Brittany N. Bozzini, CSCS

PhD Student, IFNH Center for Health and Human Performance, Rutgers University

Brittany Bozzini, CSCS, is a third year PhD student in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at Rutgers University. Previously, Brittany earned her B.S. in Exercise Science from Rutgers, graduating magna cum laude and as a member of the SAS Honors Program. As an undergraduate, Brittany played all four years on the Rutgers Women’s Volleyball Team on a full-athletic scholarship. Following Rutgers, Brittany worked at IMG Academy, where she provided sports-specific biomechanical testing on youth and elite athletes. Currently, Brittany works at the Center of Health and Human Performance under the direction of Shawn Arent. Her background in athletics has shaped her research interests to include utilizing various methods of athlete monitoring to optimize performance and reduce injury risk. In addition, she has studied the effects of supplementation in various populations as well as implemented a multi-faceted lifestyle and fitness intervention in adolescent cancer survivors during her work as a doctoral student.