Congratulation to Dr. Katharine Seagly on her appointment as co-director of the brain injury rehabilitation program in the Michigan Medicine Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. She will co-direct with Dr. Ryan Stork until he leaves, and then serve as the program director until a physician co-director is appointed.
Congratulations to Dr. Mark Peterson, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for receiving a Fulbright Award to Sweden. Dr. Peterson will be traveling to Sweden later in the year for an extended period to expand his internationally known work on health and wellness outcomes in individuals with
PM&R’s associate professor and director of the Collaboratory for Technology, Health, and Independence Dr. Michelle Meade will be a featured speaker as an Inspire Award winner at the upcoming CEW+ Advocacy Symposium: Redefining Leadership event.
Congratulations to Dr. Tony Chiodo on a wonderful American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) conference as president. He built a series of excellent plenary sessions around present and future role of technology in the lives of patients with neuromuscular diseases. Meeting attendance reached a record high this
Dr. Sean Smith, an assistant professor and director of the cancer rehabilitation program in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation contributed to two prestigious cancer rehab publications recently.
Over the past few weeks, employees across the organization have made it very clear why Michigan Medicine remains the top hospital in the state and among the best in the nation. It’s because of you — the exceptional faculty, staff and learners who go above and beyond to advance health and serve patients, families and colleagues. Several PM&R
PM&R Associate Professor Michelle Meade, PhD has been named the 2019 Carol Hollenshead Inspire Award recipient by the Center for the Education of Women+ at the University of Michigan in recognition of her scholarship and her advocacy to promote change within the healthcare system to reduce healthcare disparities on behalf of individuals