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Dr. Kendra Nelson Ferguson

Pronouns: She / Her
Post-Doctoral Associate

Western University

Kendra Ferguson is a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Geography at Western University. Kendra’s graduate work examined the use of biofeedback to generate the management of psychophysiological processes to enhance sport performance. Recently, her research experience has focused on increasing physical activity and reducing health inequalities. Specifically, her interests pertain to childhood physical activity and developing strategies for sustained participation and lifelong engagement. Much of Kendra’s research involves using qualitative techniques to understand the experiences and perspectives of the individuals under study. She will be involved in various projects in the Human Environments Analysis Laboratory (HEALab) such as Smart APPetite and Vaping & Youth.


  1. 2019

    PhD, Kinesiology (Sport Psychology)

    Western University
  2. 2015

    MA, Kinesiology & Recreation Management

    University of Manitoba
  3. 2012

    BA, Kinesiology and Applied Health

    University of Winnipeg