Research Day

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    At the annual Jacquelin Perry Research Day, we celebrate the breadth and depth of the research that is being conducted within the laboratories and clinics of USC’s Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy and the USC Institute for Integrative Health. This day, dedicated to scientific inquiry, was named in memory of former faculty member and physical therapy pioneer Dr. Jacquelin Perry, who was a groundbreaking clinician and researcher in the fields of orthopedic surgery and physical therapy.

    The 2016 Jacquelin Perry Research Day Award went to Yi-Ling (Irene) Kuo for her poster titled Quantifying Ipsilateral Silent Period in Electromyography to Measure Interhemispheric Inhibition.

    The 2015 Jacquelin Perry Research Day Award went to Kristamarie Pratt for her poster titled Knee loading deficits in dynamic tasks in individuals status-post ACLr.

    The 2014 Jacquelin Perry Research Day Award went to Jo Armour Smith for her poster titled Modulation of paraspinal muscle activity during walking turns.

    The 2013 Jacquelin Perry Research Day Award went to Jennifer Bagwell for her poster titled Finite Element Analysis of the Fulkerson Procedure for Patella Instability.

    For more information, contact Tasha Hsu (shihting@usc.edu).  
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