Travel Awards

The Rehabilitation Science program is proud to provide our doctoral students with travel awards to present their research domestically and internationally. Prior to the coronavirus crisis, the program was able to successfully fund four of the 12 travel awards before the cancellations began.

Kanika Bansal

Bansal presents at Canadian Stroke Congress

Kanika Bansal, MPT, presented at the Canadian Stroke Congress on October 1-3 in Ottawa, Ontario.Her poster was titled, “The Importance of Location: An Improved Description of Post-Stroke Ambulation.”

Jaewon Kang

Kang presents at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 96th Annual Conference

Jaewon Kang, MS, KOT presented at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 96th Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois from November 5-8. Her poster was titled, “Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Korean version of the A-ONE.”

Kelly Hawkins

Hawkins presents at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meetings

Kelly Hawkins, DPT, NCS, presented at the American Physical Therapy Combined Sections Meeting in Denver, Colorado from February 12-15. Her poster presentation was titled, “Transcutaneous spinal direct current stimulation with locomotor training to alter spinal excitability post-spinal cord injury.”

Michael Sunshine

Sunshine presents at the Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting

Michael Sunshine presented at Neuroscience 2019 in Chicago, Illinois from October 19-23. His poster was titled, “Temporal interference stimulation to activate respiratory motor pools.”