Editor - Stephen J. Carter | University of Alabama | 20872
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Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Stephen J. Carter

Stephen J. Carter
Dr. Stephen J. Carter
Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Nutrition Sciences and Nutrition Obesity Research Center
University of Alabama
Birmingham, AL
University of Alabama


 Dr. Stephen J. Carter working as Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Nutrition Sciences and Nutrition Obesity Research Center at University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA. Dr Stephen J. Carter is an author of over 20 papers like Obesity; Nutrition Sciences and Stephen J. Carter published more than 10 abstracts
•The University of Alabama - Ph.D., Human Performance, 2014
•Central Washington University - M.S., Exercise Science, 2010
•Willamette University - B.A., Exercise Science, 2006

Research Interest

Vascular health and autonomic function across the spectrum of breast cancer diagnosis and survivorship
•Therapeutic potential of exercise training in simulated-altitude (i.e., hypoxia) for clinical populations
•Health disparities among African American and European American women