Searching for new therapies for children with a rare disease

A young study participant doing balance assessment & rehabilitation in a virtual environment.

Children with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome are suffering because conventional therapy and treatments are not effective. Associate Professor Brooke Slavens, PhD, Department of Occupational Science and Technology and Biomedical Engineering, and her team of faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students… Read More

Research Lectureship showcases current research endeavors of students and their mentors

The Department of Occupational Science and Technology recently held a Research Lectureship that showcased the current research endeavors of students and their mentors. At the well-attended, half-day event, 17 master’s in occupational therapy students exhibited poster presentations and seven PhD students delivered podium presentations…. Read More