Congratulations New PhD Graduates

Published: December 22nd, 2014

Category: News

Fall_2014_GraduationThe Rehabilitation Science program graduated five new PhD’s in fall 2014.

Jose Dominguez, mentored by Dr. Terese Chmielewski – Dissertation Title “Lower Extremity Biomechanics in Jump Landing Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction”

Charles Gay, mentored by Dr. Mark Bishop – Dissertation Title “Functional Connectivity Changes within the Pain Processing and Modulatory Networks following Exercise-Induced Muscular Injury and Manual Therapy”

Chao-Jung Hsu, mentored by Dr. Terese Chmielewski – Dissertation Title “Impairments and Rehabilitation Outcomes in Patients with Traumatic Meniscal Tears and Meniscectomy”

Corey Simon, mentored by Dr. Steven George – Dissertation Title “Age Differences in Pain Sensitivity and Response to Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation”

Nami Yu, mentored by Dr. Jamie Pomeranz – Dissertation Title “An Examination of Key Indicators of Well-Being in Aging Individuals with Disabilities: Secondary Analyses of The Health and Retirement Study”

Congratulations and best of luck!

 

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