Hornbuckle’s primary research interest is the effects of various exercise and physical activity interventions on body composition and biomarkers for cardiovascular disease risk. The majority of her work has examined these relationships in underrepresented populations including African-American women and low-income individuals.
|PhD||Florida State University||Exercise Physiology|
|MS||University of Tennessee, Knoxville||Exercise Physiology|
|BS||University of Tennessee, Knoxville||Nutrition|
Hornbuckle is an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and has served on multiple national committees for the organization. She is also a Registered Dietitian and maintains certifications in group exercise, indoor cycling, and personal fitness training.