||The former spaces that housed the Gersten Education and Research Office (GERO), Human Performance Lab (HPL) and Interdisciplinary Movement Science Laboratory (IMSL) were renovated over the latter part of 2018 to create the newly established Rehabilitation Science Consortium. |
The consortium is designed to be a shared workspace and meeting place for PhD students, post-doctoral fellows, residents and research assistants who conduct research with faculty in the Physical Therapy Program and other collaborations on campus.
The consortium allows us to have a centralized collaborative hub for our various research endeavors, " said Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, PhD, Director of the Rehabilitation Science PhD Program and PT faculty member.
Current research efforts are focused around rehabilitation clinical trials health services, research, personalized rehabilitation, targeting mechanisms of movement dysfunction and translational rehabilitation technology.