Shape Up! Studies is mentioned in a recent Clinical Advisor article: 3-D Scans May Predict Metabolic Syndrome in Adults and Activity Levels in Children by Jeanelle Jacobs. The article discusses… Read More »3-D Scans May Predict Metabolic Syndrome in Adults and Activity Levels in Children
Interns from the CREATE Program recently gave poster presentations on their research. They have been conducting research for the last 2 months, under the mentorship and supervision of faculty members… Read More »CREATE Program internship concludes with poster presentation
The 2020 issue of the University of Hawai‘i research magazine, Noelo, features SRL’s 3D body scanning, highlighting the Shape Up! Studies and Astro3DO Study. As with all our research, our… Read More »SRL research featured in University of Hawai‘i Research magazine, Noelo
A 3D optical scan study by Michael Wong, a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa graduate student in the University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center’s research lab of professor John Shepherd, was selected by OBESITY as one of the top five entries for research… Read More »3D scan study by UH Cancer Center student hailed for obesity findings
A 3D optical scan study by Michael Wong, a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa graduate student in the University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center’s research lab of John Shepherd, PhD, was selected by OBESITY as one of the top five entries for… Read More »Graduate student’s 3D optical scan study recognized for significant obesity findings
Obesity Week 2019 coverage by MedPage Today: LAS VEGAS — Three-dimensional optical (3DO) whole-body scanning may serve as a safe, cost-effective alternative for measuring body composition in kids, researchers said… Read More »3D Scanners: Better Approach to Kids’ Body Measurement?
When grad student Michael Wong (PhD, Nutrition Science) submitted his first paper—ever!—to the Journal of Obesity, he didn’t know what he was setting in motion. Not only was it accepted for… Read More »Nutrition student recognized for significant research into obesity
What if your next trip to the doctor’s office could better predict your risk of developing cancer, diabetes, or getting a heart attack. What if children knew those risks right now or… Read More »Participants in University of Hawaii Cancer Center study given avatars of themselves