Educating future investigators in the area of rehabilitation science.
Areas of focus
2023 PHHP Research Day
The University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions held its 36th Annual Research Day on February 9. The keynote speaker for…
Cameron receives UF Health Cancer Center…
Congratulations to Miles Cameron, BS, BM, on receiving the UF Health Cancer Center Predoctoral Award. Cameron was among six recipients who received…
Rose shares latest research initiatives
Dorian Rose, PT, PhD, Research Associate Professor and Brooks Clinical Research Scientist, shares new interest areas of research in a recent issue of…
Message from the director
Dr. David Fuller
Rehabilitation science is a diverse and expanding discipline that encompasses both basic and applied aspects of health science and services, the social sciences, and engineering as they relate to restoring human functional capacity and improving a person’s interaction with the surrounding environment.
Alumni Spotlight: MJ Lee
MJ Lee, PhD, BSOT, Research Assistant Professor, Division of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch
Student Spotlight – Jay Nair
What has been your experience in the Rehabilitation Science program? What have you enjoyed most about the program? Rehabilitation of an…
WHY CHOOSE THE UF REHAB SCIENCE PHD PROGRAM
See What's Happening
Hear from RSD students who describe why they chose the program and how it’s preparing them for careers in research.
Graduate Student Appreciation Lunch
Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy Building, Gainesville, FL 32603, USA
11:30am to 12:30pm
Rehabilitation Science Seminar: Dr. Russ Hepple
Communicore Building, 1249 Center Dr, Gainesville, FL 32603, USA
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Rehabilitation Science Seminar Series
Wednesdays (Biweekly), January 25 – April 5, 12 – 1 pm
These biweekly seminars are designed to foster interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations. The lecture series includes both local and external experts in rehabilitation-related research, with a primary emphasis on neuromuscular plasticity.