Dr. Herrmann is the Director of Program Development & Training for Profile by Sanford. Dr. Herrmann completed his undergraduate studies at Minnesota State University, Mankato, and received his master's degree from the University of Northern Iowa. In addition, he earned his PhD in Physical Activity, Nutrition & Wellness from Arizona State University followed by a postdoctoral fellowship in weight management from the Cardiovascular Research Institutes Center for Physical Activity and Weight Management at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS.
Profile by Sanford is an evidence-based, comprehensive, behavioral approach to weight management program designed to improve nutrition, activity, and lifestyle behaviors. Our goal is to provide a scientifically sound program to guide individuals through all phases of weight management, oftentimes beginning with healthy weight loss and continuing to long-term, sustainable, weight loss maintenance.
Dr. Herrmann has research interests related to exercise and nutrition outcomes. More specifically, Dr. Herrmann is interested in understanding individual variability in response to exercise and diet interventions. For example, why do some people respond positively to exercise and diet interventions and lose weight while others do not.
Contact information for Stephen Herrmann:
Stephen Herrmann, PhD
Director, Program Development & Training
Assistant Scientist, Sanford Children's Health Research Center