Affiliate Professor, Epidemiology
Chair, Nutrition & Exercise Physiology, Washington State University
EducationMS Exercise Physiology, Ball State University, 1994
BS Physical Education, East Stroudsburg University, 1992
PhD Education (Concentration in Exercise Science), University of Tennessee, 1997
Dr. Duncan's research interests include: (1) relationships among cardiovascular fitness, body fatness, and metabolic disease (e.g., metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes); (2) lifestyle interventions involving increased habitual physical activity and/or exercise training and dietary modifications in the prevention and treatment of metabolic and cardiovascular disease; and, (3) non-biological determinants of physical activity and obesity (e.g., access, income, and the physical environment).
For a list of publications, please visit Google Scholar.
In The News
New evidence links neighborhood environment to mental health
UW School of Public Health News, 03/13/2018
Green Space, Physical Activity and Mental Health
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 02/23/2015
Worksite Property Values, Nearby Built Environment Linked to More Walking
UW School of Public Health News, 12/16/2014