Wits Cortex Club and SANS welcome you to join a webinar on Thursday 11 March at 13h00 on the Associations between South African preschoolers’ routine physical activity, self-regulation and psychosocial well-being by Dr Caylee Cook. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Dr Caylee Cook is a postdoctoral fellow at the MRC/Wits Developmental Pathways for Health Research Unit at Wits University. She began her academic journey studying BSc Sport Science at Stellenbosch University followed by an honours degree in Kinderkinetics (paediatric exercise science). Following interests in early childhood development, she continued her studies with a Masters at the Division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine at UCT and continued to complete her PhD in Exercise Science in 2019. Her current research is focused on cognitive development and early learning in preschool age children from low-income settings in South Africa.