APTA Academy Award and Upper Quadrant Award

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New Grants

Dr. Lori Quinn, director of the NRR lab, has recently received two grants in collaboration with Dr. Susan V.  Duff (PI) from Chapman University, Irvine, CA, Dr. Eric Wade (co-investigator), University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN and Heather Ruthrauff, MS, OTR/L.

The team was awarded the APTA Academy of Hand and Upper Extremity Physical Therapy Leslie Harris Lindsey Grant for Research in the Hand and Upper Quadrant award for “Assessment of Interlimb Coordination in Children and Adults with Hemiplegia”, and the American Society for Neurorehabilitation Seed Funding for Collaborative Clinical Research Projects “Assessment of Interlimb Coordination in Adults with Hemiplegia”. These grants will support a collaborative project to identify unique features of interlimb coordination during unimanual, bimanual asymmetric or bimanual symmetric tasks in children and adults with hemiparesis. The long-term goal of this project is to design and test an objective measure of cooperative limb function for use in the home and community setting. Dr. Quinn will serve as co-investigator on the project, and students Lauri Bishop, Gregory Youdan, Katrina Long will work alongside Dr. Quinn to conduct this important research.  

Published Monday, Nov. 21, 2016

New Grants

The team was awarded the APTA Academy of Hand and Upper Extremity Physical Therapy Leslie Harris Lindsey Grant for Research in the Hand and Upper Quadrant award for “Assessment of Interlimb Coordination in Children and Adults with Hemiplegia”, and the American Society for Neurorehabilitation Seed Funding for Collaborative Clinical Research Projects “Assessment of Interlimb Coordination in Adults with Hemiplegia”. These grants will support a collaborative project to identify unique features of interlimb coordination during unimanual, bimanual asymmetric or bimanual symmetric tasks in children and adults with hemiparesis. The long-term goal of this project is to design and test an objective measure of cooperative limb function for use in the home and community setting. Dr. Quinn will serve as co-investigator on the project, and students Lauri Bishop, Gregory Youdan, Katrina Long will work alongside Dr. Quinn to conduct this important research.  

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