Mary Crisafio is an Exercise Physiologist and Study Coordinator who joined the BACH Lab in September 2016. She has experience in clinical, corporate and research fields of exercise testing, interventions, and exercise program implementation. She is a certified personal trainer through ACSM with experience training individuals who are athletes, the geriatric population, persons with chronic diseases, injury rehabilitation patients and individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities. When she is not in the lab or the gym she enjoys traveling, checking out the local music scene, golfing and spending time with family and friends.
Education & Training
- Baldwin Wallace University, BA Exercise Science
- University of Pittsburgh, MS Wellness and Human Performance
- American College of Sports Medicine, Certified Personal Trainer
Gentry, A, Grove, G, Crisafio, M, Donahue, P, Watt, J, Erickson, KI, Bender, C. (2018). Protocol for exercise program in cancer and cognition (EPICC): a randomized controlled trial of the effects of aerobic exercise on cognitive function in postmenopausal women with breast cancer receiving aromatase inhibitor therapy. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 67: 109-115
Exercise Physiology, Physical Activity and Cognitive Health, Exercise Testing and Perscription, Sports Performance and Nutrition, Lifestyle and Disease Prevention