Featured Student: Chris Lane

Chris Lane is a third-year Doctor of Physical Therapy student who plans to continue research initiatives with the Human Movement Science Curriculum. Learn about his motivations to pursue the Division of Physical Therapy’s DPT program as a first-generation college student.


Walk MS: Raleigh 2019

Doctor of Physical Therapy Students and MS STEP UP Scholars Participate and Fundraise for Walk MS: Raleigh 2019

Posted 1 week ago

Walk MS: Raleigh 2019 connects a community of liked-minded individuals to fundraise to change the world for people who are affected by multiple sclerosis, a debilitating disease of the nervous system that can be difficult to treat. This year, several Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students fundraised and participated in the one-and-three mile walking route, … Continued

Angela and Marty Rosenberg

Angela and Marty Rosenberg ‘Step Up’ for Multiple Sclerosis Research at UNC-Chapel Hill

Posted 2 weeks ago

In fall 2005, Angela McCaffrey Rosenberg ‘88, and her husband, Marty, answered two life-changing telephone calls within the span of three hours. The first phone call announced the birth of their granddaughter, Parker; the second officially diagnosed Angela with multiple sclerosis, a debilitating, and difficult-to-treat neurological disease. “Everyone’s heard the phrase ‘I’ve got good news, … Continued

Dana McCarty, DPT, Receives KL2 Grant from NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) to Study Physical Therapy for Preterm Infants

Posted 2 months ago

Dana McCarty, DPT and assistant professor in the Division of Physical Therapy, has received a career-development award from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), in order to research parent-administered physical therapy and massage techniques among extremely preterm infants, or babies born at fewer than 28 weeks old. This grant will be an administrative supplement to … Continued