Amy Eyler, PhD, MS

Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Public Health, Brown School
physical activity, policy, prevention, qualitative methods

Dr. Eyler’s main research interests are physical activity, community policy and environmental interventions, and evaluation. She conducts research as part of the Prevention Research Center in St. Louis. From 2004-2014, she was the principal investigator and coordinator of the Physical Activity Policy Research Network (PAPRN), integrating the work of 16 research sites studying the nature and extent of physical activity policy in a variety of settings. She also conducts analyses on state-level policies as they relate to childhood obesity, cancer prevention, and chronic disease.