The web-based symptom self-management program that PM&R associate professor Ann Kratz, PhD and her collaborators at the University of Michigan and University of Washington have created for people with MS is now live.
Since 1991, the UM Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) has trained nearly two generations of rehabilitation researchers through Advanced Rehabilitation Research and Training (ARRT) Program grants from NIDILRR/NIDRR. Today we received news that this incredible tradition of training will continue with a new investment
Developed by researchers from across the country, including PM&R faculty member and CODA director Noelle Carlozzi, PhD, who worked with hundreds of caregivers of people with TBI, it provides a new standard way to measure the physical, mental and emotional effects of caring for survivors of TBI.
Congratulations to Dr. Carrie Pilarski, Rehabilitation Psychology faculty in PM&R on this publication, in Rehabilitation Psychology which will teach us all about how to talk about disability, and the power of words—and perhaps lead to conclusions different than some of us are used to.
A new center for the study of concussions is among the University of Michigan projects to be funded in the first round of investments from President Mark Schlissel’s Biosciences Initiative. PM&R adjunct faculty member Dr. Steve Broglio of Kinesiology, joins Drs. JT Eckner, Ryan Stork, Andrea Aagesen, Brittni Rohde, Kathryn Seagly, Abby