DPT Task Specific Training in Rehabilitation

Add to Calendar 10/16/2015 12:00:0010/16/2015 16:00:0015DPT Task Specific Training in RehabilitationPlease join us for an afternoon of presentations from two distinguished speakers. Dr. Stephen Page is an associate professor at the Ohio State University and helps to develop and test therapies used to increase function and independence after stroke and other neurologic diseases. He also applies various neuroimaging and molecular techniques to understand how, why, and in whom these approaches are most effective. He has published over 100 peer reviewed publications, has delivered over 200 lectures nationally and internationally, and has served as guest issue editor for 14 special issues of journals since 2001. Heather Peters is an occupational therapist and Ph.D. student in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University. Currently working in the B.R.A.I.N lab as a graduate research associate, her primary area of interest is developing and testing interventions that improve motor function and quality of life in stroke survivors. Specifically, her primary research area of emphasis is examining the effect of non-invasive brain stimulation combined with occupational therapy (Functional Brain Stimulation™) on improving arm and hand function in survivors of stroke. Heather has also engaged in research and/or published in the topics of mental practice, outcome measurement validity and portable upper extremity robotics. For more information and to register, download the flyer (pdf) >>University of Dayton, River CampusBetsy Donahoe-Fillmorebetsy.donahoe-fillmore@udayton.eduNo10/16/2015

Friday, October 16

Time: 12 p.m. — 4 p.m.

Location: University of Dayton, River Campus

Cost:  $80.00, includes boxed lunch

Please join us for an afternoon of presentations from two distinguished speakers. Dr. Stephen Page is an associate professor at the Ohio State University and helps to develop and test therapies used to increase function and independence after stroke and other neurologic diseases. He also applies various neuroimaging and molecular techniques to understand how, why, and in whom these approaches are most effective. He has published over 100 peer reviewed publications, has delivered over 200 lectures nationally and internationally, and has served as guest issue editor for 14 special issues of journals since 2001. Heather Peters is an occupational therapist and Ph.D. student in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University. Currently working in the B.R.A.I.N lab as a graduate research associate, her primary area of interest is developing and testing interventions that improve motor function and quality of life in stroke survivors. Specifically, her primary research area of emphasis is examining the effect of non-invasive brain stimulation combined with occupational therapy (Functional Brain Stimulation™) on improving arm and hand function in survivors of stroke. Heather has also engaged in research and/or published in the topics of mental practice, outcome measurement validity and portable upper extremity robotics.

For more information and to register, download the flyer (pdf) >>

Contact Information:

Name:  Betsy Donahoe-Fillmore
Email:  betsy.donahoe-fillmore@udayton.edu