Academy of Physical Therapy Research - 2020 Retreat
Advances in Rehabilitation Technology (July 13 - 16, 2020)
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Foundation of Physical Therapy Announces PODS II Scholarship Recipient Supported by the Academy of Physical Therapy Research
Video Highlights 2018 PODS II Scholarship Recipient Kirby P. Mayer, PT, DPT
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Congratulations to the winners of the
AOPTR sponsored Travel Award!

We are delighted to announce the three winners of our 2019 CSM Student Travel Award:
Jane Oh, Columbia University
Julia Steffen, University of Cincinnati
Mackenzie Wilson, Indiana University

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An infant gets ready for collection of electroencephalography and arm movement data with Dr. Beth Smith in the Infant Neuromotor Control Laboratory at the University of Southern California
Nayo Hill, a Northwestern University Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences DPT-PhD student, assesses EEG activity in Dr. Jules Dewald's Neuroimaging and Motor Control Lab.
Stephen Antos, a Northwestern University Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences DPT-PhD student, investigates gait stability using a custom-built cable robot in Dr. Keith Gordon’s Human Agility Lab.
Nayo Hill, a Northwestern University Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences DPT-PhD student, assesses EEG activity in Dr. Jules Dewald's Neuroimaging and Motor Control Lab.
Northwestern Doctor of Physical Therapy students collaborate with students in the School of Engineering to modify a dual-joystick ride-on car for a child in the GoBabyGo! program of Drs. Kristin Krosschell and Theresa Sukal-Moulton’s Pediatric Assessments Laboratories. Drs. Krosschell and Sukal-Moulton are recipients of funding from the APTA Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy.
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