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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 […]
The ViaTherapy app, created by Dr. Mark Bayley at Toronto Rehab and Dr. Steven Wolf of Emory University, was launched in 2017 and was recently named one of the Top 5 rehab apps at the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology (ACPIN) meeting held in Manchester, U.K. Twenty-three clinicians and researchers, and 10 consultants with […]
Lena Ting, PhD, is winner in the Allied Health Professional category, for her work blending science, engineering and robotics to improve rehabilitation for individuals with movement disorders and those who have experienced stroke, spinal cord injury, or lower limb loss. A professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and […]
The fifth annual CARAS (Celebrating Accomplishments and Recognizing Academic Success) was held on May 12, 2018 in the Cox Ballroom. CARAS is a commencement celebration linked to Latinx and Hispanic traditions at Emory. The event celebrates the accomplishments of graduating students who are members of and/or connected to the Latinx community. The ceremony includes the […]
The Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation, Spring 2018: Bringing together reflections and analysis of the physical, cognitive, emotional, socio-cultural, spiritual, and political elements that comprise humanism in rehabilitation.
The Division of physical Therapy is delighted to announce that Kathleen Geist DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT has been elected to become the Vice-President of PTAG (Physical Therapy Association of Georgia)! This election is a testament to Dr. Geist’s long service to PTAG and her commitment to address the relevant issues in Physical Therapy at the […]