Students with the Division of Physical Therapy traveled to Columbia, North Carolina, for a spring break service-learning trip.
The Triangle Business Journal recently celebrated winners of its annual Health Care Heroes awards. Thorpe is one of two recipients from the UNC School of Medicine; eight others from UNC Health Care and UNC Rex Healthcare achieved honors, all of whom were recognized at a banquet on March 16.
Stacey Dusing, PT, PhD, PCS, has received recognition for her research at the 2017 American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting.
UNC-Chapel Hill physical therapy alumnus Michael R. Murray, PT, DPT, has won the 2017 Judy Cirullo Award for Exceptional Contribution to the Area of Aquatic Therapy, given by the aquatic section of the American Physical Therapy Association at the Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in San Antonio, Texas.
Faculty members, alumni, and friends of the Division of Physical Therapy gathered Friday, September 16, 2016 to dedicate the division entryway in honor of mentors past and present.
More than 30 students in the Division of Physical Therapy received their degrees on Saturday, August 6.
The Center for Human Movement Science's Bing Yu has provided recommendations to the USA Track & Field Team as they head to the 2016 Olympic Games.
Two Division of Physical Therapy students, in addition to their faculty advisor, have received an honorable mention for fundraising efforts to support research.
Dr. Margaret Lee Moore, a pioneer in the field of physical therapy, died June 15, 2016 at the age of 94. A Greensboro native, Moore was instrumental in establishing the Division of Physical Therapy at the UNC School of Medicine.
Alexis Williams, a doctor of physical therapy candidate, was selected as a 2016 Multiple Sclerosis Rehabilitation Therapy Specialty Fellowship and will participate in the 2016-2017 Boston University Physical Therapy Neurological Residency Program.
Doctor of physical therapy student Elizabeth Nixon has received the 2016 Student Assembly Outstanding Physical Therapist Award from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
The Division of Physical Therapy recently received accreditation from the American Physical Therapy Association for its pediatric residency program.
Division of Physical Therapy faculty member Carol Giuliani will be honored as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the APTA; Karen McCulloch will receive the Lucy Blair Service Award.
The Chapel Hill News featured an opinion piece by Dr. Carol Giuliani, which focuses on improving mobility and preventing falls to allow older adults to age in place.
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Stephen Hooper, PhD, Chair of the Department of Allied Health Sciences and Associate Dean for the UNC School of Medicine, appointed Deborah Givens, PT, DPT, PhD, as Director of the Division of Physical Therapy.
Dr. Prudence Plummer, Assistant Professor, has received a NIH R21 grant to fund “Real-world assessment of dual-task performance after stroke,” an interdisciplinary endeavor involving researchers in physical therapy, biomedical engineering, and psycholinguistics. The grant will provide $275,000 in direct costs over two years.