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Dr. Faro is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Informatics and Implementation Science in the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences. She is trained as a behavioral and implementation science researcher, with an emphasis on physical activity, diet and smoking cessation. Her doctoral work focused on using mHealth approaches to increase physical activity and weight management interventions in at-risk populations. Her T32 NCI-funded fellowship focused on increasing physical activity in cancer survivors through working with the clinical system to partner with local community-based programs. Her current NHLBI-funded K01 incorporates patient decision aids and clinic electronic referral systems to increase cancer survivors participation in physical activity programs of their choice, including digital health, community-based and virtual programs. 

Dr. Faro has completed a wealth of training in Implementation Science, inclusing participation in the Washington University Implementation Science Scholars (IS-2) program. She co-developed an taught "Introduction to Dissemination and Implementation Science in Healthcare and Community Settings." She has also done extensive work in partnership with the UMass Cancer Center, in addition to serving on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Cancer Coalition Leadership Board and serving as co-chair of their Survivorship Health Equity Task Committee. 

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Academic Article Physical Activity and Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Clustering in Young Adults with Obesity.
Academic Article A longitudinal implementation evaluation of a physical activity program for cancer survivors: LIVESTRONG? at the YMCA.
Academic Article Physical Activity, Mental Health, and Technology Preferences to Support Cancer Survivors During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-sectional Study.
Academic Article Experiences and perceptions of referrals to a community-based physical activity program for cancer survivors: a qualitative exploration.
Academic Article Still striding toward social justice? Redirecting physical activity research in a post-COVID-19 world.
Academic Article Body Image Quality of Life Related to Light Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior among Young Adults with Overweight/Obesity.
Academic Article Motivational interviewing interventions aiming to improve health behaviors among cancer survivors: a systematic scoping review.
Grant ActivityChoice: A clinic-delivered implementation program to increase physical activity and decrease cardiovascular disease risk amongst cancer survivors
Academic Article Physical Activity, Stress, and Physically Active Stress Management Behaviors Among University Students With Overweight/Obesity.
Academic Article Development and pilot testing of a clinic implementation program delivering physical activity electronic referrals to cancer survivors.
Academic Article How Societal Forces of Change Are Transforming Youth Physical Activity Promotion in North America.
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