Eyler conducts research as part of the Prevention Research Center in St. Louis. She is the principal investigator and coordinator of the Physical Activity Policy Research Network, 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. Her work on these two projects as well as others inform teaching activities in Research Methods and Health Policy classes.
A team of Washington University in St. Louis researchers designed a study — and made a toolkit available to the public — to measure the effects that a deliberately designed environment can have on physical activity, the environment and collaboration.
The United States earns failing grades when it comes to the number of people walking to work and school and the number of walkable communities, finds a new national report. Amy Eyler, associate professor at the Brown School, serves on the advisory panel for the National Walking and Walkable Communities Report Card, released Sept. 14.
Exercise. Eat right. Make time to relax. Most of us know what it takes to keep our bodies healthy. But what makes a building healthy? Amy Eyler, PhD, assistant professor at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, wants to find out. Using the Brown School’s new Hillman Hall as a laboratory, Eyler […]
Victims of chronic flooding, dozens of homes in Baden neighborhood will be demolished this summer. But a team of Washington University in St. Louis researchers, together with the City of St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden and the Missouri Department of Conservation, are determined to help the community create something better in the neighborhood.