Q. Shaibi, PhD
Associate Professor and Southwest Borderlands Scholar
Dr. Shaibi's public web site
PhD - University of Southern California, 2006
Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy
BA - Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA,
J, Goran M, Toledo-Coral C, Weigensberg, Choi M,
GQ. One Hour Glucose during an Oral Glucose
Challenge Prospectively Predicts β-cell Deterioration and
Prediabetes in Youth. Diabetes Care. 2013 Jun;36(6):1681-6.
J, Vega-Lopez S, Ortega R, Konopken Y,
Lifestyle intervention improves lipoprotein particle size and
distribution without weight-loss in obese Latino adolescents.
Pediatric Obesity. 2013 Apr 10.
G, Beebe KL,
GQ. Vitamin D Levels Differ by Cancer Diagnosis
and Decline over Time in Survivors of Childhood Cancer.
Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 2013 Jun;60(6):949-52.
Research focuses on cardiovascular and metabolic disease risk
(insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and Type 2 diabetes) in
overweight and obese populations. A major emphasis of work examines
the associations between fitness and disease risk and the impact of
exercise and physical activity on the health status of high-risk youth.
Grants and Projects
- Community-Based Diabetes Prevention Program for Obese Latino
Youth: Every Little Step Counts. Role: Principal Investigator.
6/01/2012â??5/31/2017.(NIH/NIMHD P20MD002316 - 6561; $1,200,000).
- Health Disparities Research at SIRC: Cultural Processes in Risk
and Resilience. Role: Co-Investigator.(Marsiglia PI).
6/01/2012-5/31/2017. (NIH/NIMHD P20MD002316; $6,300,000).
- Hispanic Biobank. Co-Investigator (PI of ASU
sub-contract).(Mandarino PI). 1/01/2012-12/31/2016. (Mayo Clinic -
Center for Individualized Medicine; $1,880,000).
- Health Information Technology to Support Clinical Decision Making
in Obesity Care. Role: Co-Investigator.(Gance-Cleveland PI).
9/30/2010-7/31/2013. (AHRQ R18 HS 018646; $1,300,000).
- Health for Teens: A School-Based RCT Co-Investigator Dr.
Bernadette Melnyk Principal Investigator. National Institutes of
Health/National Institute of Nursing Research. 9/30/2009-6/30/2013.
(R01NR012171; $2.3 million).
My research focuses on cardiovascular and metabolic disease risk (insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes) in overweight populations . A major emphasis of my work examines the associations between fitness and disease risk and the impact of exercise on the physiologic health status of overweight youth.