VSTC Lab Staff
Todd A. Miller is an Associate Professor in the Department of Exercise Science.Since coming to GW in 2005, Dr. Miller's primary research focus has been on the emerging role that interactive videogaming can play in increasing Americans' physical activity levels. His past funding includes a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to investigate novel gaming technologies, and how those technologies can be incorporated into school physical education programs in Washington, DC. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator, USA Level 1 weightlifting coach, Fellow of the National Strength & Conditioning Association, and leader in the field of strength and conditioning, Dr. Miller brings a tremendous amount of practical experience to his research in Exercise Science. Dr. Miller is responsible for the development of the Master of Science concentration in Strength and Conditioning at GW, and currently serves as program director. He is also the department's Director of Graduate Studies. A five-time winner of GW's Excellence in Teaching Award, Dr. Miller's teaching has been very much shaped by his curiosity and enthusiasm for new avenues of inquiry. "I try to point out the most interesting and unique areas of our field to students, in the hope that they too will discover a lifelong passion they want to pursue," he says.
Stephanie Mull, MS, RD, CSSD
The staff at the George Washington University Weight Management and Human Performance Laboratory at the Virginia Science and Technology Campus is excited to announce our partnership with Registered Dietitian Stephanie Mull.
Stephanie is a board certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) who is energetic and passionate about influencing the lives of people who want to maximize their performance in both sport and everyday life. Stephanie has worked with individuals and families in a variety of settings including hospitals and outpatient centers, where she has helped people discover how they can use food and exercise to manage health conditions. She has been utilized as a nutrition expert in the media by doing television spots and newspaper interviews on various hot topics in nutrition and diet fads. She has a passion for working with athletes of all ages, and with children, adolescents and adults who struggle to manage their weight. Stephanie graduated from James Madison University with a bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and later earned a master’s degree in Exercise, Fitness and Health Promotion from George Mason University. Stephanie is involved in various professional organizations including: The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, The Virginia Dietetic Association, The Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association, The Northern Virginia Dietetic Association, SCAN (Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition) Dietetics Practice Group, and Weight Management Dietetics Practice Group.