Andrew Hooyman teaches Statistics for Health Sciences (KIN 200). He also serves as a statistical consultant within the School of Integrated Health Sciences. Hooyman earned his Ph.D. in Biokinesiology at the University of Southern California, a Master’s in Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences from UNLV, and a Bachelor’s in Comprehensive Kinesiology from UNLV. He was previously a certified strength and conditioning specialist and certified personal trainer through the International Fitness Professionals Association.
Concurrent with his teaching responsibilities at UNLV, Hooyman also works as a postdoctoral scholar at Arizona State University in the School of Biological Health Systems and Engineering. His research is focused on the reliability and validity of online video game performance as a predictor of dementia risk factors and is currently funded through the National Institutes of Health.