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Past Trainees


 

Dana Judd, PT, DPT, PhD

1999 - BA in Kinesiology, University of Colorado, Boulder
2003 - MS in Physical Therapy, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
2005 - Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
2014 - Doctor of Philosophy, University of Colorado Faculty member: University of Colorado PT Program
Faculty Mentor:
Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, Ph.D

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Thomas Hoogeboom, PT, MSc

4th year PhD Student, volunteer from Maastricht University
Clinical Sciences Program, Clinical Investigation track, Aurora
Centre for Care Technology Research (CCTR), Maastricht
Faculty member: Nico van Meeteren, PT, Ph.D
Faculty Mentor:
Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, Ph.D
Research Interests: Therapies in advanced osteoarthritis

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Jennifer Stephenson, PhD, MS

Education:
2007-2010 PhD in Clinical Sciences, University of Colorado Denver, CO, USA
2005-2007 MS in Rehabilitation Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
2001-2005 BS in Sport and Exercise Science, University of Bath, England
Faculty Mentor:
Katrina Maluf, PT, Ph.D.
Dissertation Title:
Motor control of the trapezius muscle during acute exposure to low and high levels of psychosocial stressor
Awards:
2008 Outstanding PhD Student in Clinical Investigation
Current Position:
Research Fellow, University College London Whole-body Sensorimotor Lab


 

Masataka Umeda, PhD

Education:
2009-2011 Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Colorado Denver, CO, USA
2007 PhD in Kinesiology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
1999 MS in Health Education, University of Tsukuba, Japan
1995 BS in Exercise Physiology, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Faculty Mentor:
Katrina Maluf, PT, Ph.D.
Research Topic:
The influence of isometric exercise on central pain regulation in women with and without fibromyalgia
Awards:
2008 John J. Bonica Research Trainee Fellowship, International Association for the Study of Pain
2010 Center for Women's Health, Best Poster Award

 

Abbey Thomas, PhD  

Abbey Thomas, PhD, ATC

Education:
2011-2012 Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Colorado Denver, CO, USA
2010 Ph.D., University of Michigan
2006 M.Ed., University of Virginia
2005 B.S., Pennsylvania State University;
Faculty Mentor:Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, Ph.D.
Research Interests: Neuromuscular and biomechanical consequences of joint injury

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Mike Bade, PhD  

Mike Bade, PT

2008-2012 PhD in Clinical Sciences, University of Colorado Denver, CO, USA
2005 MS in Physical Therapy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
1998 BA in Molecular Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder
Faculty Mentor: Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, PT, Ph.D

Research Interests: Comparative outcomes research in orthopedics
Honors and Awards
PODS1 Scholarship - Foundation for Physical Therapy - 2010
ACR REF/Abbott Health Professional Graduate Student Research Preceptorship - 2009
Outstanding PhD Student in Clinical Investigation Award - 2008
APTA Mary McMillan Award – 2005
Medical Alumni Loyalty Award – University of North Carolina - 2004
University Merit Assistantship Award – University of North Carolina - 2003
Summa Cum Laude Honors - University of Colorado - 1998
APTA Florence Kendall Doctoral Scholarship - 2008
North Carolina Physical Therapy Association Scholarship – 2004
Sharp Memorial Auxiliary Scholarship - 2003
Duke University Health System Shining Star Award - 2006

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