HALO PhD student Silvia Gonzalez recently presented at the Walk 21 Conference in Bogota, Colombia, October 15-19. The research presented in this walkability conference involved other members of HALO (Dr. Mark Tremblay and Dr. Richard Larouche). Results from the ISCOLE study and studies on Open Streets were presented as part of the walkable cities and equity topics of the conference.

Citation details are below:

  • Olga L. Sarmiento, Silvia A. Gonzalez, Pablo D. Lemoine, Richard Larouche, Jose D. Meisel, Mark Tremblay, Anna Broberg, Stephanie Broyles, Kara Dentro Denstel, Mikael Fogelholm, Vincent Onywera, Gustavo Holguin, Melisa Naranjo, Estelle V. Lambert, Monika Uys, Gang Hu, Carol Maher, Timothy Olds,  Jose Maia, Victor Matsudo, Martyn Standage, Tiago Barreira, Jean-Philippe Chaput, Rebecca Kuriyan, Anura Kurpad, Catherine Tudor-Locke, Pei Zhao, Timothy S. Church, Peter Katzmarzyk. Walking or biking to school in low- middle- and high-income cities: lower adiposity indicators in the context of a need vs. choice framework.
  • Silvia A. Gonzalez, Susan Zieff, Elaine Musselman, Nicolas Aguilar, Camilo A. Triana, Aaron Hipp, Abby C. King, Lisa Goldman, Johnattan García, Diana R. Higuera, Cristina Mejia, Melisa Naranjo, Everaldo Lamprea, Olga L. Sarmiento. Nuestra Voz en la Ciclovía: A Citizen Science Approach to the study of Open Streets in Bogota.