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Physical therapy, exercise science students present at Human Movement Science Research Symposium

Fifteen second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students and two senior exercise science majors presented their research at the 2017 Human Movement Science Research Symposium at UNC-Chapel Hill. 

Fifteen second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students and two senior exercise science majors presented their research at the 2017 Human Movement Science Research Symposium at UNC-Chapel Hill.

The following presentations were presented in poster format:

Rebecca Lin

Difference in Single Leg Balance Comparing Flat Foot and Relevé Positions in Collegiate Dancers

Authors:  Allison Russo, Emily Guy, Joyce Davis

Presenters:  Allison Russo, Emily Guy

 

Katie Van Patten, Emily Messerschmidt, and Ryan Lee

Botox and Treadmill Training on Function and Gait for an Adolescent with Cerebral Palsy Gross Motor Function Classification System III

Authors:  Caroline Tobin, Lauren Cates, Lindsey Lewis, Susan Chinworth, Paula DiBiasio

Presenters:  Caroline Tobin, Lauren Cates, Lindsey Lewis

 

Elon DPT and Exercise Science students and faculty

Comparing Typical Wheelchair Types and Clinimetric Properties of the Wheelchair Propulsion Test

Authors:  Colten Sullivan, Jhonelle Francis, Srikant Vallabhajosula, Bill Andrews

Presenters:  Colten Sullivan, Jhonelle Francis

 

Emily Guy and Allison Russo

Relationship between Static and Dynamic Postural Control in Individuals With and Without Chronic Ankle Instability

Authors:  Stephanie Manning, Devan Groulx, Michelle Fadool, Jane Freund, Erik Wikstrom, Srikant Vallabhajosula

Presenters:  Stephanie Manning, Devan Groulx, Michelle Fadool

 

Head Acceleration during Girls Youth Soccer using Real-Time Data: A Descriptive Study

Authors:  Katlyn Van Patten, Ryan Lee, Emily Messerschmidt, Srikant Vallabhajosula

Presenters:  Katlyn Van Patten, Ryan Lee, Emily Messerschmidt

 

The Impact of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Attention and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in Breast Cancer Survivors

Authors:  Amanda Neuhauser, Laura Martin, Rebecca Brevé, Elizabeth Evans

Presenters:  Amanda Neuhauser, Laura Martin, Rebecca Brevé

 

The following presentation was presented in podium format:

Concurrent Validity of Zeno Compared to GAITRite with Backward Walking in Healthy Older Adults

Authors:  Rebecca Lin, Shagun Patel, Coty Thomas, Jane Freund, Srikant Vallabhajosula

Presenter:  Rebecca Lin

 

Additional student attendees included exercise science majors Elise Quartucio, Nick Hadgis and Rachel DiCioccio.

Beth Evans,
Faculty
4/17/2017 10:20 AM