Panther Rehab Grand Rounds
14th Annual Rehabilitation Institute Research Day

Panther Rehab Grand Rounds

Our monthly grand rounds lecture series, is an opportunity to learn about the newest trends and outcomes in medical practice and research through lectures by leaders in rehab medicine and research.

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Rehabilitation Institute Research Day

June 13, 2018
7:30am-3:00pm (breakfast and lunch will be provided)
University Club Ballroom
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Call for Abstracts
Due Date for Abstract Submissions: Midnight, May 3, 2018
Send Abstract Submissions to:
Abstracts must be submitted as a word document using template provided.

Oral Presentation Award Winners

Undergraduate Student Presenter
Isabel Bleimeister
“Amantadine plus environmental enrichment after experimental traumatic brain injury confers an additive effect on motor and cognitive improvement.”
Faculty Mentor: Anthony E. Kline, PhD

Pre-Doctoral Student Presenter
Emily Kringle, MOT, OTR/L
“Feasibility of the Activating Behavior for Lasting Engagement (ABLE) Intervention After Stroke.”
Faculty Mentor: Elizabeth Skidmore, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, FACRM

Medical Student Presenter
Christian Roehmer, BA
“Measuring the Impact of Health Service Delivery Models Addressing Social Determinants of Health for Persons Living with Disabilities: A Systematic Review.”
Faculty Mentor: Brad Dicianno, MD

Post-Doctoral I Student Presenter
Mark Linsenmeyer, MD
“Genetic Variation in Dopamine Neurotransmitter Pathways: Gene Risk Score Formulation and Self-reported Quality of Life Outcomes after Traumatic Brain Injury.”
Faculty Mentor: Amy Wagner, MD

Post-Doctoral II Student Presenter
ShaEssa Wright, DO
“Rehabilitation Outcomes for Children with Cerebral Palsy.”
Faculty Mentor: Amy Houtrow, MD, PhD, MPH

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January 18, 2017
Robert Gaunt, PhD
Research Asst Professor
Dept. of PM&R
University of Pittsburgh

February 15, 2017
Stacy Suskauer, MD
Assoc. Professor, PM&R
Dir, Ctr for Brain Injury Recovery, Kennedy Krieger Institute
Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine

March 15, 2017
Erik Hans Hoyer, MD
Assistant Professor, PM&R
Dep.Dir., Patient Safety
Johns Hopkins Hosptial