Several DPT students presented their research at the 2016 SDSU Student Research Symposium (SRS). The SRS provides an opportunity for SDSU students to present their scholarly work. DPT faculty members mentored several students who earned awards. A list of the presentations are below (DPT student presenters are indicated in italics, DPT faculty are indicated in […]
Several DPT students and faculty attended the APTA Combined Sections Meeting in Anaheim, CA on February 17-20, 2016. This meeting focuses on programming designed by each of the 18 specialty sections in the APTA. A number of DPT students and faculty also had the opportunity to present their research to their peers and colleagues, listed […]
Neuromechanics and Neuroplasticity Lab (Cerebro). The main goal of Cerebro is to optimize sensorimotor recovery and learning in patients with neurological disorders through a better understanding of neural plasticity that underlies motor impairments, recovery and rehabilitation. My research aims at understanding the neural mechanisms underlying movement control and learning across the lifespan and in persons […]
The first cohort of the new Doctor of Physical Therapy program entered ENS in fall 2012 and graduated this May! We are proud of our new graduates and are excited to see our new colleagues on their way!
Student physical therapists Sarahbelle Barreyro, Jillian Gerbracht, Heather Lyons, Supamas Tseng, and Jeffrey Wood earned a Research Award for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice at the 2015 SDSU Student Research Symposium. They presented a poster on their doctoral project, Effects of Adaptive Practice on Motor Learning of Narrow Beam Walking, mentored by DPT faculty member […]