ANNOUNCEMENTS


Call for Proposals!

Rehabilitation Institute Pilot Program!

Have research? Need funding? Investigator ranks from Post-Doc to Professor are encouraged to apply for Pitt/UPMC Rehabilitation Institute 2019 Pilot Grant Funding RFP!

Primary Focus Area: Addressing disparities, comparative effectiveness, and implementation and dissemination pilot studies to improve rehabilitation services.

Intent to Apply: April 10, 2019
Applications Due: April 24, 2019

Email notice indicating intent to submit is due by April 10, and must include the following:
• Project Title
• PI Name, Department, Contact Information
• Co-I(s) and Department Affiliation

Information regarding the 2019 Pilot Grant Funding can be found here. Questions and submissions can be directed to Sam Viggiano at viggianosc@upmc.edu.




Save the Date

5th ANNUAL
Current Concepts in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

May 4, 2019
UPMC Mercy, Ferdinand Clark Auditorium



15th ANNUAL
Rehabilitation Institute Research Day

May 22, 2019
7:30am-2:30pm
William Pitt Student Union
Click here for Schedule

Registration and Abstract Submissions are now open.

Register Here


Submit an Abstract

Please construct your abstract using this form. Fill out all sections of the abstract submission form and the submission website in order to be considered for the Abstract and Poster Competitions.


FELLOWSHIPS
Brain Injury Medicine: (ACGME #3474134001)
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine: (ACGME #3464131017)
Spinal Cord Medicine: (ACGME #3454113017)
Sports Medicine: (ACGME #3424134013)




UPMC Rehabilitation Institute, 2017 Annual Report


The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine provides physician services to UPMC Rehabilitation Institute throughout the UPMC health system.





The Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research & Training is committed to accelerating progress in this emerging field using a network of national expertise to support research collaborations, education and technology development. Visit our website (www.ar3t.pitt.edu) to learn more about our initiatives and programs.

Our Mission

To maximize the health, function and well-being of the people and populations we serve by providing the highest quality rehabilitative medical care, conducting highly relevant, cutting-edge research, and training the next generation of clinicians and researchers.



NEWS

November 2018

Daniel Lueders, MD has been elected to the Little League International Board of Directors.





October 2018

Amy Houtrow, MD, PhD, MPH, has been elected into the National Academy of Medicine. This is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.



Kentaro Onishi, DO,has been awarded a traveling fellowship to Japan in September 2019 through the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM)






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EVENTS
Panther Rehab Grand Rounds

3rd Wednesday each month
CME available

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POD CASTS and PRESENTATIONS

Our physicians and scientists in both clinical and research settings have presented several podcasts and presentation on various PM&R subjects. Discover what people are talking about.



Research and Training Websites



The Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research & Training is committed to accelerating progress in this emerging field using a network of national expertise to support research collaborations, education and technology development. Visit our website (www.ar3t.pitt.edu) to learn more about our initiatives and programs.