The Center for Clinical and Translational Research Seminar Series
Nebraska Neuroscience Alliance Present
Wednesday, October 1, 2014.
UT 5412 Grissom Conference Room
“Translational Research Addressing Performance, Safety, Health and Long-Term Wellbeing Across the Age and Ability Spectrum: Overview of Madonna’s Institute for Rehabilitation Science and Engineering and UNL’s Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab.”
Judy Burnfield, PhD, PT
Judith M. Burnfield, PT, PhD, is a nationally recognized expert on physical rehabilitation research with a specific emphasis on biomechanical movement analysis and rehabilitation therapy. Clifton Chair in Physical Therapy and Movement Sciences, Burnfield directs the Institute for Rehabilitation Science and Engineering and the Movement and Neurosciences Center at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. She also directs the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Nebraska Athletic Performance Laboratory within the AthleticsDepartment.
12:00PM-1:00PM. Lunch will be provided.
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