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«CURRICULUM VITAE Eduardo Esteban Bustamante, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition University of Illinois at Chicago 1919 ...»

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Eduardo Esteban Bustamante, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition

University of Illinois at Chicago

1919 W. Taylor Street, Room 626, MC 517

Chicago, Illinois 60612

Phone: 312-413-7270

Fax: 312-413-0319

Email: ebusta2@uic.edu

A. Research Interests:

● Physical activity as a tool and space for mental health promotion, prevention, and treatment among children and families in communities of concentrated poverty ● Physical activity intervention background with extensive service and research experience in urban Latino and African-American communities

B. Education and Training:

Bachelor of Science 2006 University of Massachusetts, Amherst (UMass) Major: Kinesiology Commonwealth College, Cum Laude Doctor of Philosophy 2013 University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Major: Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Rehabilitation Science Emphasis: Exercise and Health Psychology Dissertation: Physical Activity Intervention for ADHD and DBD Advisor: Dr. David X. Marquez Dissertation Committee: Drs. David X. Marquez, Stacy L. Frazier, Louis F. Fogg, Donald R.

Hellison, Marc S. Atkins, and Catherine L. Davis Postdoctoral Research Fellow 2013-2015 Georgia Prevention Institute, Medical College of Georgia, Georgia Regents University Advisor: Dr. Catherine L. Davis

C. Grants:

C1. Current Funding “Leaders @ Play for Chicago’s Youth: Professional Development toward Youth Employment,” University of Illinois at Chicago, Institute for Juvenile Research (IJR), Charles Marks Charitable

Trust (PIs: Drs. Marc S. Atkins and Stacy L. Frazier). 7/1/2015 – 12/31/2016. Total Costs:

$263,365. Role: Co-Investigator.

October, 2015 C2. Past Funding “Play Rx Jr.: Exercise as Medicine for ADHD,” Georgia Regents University External Success Award (EWA) (PI: Dr. Catherine L. Davis). 12/16/2014 – 7/31/2015. Total Costs: $20,000.

Role: Postdoctoral Research Fellow.

“Strong & Ready: Harnessing Quality Rated to Improve Child Health and School Readiness,” Georgia Regents University (GRU) Institute for Public & Preventive Health (IPPH) Healthy Augusta Community-Academic Partnership (PIs: Drs. Catherine L. Davis and Nancy Webb).

7/1/2014 – 6/30/2015. Total Costs: $25,000. Impact/Priority Score: 15. Role: Co-Investigator.

“Exercise & Overweight Children’s Cognition,” National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) (R01 HL087923, PIs: Drs. Catherine L. Davis, Phillip D.

Tomporowski, and Jennifer E. McDowell). 9/5/2008-7/31/2015. Total Costs: $5,237,177.

Role: Postdoctoral Research Fellow.

“Physical Activity Intervention for ADHD and DBD,” National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Dissertation Grant to Increase Diversity (R36MH093152). 8/1/2011 – 7/31/2013. Total Costs: $78,093. Impact/Priority Score: 10 (resubmission). Role: Principal Investigator.

C3. Submitted – Not Funded “Play Rx: Efficacy of Exercise as Medicine for ADHD,” Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Research Project Grant (Parent R01, PA-13-302). Total Costs: $3,398,732. Resubmitted December, 2015 (PI: Dr. Catherine L.

Davis). Role: Co-Investigator.

“Physical Activity and Children’s Mental Health,” Pediatric Research Loan Repayment Program, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).

Total Costs: $37,000. Submitted March, 2014. Impact/Priority Score: 30 (initial submission).

Role: Principal Investigator.

D. Awards & Honors:

National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Graduate Fellow in Randomized Behavioral Clinical Trials 2015

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University of Massachusetts, Amherst National Science Foundation Northeast Alliance Predoctoral Fellowship 2006-2007 Exercise Physiology Laboratory Outstanding Undergraduate Research Assistant 2006 Leadership Award, Bilingual Collegiate Program (BCP) 2005 UMass Student Government Association (SGA), President 2004-2005 UMass Student Government Association (SGA), Commuter Senator 2002-2004 AHORA (Latino Registered Student Organization), Vice President 2002-2003

