UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine celebrated student researchers with its 50th annual Student Research Day

Several students gave presentations of their work, including 5 of our own from the Department of Allied Health Sciences, held on November 17.

UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine celebrated student researchers with its 50th annual Student Research Day click to enlarge The DAHS presented at Student Research Day.

Several students gave presentations of their work, including 5 of our own from the Department of Allied Health Sciences: 

Ilana Levin (Human Movement Science) “Testing Novel Measures of Community Integration in Adults with Cerebral Palsy in the US and Australia” 

Ashley Mason (Occupational Science) “Children’s Perceptions and Experiences of School Lunchtime Activities: What Can We Learn?” 

Jody Feld (Human Movement Science) “Visual scanning behavior during attention-demanding tasks while walking in healthy young adults”

Michael Clark (Human Movement Science) “Reliability of the Head Impact Exposure Estimate in Former Professional Football Athletes” 

Kody Campbell (Human Movement Science) “Peak Resultant Linear Acceleration Agreement between Common Head Impact Sensor Devices” 

The DAHS is proud of all of our students’ hard work and success as budding researchers and explorers of their fields!

 

 

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