Research from PM&R residents Corey Wernimont and Christie McKinney that looks into whether students with Down syndrome will see improved health outcomes compared to a control group that does not take karate training is featured in a story, photo essay, and video from the USA Today network.
Dr. Emily Briceno is Co-investigator on a newly awarded R01 titled “The Effect of Lower Blood Pressure over the Life Course on Late-life Cognition in Blacks, Hispanics, and Whites (BP-COG)” (PI-Levine, Internal Med)
Dr Noelle E Carlozzi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Michigan, as well as Director of the Center for Clinical Outcomes Development and Application (CODA). Her research aims to develop brief, sensitive patient self-report measures that evaluate the impact of a disease on a
His project is entitled “ Openness to cognitive approach of non-specific chronic back pain: A Randomized controlled trial of emotional awareness verses general health activities to assess openness to cognitive approach of non-specific back pain.”
Congratulations to Dr. Mark Peterson for the recent publication, along with his collaborators from China, of "Low Normalized Grip Strength is a Biomarker for Cardiometabolic Disease and Physical Disabilities Among U.S. and Chinese Adults" in The Journals of Gerontology .