Clinical Assistant Professor, Graduate Practicum Coordinator, Director of Health Risk Assessment Program
American College of Sports Medicine Certified Health Fitness Specialist (HFS), 2010-present CITI Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, 2009-present CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, American Red Cross, 2007-present
Bachelor’s of Science in Biology, Howard University; Master’s of Science in Exercise Physiology, Howard University; Doctor of Philosophy in Exercise Science, University of Georgia, Post-doctoral Fellowship in Exercise Genomics, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Gerontology, Health Disparities, Physical Activity, and Community Based Research
Exercise Physiology, Health and Quality of Life, Elementary Health and Physical Education
Moore-Harrison, T.L., Speer, E.M., Johnson, F.T., and Cress, M.E. (2008). The effects of aerobic training and nutrition education on functional performance in low socioeconomic older adults. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy. 31(1):18-23.
Moore-Harrison, T.L., Johnson, M.A., Quinn, M.E., and Cress, M.E. (2009). An evidence-based exercise program implemented in congregate-meal sites. Journal of Physical Activity and Health. 6:247-51.