E. Community & Professional Service:

Ad-Hoc Reviewer Mental Health and Physical Activity (MENPA) Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health (JOIH) Health Education & Behavior Childhood Obesity (mentored reviewer) American Journal of Preventive Medicine (mentored reviewer) Pediatrics (mentored reviewer) Mind, Brain and Education (MBE) Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE) Journal of Latina/o Psychology (mentored reviewer)

PLOS ONE

Medical College of Georgia (MCG) MCG Childcare Center, Executive Board 2014-2015 University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Applied Health Sciences Diversity Committee, Student Rep. 2012-2013 Search Committee, Visiting Research Specialist 2012 Graduate Student Council (GSC), Departmental Representative 2009-2012 College of Applied Health Sciences Diversity Strategic Planning Steering 2011-2012 Committee, Student Representative American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Leadership and Diversity Training Program, Director 2015-Present Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity Action, Chair 2015-Present Exercise is Medicine: Underserved Populations Subcommittee, Member 2014-Present Strategic Health Initiative on Health Equity Committee, Member 2014-Present Minority Health & Research Special Interest Group (SIG), Member 2009-Present Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity Action, Student Representative 2010-2014

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G. Research Experience:

G1. Principal Investigator only Physical Activity Intervention for ADHD and DBD (R36MH093152, PI: Eduardo E.

Bustamante; Primary Sponsor: Dr. Stacy L. Frazier, Co-Sponsor: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2011-2013 ● Designed and conducted a pilot randomized-controlled trial investigating the impact of a 10week after-school physical activity intervention on the cognitive, behavioral, and academic functioning of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Disruptive Behavior Disorders (DBD) residing in urban poor community.

Learned Industriousness in the Physical Activity Domain (UIC Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition Funding, PI: Eduardo E. Bustamante) ● 2008-2010 ● Designed and conducted a lab-based experiment which enrolled 80 undergraduate students.

The study tested the hypothesis that physical activity can instill generalized industriousness through the pairing of the sensation of physical effort with reinforcers.

G2. Co-Investigator Leaders @ Play for Chicago’s Youth: Professional Development toward Youth Employment (Charles Marks Charitable Trust, UIC Institute for Juvenile Research, PI: Marc S. Atkins) ● 2015-Present ● Assist with study design and rationale, park and participant recruitment, staff training and program implementation.

October, 2015

Play Rx Jr.: Exercise as Medicine for ADHD (Extramural Success Award, PI: Catherine L.

Davis, GRU, Medical College of Georgia and Georgia Prevention Institute) ● 2015-Present ● Assist with study design and rationale, school and participant recruitment, staff training and management, and intervention delivery for a pilot study comparing a 4-week physical activity program to a waitlist control program.

Exercise and Overweight Children’s Cognition (R01HL87923, PI: Catherine L. Davis; GRU, Medical College of Georgia and Georgia Prevention Center) ● 2013-Present ● Assist with data analysis and presentation of results from a clinical trial of an 8-month exercise vs. attention control after school program on cognition and brain function of overweight/obese children.

Strong & Ready: Harnessing Quality Rated to Improve Child Health and School Readiness (Institute for Public & Preventive Health (IPPH) Healthy Augusta Community-Academic Partnership, PIs: Drs. Catherine L. Davis and Nancy Webb; GRU, Medical College of Georgia and Georgia Prevention Center) ● 2014-Present ● Assist with study design and rationale, site recruitment, data collection, and community advisory board activities, as well as, data analysis and interpretation for a study using a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach to create evidence-based policy interventions to improve physical activity, diet, and school readiness in Georgia Bright from the Start Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) child care centers.

G3. Graduate Research Assistant Bypassing Alzheimer’s: Improving Latinos’ Activity and Cognition (BAILA-C) (Alzheimer’s Association: New Investigator Research Grant to Increase Diversity, PI: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2011-2013 ● Assisted with participant recruitment and collection of physical, cognitive, and psychological measures for a 4-month randomized-controlled trial testing the impact of the revised BAILAMOS© program on quality-of-life, lifestyle physical activity, and physical and cognitive function of older Latino adults.

Boosting Activity in Latino Elderly (BAILE) (Midwest Roybal Center for Health Promotion and Translation Research Grant, PI: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2011-2012 ● Assisted with participant recruitment and collection of physical activity, cardiovascular health, and neurocognitive measures for a pilot single group trial to test the feasibility and impact of the revised 4-month BAILAMOS© program on cardiovascular health in sedentary older Latinos who are overweight/obese.

