Nutrition and exercise Sciences program; Research Interests: To improve physical function, body composition, and quality of life in older adults, through exercise.

Research Interests <br> <br>Curriculum and teaching.&nbsp; Structuring and implementation of competitive activities in physical education
Eve Bernstein
Associate Professor
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203D
Phone: 718-997-2716

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Research Interests: Curriculum and teaching. Structuring and implementation of competitive activities in physical education

Allison Charny
Director of Dietetic Internship
Remsen, Room 306 A
Phone: 718-997-4138

Area of expertise includes development of interns’ ability to perform practice-based research; application of the nutrition care process and medical nutrition therapy; nutritional management of diabetes.

Sung Eun Choi
Associate Professor
Remsen, Room 305 A
Phone: 718-997-4169

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Faculty Co-Advisor for Phi Upsilon Omicron Honor Society; Research areas focus on food sensory science with nutritional science. Effects of taste perception on health; food preference and food intake; dietary patterns and body weight; optimization of food formulation using sensory evaluation.

Jihee Choi
Assistant Professor
Remsen Hall , Room 306 F
Phone: 718-997-4149

Major research interests include food safety training intervention development for employees in commercial and non-commercial foodservice industry, food crisis management, and food safety for vulnerable population.

Victoria Fischer
DPD Director
Remsen Hall , Room 306B
Phone: 718-997-4475

Interested in pathophysiology of obesity and obesity-related diseases. Experienced in design and administration of ACEND-accredited programs.

Ariela Herman
Associate Professor
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 B
Phone: 718-997-2715

Physical Education Program Coordinator and Advisor; Research focuses on curriculum and teaching, action research, and movement science.

Sunitha Jasti
Assistant Professor
Remsen, Room 306 C
Phone: 718-997-4159

Advisor for Food Management Studies;My research is on the nutritional behaviors of ethnic minority and immigrant populations in the U.S. I am interested in learning about the use of nutritional tools available such as food labels in these populations. I also look at the healthfulness of diets of immigrants. I study aspects of dietary changes that occur during their stay in the U.S and if and how those changes affect their health.

Andrea Mosenson
Assistant Professor
Remsen, Room 305 B
Phone: 718-997-4161

Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Education Coordinator and Advisor for Bachelor program, Post Baccalaureate program and Master program.

Norberto Quiles
Assistant Professor
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 P
Phone: 718-997-2718

Research focuses on exercise and physical activity in people living with HIV/AIDS.

Elizabeth Riina
Assistant Professor
Remsen, Room 306 D
Phone: 718-570-0466

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Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS), AAFCS Student club advisor. Research focuses on family processes, family research methods, socio-cultural contexts for family and individual development.

Emily Ripley

Remsen Hall, Room 305B
Phone: 718-997-4475

Mihaela Robila
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 306 G
Phone: 718-997-4157

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Professor of Human Development and Family Science (HDFS); HDFS Program Director and Student Adviser.

Michael Toner
Associate Professor
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 D
Phone: 718-997-2717

Research interests: Exercise physiology; temperature regulation during exercise.

Sandi Westfal
Remsen, Room 308 A
Phone: 718-997-4164

With a background as a clinical dietitian and certified in Nutrition Support through the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, my focus is on enteral nutrition with critically ill patients.




Stephanie Delosreyes
Remsen Hall , Room 306
Phone: 718-997-4475

Ilias Georgalis
Remsen Hall , Room 301
Phone: 718-997-4165

George Giannopoulos
Remsen, Room 308
Phone: 718-997-4165

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Gregory Klimaytis
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 214
Phone: 718-997-2725

Jennifer Tang
Remsen Hall , Room 306
Phone: 718-997-4475

Alyson Tse
Fitzgerald Gym, Room 203 N
Phone: 718-997-2709


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