Jennifer Huberty, PhD
Jennifer Huberty, PhD, is an associate professor at Arizona State University in the College of Health Solutions, Exercise and Wellness program. Dr. Huberty conducts digital interventions (online, mobile phone apps) to improve mental and physical health in women (i.e., stillbirth mothers, pregnant women) and blood cancer patients and works closely with industry partners. Dr. Huberty is co-author of the book entitled, Designing Effective Physical Activity Interventions and has published 115 peer-reviewed papers. Dr. Huberty was an invited presenter at the Kripalu Institute in 2018. She is currently consulting as the Director of Science for the mobile meditation app, Calm, she is the Co-Editor for the journal of Translational Behavioral Medicine and is the founder and director of Fit Minded, an innovative physical activity adherence program for adult women (www.befitminded.com). Dr. Huberty has been funded over $4 million in grants from entities including The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and UNICEF Foundation. Dr. Huberty is a fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine and a recent fellow of the Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Cancer at NIH. Dr. Huberty was awarded the Varner Professorship for outstanding community research and service in 2007 and 2010 during her appointment at University of Nebraska Omaha and won the Alumni of the year in the Department of Kinesiology at James Madison University in April 2017. Dr. Huberty has a 200 hour yoga teacher training and is working on her 500 hour. She is highly committed to her yoga and meditation practice.