Leaders @ Play (Charles E. Marks Jr. Charitable Trust Research Grant, PI: Dr. Stacy L. Frazier) ● 2011-2012 ● Assisted with program design for a pilot Chicago Park District (CPD) after-school program for adolescents. The program paired a mental health professional (Social Worker) with a CPD

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Recreational Leader to explicitly teach problem solving, emotional regulation, and effective communication through recreation. Adolescents completing the program were eligible to work as CPD Junior Counselors the following summer.

Project NAFASI (Nurturing All Families through After School Improvement) (R01MH081049, PI: Dr. Stacy L. Frazier) ● 2009-2012 ● Assisted with site and participant recruitment, data collection and coordination, after-school observations, data analysis, data entry, and manuscript writing for a cross-sectional study aimed at developing a service model to support Chicago Park District after-school staff in meeting the mental health needs of participating youth.

Project WEL (Walking & Environment in older Latinos) (Midwest Roybal Center for Health Promotion and Translation Research Grant, PI: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2010-2011 ● Assisted with implementation, analysis, and abstract/manuscript preparation of focus groups, key informant interviews, and a quantitative environmental audit of community and street-scale factors associated with physical activity among older Latino adults with mobility limitations living in the South Chicago community.

Balance & Activity In Latinos: Addressing Mobility in Older adultS (BAILAMOS) (Departmental funding, PI: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2010 ● Assisted with recruitment, implementation, and abstract/manuscript preparation for a single group pilot examining the feasibility and impact of the BAILAMOS Latin dance intervention for older Latino adults living in South Chicago.

Cognition and Physical Activity among Community Elderly Study (CAPACES) (Rush University Medical Center Pilot Projects, PI: Dr. JoEllen Wilbur, Rush University College of Nursing; Co-I: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2008-2010 ● Assisted with site and participant recruitment, screening, data collection, data entry, data analysis, and manuscript writing for a cross-sectional study examining the associations between objectively and subjectively-measured physical activity and health in older Latino adults.

Links to Learning (R01MH073749, PI: Dr. Marc S. Atkins, UIC Department of Psychiatry, IJR;

Co-I: Dr. Stacy L. Frazier) ● 2008- 2009 ● Assisted with recruitment, data collection, and classroom observations for a cluster randomized-controlled trial aimed at developing a service model linking primary school classrooms with mental health providers in order to support school teachers and staff in meeting the mental health needs of children living in urban poor communities.

October, 2015

Development of Intervention Strategies to Reduce Risk of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus among Latina Women (National Institute of Health [NIH] Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research, PI: Dr. David X. Marquez; Parent Grant & PI: “Epidemiology of Stress and GDM among Latina Women” [R01DK64902-01], Dr. Lisa Chasan-Taber, UMass, Amherst, School of Public Health) ● 2006-2007 ● Assisted with recruitment, implementation, analysis, and manuscript preparation for a series of focus groups assessing barriers and facilitators to physical activity among sedentary pregnant Latina women at risk for gestational diabetes mellitus.

ABC Study: Activity, Barriers, and Correlates of Dementia in Caregivers and Non-caregivers (Healy Faculty Research Grant, UMass, Amherst, PI: Dr. David X. Marquez) ● 2006 ● Assisted with subject recruitment and screening, data collection, and data entry for a crosssectional study to identify the barriers and facilitators to physical activity perceived by caregivers.

G4. Undergraduate Research Assistant Validity of the Omron HJ-112 pedometer during treadmill walking (Funding from Omron, Inc., PI: Dr. Patty S. Freedson, UMass, Amherst, Department of Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology Laboratory) ● 2005 ● Assisted in subject recruitment, preparation of equipment, and data collection for a study to design a more accurate energy expenditure prediction equation for OMRON pedometers.

Effects of Glucosamine Supplementation on Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage and Adaptation (PI: Dr. Priscilla M. Clarkson, UMass, Amherst, Department of Kinesiology, Muscle Biology and Imaging Laboratory) ● 2005 ● Assisted in subject recruitment and data collection for a randomized controlled trial examining the effects of glucosamine supplementation on muscle soreness.

H. Teaching Experience:



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