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WELL Center Research Labs

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Clinical research focused on eating disorders, weight loss and healthy lifestyles

The Center for Weight, Eating and Lifestyle Science (WELL) Center is an interdisciplinary clinical research center focused on the problems of obesity, poor diet, sedentariness and disordered eating. Research in the WELL Center aims to develop, test and disseminate new behavioral and technological solutions to these problems. The WELL Center provides opportunities in eating disorder research, weight loss research and healthy lifestyle research to both graduate and undergraduate psychology students, as well as NIH-funded post-doctoral positions.

The Center is also home to the WELL Clinic, a state-of-the-art clinic offering evidence-based treatment for weight and eating disorders to members of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. The following faculty labs are based in the WELL Center: Meghan Butryn, Evan Forman, Adrienne Juarascio, and Stephanie Manasse; as well as postdoctoral fellow Paakhi Srivastava. See the links below for further information.

WELL Center Labs

Learn more about the WELL Center