Internationally known preeminent scholar on the interaction of disability studies, occupational therapy, and participation in context disparities and promising practices with people who have disabilities
Member of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' 2018 Physical Activity Advisory Committee, which includes some of the country's most accomplished physical activity and health experts
Received a $1.5 million grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to determine whether brain stimulation combined with gait training can improve patients’ ability to walk after a stroke
Studies the social, cultural and environmental determinants of dietary behaviors and diet-related diseases in low-income and minority populations
Establishing a multi-institutional center to study the needs of families caring for loved ones with disabilities with a $4.3 million grant
Leading the way in mobile health interventions, emerging health information technologies and evidence-based practice in health informatics
The College of Applied Health Sciences prepares our students for rewarding careers as health science professionals and academics. With more than 20 formal degrees, as well as valuable certification programs, fellowships and residencies, you can explore your interests and find the right program for you.