Loneke Blackman Carr, PhD

Assistant Professor (PI)

Department of Nutritional Sciences / Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity

Research Interests

My weight control research focuses on reducing disparities in obesity prevalence, and obesity prevention and treatment intervention outcomes in black women. As an InCHIP Affiliate, I will develop research using qualitative, quantitative and intervention methods to understand why black women experience subpar outcomes in weight control interventions. Prior to UConn, I conducted a comparative effectiveness study using a randomized control design to test how the standard behavioral weight loss treatment approach may be enhanced to produce better outcomes in black women.


PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017

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