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
Congratulations to Dr. Claire Kalpakjian, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Research in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation on her up and coming award at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Annual Meeting.
Congratulations to Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Emeritus faculty member and former VA service chief Dr. Robert Werner on being awarded the Distinguished Physician Achievement Award from The American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM).
Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Whibley on being named the inaugural awardee of the Dan Barry Research Program pilot grant with his proposal titled Harnessing Participatory Action Research to guide the design of a sleep and physical activity improvement intervention for adults with osteoarthritis.
Thomas (Tom) Augenstein, a student currently pursuing a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering under the mentorship of Dr. Chandramouli Krishnan, has been awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Award (2019). NSF Fellows are selected based on their potential to become globally engaged knowledge
On Friday, March 29 The Joint Commission visited our inpatient rehabilitation facility to evaluate the Stroke Rehabilitation Program for recertification. We are pleased to report that the onsite review was an enormous success, due in no small part to all of the amazing clinicians and staff members who care for our stroke patients. We officially
Congratulations to Dr. Anna Kratz on her new award from the National MS Society. The award is a Mentor-Based Rehabilitation Research Fellowship award titled “Training to Advance Rehabilitation Research in Multiple Sclerosis.”