Webel Research Lab

Our lab investigates how to help adults with HIV  age well. We use rigorous and innovative research techniques to examine how non-pharmacological approaches prevent and mitigate chronic disease, reduce symptoms, and improve quality of life in people living with HIV.​

Can a nurse-led intervention improve cardiovascular health in HIV ?

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Do Diet & Exercise Ease Symptoms in HIV?​

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Does High Intensity Interval Training reduce fatigue & improve function in older adults with HIV ?

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Events & News

To learn more about our lab’s work, please join us for our upcoming presentations!

  • April 22, 2023 Western Institute of Nursing Use of sensors for physical activity measurement in the PROSPER-HIV Study ( Tucson AZ).
  • April 2023 Health Equity Research Symposium Diet quality profiles and associated risk factors among adults with HIV. (Birmingham, AL)
  • May 19, 2023 UW Undergraduate Research Symposium   Diet and Cardiometabolic Health in Older Adults with HIV. Amy Nguyen, et al. 11am-1230. Poster #36 (Seattle, WA)
  • May 19, 2023 UW Undergraduate Research Symposium   Descriptive Analysis of Variability in Exercise in Older Adults with HIV. Dariga Tugan, et al. 11am-1230. Poster #35 (Seattle, WA)

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Meet our People

Allison Webel, PhD, RN, FAAN

Principal Investigator

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Vitor Hugo Fernando Oliveira, PhD


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Hoai Do

Research Coordinator

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Christine Horvat Davey, PhD, RN


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Peer Reviewed Publications


Students Have Worked in our Lab


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