Reviving and Reflecting on “Portrait of Spirit: One Story at a Time”
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Several DPT faculty were recognized by the Emory School of Medicine at a recent event held by the school. The awards are a testimony to Emory Physical Therapy faculty’s commitment to teaching, service and research. Kathleen Geist, PT, DPT, COMT, FAAOMPT and Trisha Kesar, PT, PhD were recognized for their promotions to Associate Professor. Bruce […]
Physical therapist and physical therapist assistant students from across the country were recognized for their fundraising efforts at the 2019 NEXT Conference. Students from more than 150 schools joined forces this school year to raise $266,019 for physical therapy research. Funds raised through the annual Pitt-Marquette Challenge go towards physical therapy research grants and scholarships […]
We are happy to announce that Dr. Bruce Greenfield has been selected as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (FAPTA)! FAPTA is APTA’s highest membership category to recognize members who have demonstrated sustained efforts to advance the physical therapy profession. Dr. Greenfield’s nomination included supportive documentation from many nationally and internationally […]
The award was given at the ceremony held on Thursday, October 11th, 2018. Dr. Pullen was recognized for her work focusing on the rehabilitation needs of patients with HIV/AIDS and her leadership in regional, national and international service activities. Her work is noticed by many both at Emory and in the greater physical therapy, infectious […]
Dr. Bruce Greenfield is the recipient of the Dean’s Teaching Award for the 2017-2018 academic year! This award recognizes faculty for superior teaching within the School of Medicine and signifies the high regard students and colleagues hold for Dr. Greenfield’s dedication and skill in teaching. Dr. Greenfield introduced reflective practice and narrative into the DPT […]