Dr. Angela Gisselman, DPT, became the first person to complete UNC’s Orthopedic Residency program in the spring of 2014.
The Carolina Center for Public Service has awarded a Community Engagement Fellowship to an interdisciplinary team of student researchers from the Department of Allied Health Sciences: Tyson Harmon (PhD student in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences), Mei-Ling Lin (PhD student in the Division of Occupational Science), and Gabrielle Scronce (DPT student in the Division of Physical Therapy).
UNC Doctor of Physical Therapy student Sarah van der Horst recently received the 2014 Robert E. Bryan Public Service Award from the Carolina Center for Public Service. The award, which honors the accomplishments of alumnus Robert E. Bryan (’26), is given annually to five individuals in the Carolina community who demonstrate outstanding service to the state of North Carolina.
Seven UNC PT alumni gathered to talk with current, third-year DPT students on March 24 at the Carolina 1663 restaurant in Chapel Hill. The panelists represented a diverse variety of accomplishments and interests and drew from their experiences to present perspectives on navigating post-graduation life.
In the fall of 2013, Dr. Prudence Plummer brought her expertise and passion for neurological physical therapy to UNC Chapel Hill, joining the Division of Physical Therapy faculty.
UNC Physical Therapy students joined with students from the UNC School of Nursing, the Gillings School of Global Public Health, and the School of Social Work to perform community service in Tyrell County during spring break in March.
The 11th annual Human Movement Science Research Symposium was held February 21, 2014, at UNC Chapel Hill.
Rear Admiral Penelope Slade-Sawyer (UNC PT Class of 1971) has been appointed Director of the North Carolina Division of Public Health, effective March 3, 2014.
The UNC Division of Physical Therapy held its 56th Annual Commencement Ceremony on August 2, 2013 at the William and Ida Friday Center in Chapel Hill.
Researchers with the UNC Department of Allied Health Sciences (DAHS) and the North Carolina State University (NCSU) Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering have received $25,000 in seed grant funding from the Rehabilitation Engineering Center (REC) to further development of a hamstrings muscle stretching device prototype.
As many of you have already learned through e-mail announcements sent in December, personal conversations with me at CSM, or the proverbial grapevine, I have been recruited to become the Chair of the Department of Health Professions at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC, beginning August 15, 2013.
National AMBUCS, a non-profit service organization headquartered in High Point, NC, and dedicated to increasing the mobility and independence for people with disabilities, has donated an AmTryke therapeutic cycle and a stationary trainer in support of research by Assistant Professor Michael Lewek, PT, PhD, on the rehabilitation of individuals post-stroke.
UNC Division of Physical Therapy Professor and Director Rick Segal, PT, PhD, FAPTA, gave the sixth annual Ann Putnam Kaleckas Lecture at Northwestern University on April 1, 2013.
UNC Physical Therapy Students joined with graduate students from the UNC School of Nursing and the Gillings School of Global Public Health to perform community service in Tyrell County during spring break, March 11-14, 2013.
The 10th annual Human Movement Science Research Symposium was held March 1, 2013, at UNC Chapel Hill.
UNC Chapel Hill Division of Physical Therapy Professor Karen McCulloch, PT, PhD, NCS, received the Service to Section Award for the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Neurology Section at the 2013 Combined Section Meeting (CSM) in January.
The Sara Fowler Anderson Scholarship in Physical Therapy has been established to honor the life and career of Sara Fowler Anderson, a 1981 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Physical Therapy program.
UNC Physical Therapy faculty member Bing Yu, PhD, traveled to the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Team Training Camp in Birmingham, England, before the Summer Olympics.
UNC Doctor of Physical Therapy students Cari Eicher and April Fay facilitated a pilot program called “Free from Falls” at the request of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) Greater Carolinas Chapter.