The 13th Annual Wildcat Sports Medicine Symposium will take place on Friday, May 20, 2011.
Double Tree Guest Suites
2601 Richmond Road
Lexington, KY 40509
The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, a compilation of specially prepared animated audio visual presentations with narration by leading world scientists, is now available to University of Kentucky faculty, staff, and students. UK's Office of the Provost is providing funding for the
Congratulations to Gina Siconolfi-Morris (and husband Ben) in the birth of their daughter Bianca on Sunday, January 30. Bianca is home and doing well, being spoiled by her older brothers and sister.
Congratulations to the Morris Family!
The first annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference for Research on Children at Risk will take place at UK on April 14th and 15. The theme for this conference is "diverse perspectives on vulnerability in childhood and adolescence." See the...Read More
Several RHB faculty and students have been featured in the latest CHS "Collection Newsletter". Congratulations!Read More
Congratulations to Amit and Upasna Chaudhary on the birth of their son Tushaar (meaning SNOW)! Tushaar was born on December 30. Mom and baby are doing well!
The RHB Handbook has been updated. Please review pages 21-23 for further information on the Development of Advisory Committee.
All doctoral students planning to graduate in May should read the following memo with information related to important dates.Read More
There are many great things happening within our program! Be sure to acknowledge and congratulate your fellow faculty members and students for all of their hard work.
The Research Brown Bag Lunch Series at Cardinal Hill takes place in the Center of Learning throughout the year. For general information on the Research Brown Bag Lunch Series, click here.
Spring 2011 Semester Classes being offered:
AT 700-001 “Muscle Mechanics” MW, 8am-10am
AT 685-401 “Principles and Application of Kinesiological-EMG”, W, 6-9pm, CTW 222
SCoBIRC Seminar scheduled for Wednesday,
Click Here for Brochure and more information
Interested in Learning about Qualitative Research?
An interdisciplinary graduate course is being offered this spring
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Save the Date
Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program
Thursday April 21 2011
12 - 3pm
Friday- April 22 2011
8am - 12pm
A copy of the Presentation from the Student Orientation
Click on the Link Below to access the RHB PhD Handbook
Dear DGS, TA Developer, or Staff Assistant:
Dr. Jennifer Medina McKeon was recently awarded a Supplemental grant award to R01 AR055563-01 (Tim Hewett , PI) from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
At the March 9th, 2010 Board of Trustees meeting, The Board approved the appointment of Dr. Tim Hewett as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences.