Research & Publications
Publishing is a fundamental part of the research process, and the PhD program places a major emphasis on having students publish their work in high quality peer-reviewed scientific journals. Here we highlight some of the excellent research manuscripts that have been published in recent years by Rehabilitation Science students. As you navigate the links on this page, you will find publications covering the full spectrum of rehabilitation science including basic molecular biology experiments through studies of population health and development of novel clinical approaches.
- T2 mapping provides multiple approaches for the characterization of muscle involvement in neuromuscular diseases: a cross-sectional study of lower leg muscles in 5–15-year-old boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy
- The level of agreement between child self-reports and parent proxy-reports of health-related quality of life in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
- Chronic pain management in the obese patient: a focused review of key challenges and potential exercise solutions