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RSD Student Elected to FPTA Office

Published: Oct 1st, 2013

Congratulations to RSD student Meryl Alappattu, DPT who was recently elected as the Vice President of the Florida Physical Therapy Association (   Meryl is in her 5th year of the RSD […]

Two RSD Students Earn Program Travel Grants

Published: Sep 30th, 2013

Two doctoral students recently earned RSD program travel grants! Rogelio Coronado will be traveling to the Annual American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists Conference to be held in Cincinnati […]

Congratulations Summer 2013 RSD Graduates

Published: Aug 17th, 2013

The RSD program graduated four new Ph.D. students last week. Rob Barnes, mentored by Dr. Marybeth Horodyski – Dissertation Title “Psychological Distress in Patients with Orthopaedic Trauma Injuries” Kathy Berger, mentored […]

Congratulations to Elisa Gonzalez Rothi!

Congratulations to Elisa Gonzalez Rothi!

Published: May 3rd, 2013

Dr. Gonzalez Rothi is our newest RSD graduate. Working under the mentorship of Dr. David Fuller, Elisa completed her dissertation titled “Spinal Cord Injury and Plasticity in Cervical Motor Systems”.

Faculty Position Open

Published: Dec 19th, 2012

The Department of Physical Therapy is recruiting for an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor position with a primary focus on neurorehabilitation. Please view the position description for additional information.

RSD Graduates Four New PhD Students!

RSD Graduates Four New PhD Students!

Published: Dec 17th, 2012

Congratulations to our fall 2012 RSD grads! Luther Gill, Dissertation Title – “Diaphragm Plasticity: High Cervical Spinal Hemisection (C2hs) and Systemic Sepsis” Lisa LaGorio, Dissertation Title – “Effects of Bolus Accommodation on […]

RSD Student is a Finalist

RSD Student is a Finalist

Published: Nov 29th, 2012

  RSD student, Ginny Little, was recently named a finalist in the student paper competition for the International Conference on Neurorehabilitation. Her paper is titlied “So-called ‘Foot-Drop’ post-stroke: Not a dorsiflexor impairment”. […]