Kelly M. Naugle, PhD
Department of Kinesiology
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Indianapolis, IN

About Kelly M. Naugle, PhD

Kelly M. Naugle, PhD, is the director of the Pain and Physical Activity Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology, Center for Physical Activity in Wellness and Prevention, School of Physical Education and Tourism Management at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. She joined the faculty in 2014 after completing a post-doctoral fellowship with the Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence at the University of Florida. She received her PhD in 2010 from the University of Florida in health and human performance with a concentration in biobehavioral science. She completed a one-year research scientist position at the Institute on Aging at University of Florida. Dr Naugle also has a Master’s degree in Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Science from Ball State University, and a Master’s and Bachelor degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Dr. Naugle’s research interests include understanding age-related deleterious changes in pain processing, in particular her work focuses on the impact of physical activity behavior and exercise as a therapeutic and preventative strategy for pain related conditions.

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