BSc Kinesiology 2015 - Queen's University
MSc Kinesiology (Physiology) 2017 - McMaster University
- Thesis: The effect of brief intermittent stair climbing exercise on glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes
Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) 2019
Beth is interested in research involving the use of wearable technology in free-living environments to capture and quantify changes in physiology and movement behaviours among individuals living with chronic or neurodegenerative disease. Beyond detection of disease-related changes, Beth is interested in leveraging wearable technology to evaluate the efficacy of treatment strategies or lifestyle interventions aimed at improving function and overall quality of life.