Congratulations to Dr. Esther Dupont-Versteegden and Christine Waters in their recent publication in the American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology. Follow the link below to access the Editorial.
Marshall University has announced that it has two tenure-track faculty positions open in Communication Disorders. Please see the attached flyer for more information.Read More
Congraulations to Kristin Vamvas Day, PhD, MPT, NCS for a recent publication in Clinical Biomechanics!
Interested in learning about qualitative research? Eastern Kentucky University is offering an interdisciplinary graduate course in qualitative research this spring. For more information, please see the...Read More
Congratulations to current RHB doctoral students Johanna Hoch and Camille Skubik-Peplaski for their recent publications!
Congratulations to Matt Day and his wife in the birth of their daughter, Melayna Jean Day. Melayna was born on Thursday, September 15 at 2:14 a.m.
The 9th Annual ACL Workshop: A State of the Art Prevention and Rehabilitation Program, hosted by OSU Sports Medicine and Cincinnati Children's Hospital, will be held on October 22, 2011.
Congratulations to Ryan Morgan and his wife in the birth of their son Parker Bane Morgan. Parker was born August 22nd at 6:05 p.m. and weighs 8 lbs, 9 oz.
Congratulations to the Morgan family!
A reminder for all new and returning RHB students, faculty and staff: the RHB Doctoral Program Fall Colloquium will be held next Thursday, August 25 and Friday, August 26. A schedule of events for Thursday is attached.
Please use these instructions when reserving the MSL or signing out equipment in order to ensure reservation consistency. There are several entries that do not follow this format. Please check your scheduled events and revise accordingly.
Thanks Megan Danzel!!
Congratulations to Kristin Vamvas Day and husband Scott as they welcomed Alayna Kathryn into the world on Wednesday, May 25th.
Save the following dates on your calendar for the fall and spring RHB Colloquium:
Fall Orientation/Colloquium: Thursday, August 25, 2011
Spring Colloquium: Wednesday, April 26, 2012
Dr. Susan Effgen recently received an IES (Institute of Education Sciences) grant entitled Relationship of Student Outcomes to Physical Therapy School Services. It is a 3-year grant for $851,822.
Brayden Donald Howard was born Sunday, May 22nd at 6:33 a.m. He was 7 lbs, 8.9 oz., and 20 inches long.
Congratulations to the proud parents, Jennifer and Alex Howard!
Congratulations to Lyn Tindall, PhD, 2007 graduate of the Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program. Lyn was recently named the Acting Associate Chief of Staff for Research and Development at the VA!Read More
Recently, several RHB students and faculty attended the AOTA Conference in Philadelphia, PA. The following report contains alist of RHB attendees, presentation
Faculty and Staff-
Please see the attached dissertation defense flyers for Matthew Hoch-AT, Jennifer Howard-AT, and Ashwini Joshi-CSD. They will be defending the following doctoral dissertations:
Johanna Hoch recently received a $5,000 research grant from the American College of Sports Medicine for her research entitled "Serum COMP: a biomarker for acute articular cartilage damage."
The Center for Clinical and Translational Science Pilot Research Program is calling for applications. The next round of applications will be due Friday 5:00 p.m., June 03, 2011.
Claire Davies recently received the 2011 Nursing and Allied Health Research Award for Central Baptist Hospital for her ASTYM treatment research for patients with breast cancer. Claire's research was chosen from 46 research projects at Central Baptist Hospital!
This summer's Thesis/Dissertation Boot Camp, sponsored by the Graduate School, will begin May 16 and run through May 27. The "Camp" provides a quiet, supportive environment for students currently writing a master's thesis or dissertation. Participants are expected to commit to writing
Ashley Whitaker has had a paper accepted for the 2011 Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC) in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, May 31-June 4. As the first author of the paper "Knowledge of Aphasia: Results of a Survey" (A. Whitaker, R. Marshall, C.Page & S.