Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy Barbara Sargent is leading a new study to find out if a particular type of movement — decreased selective leg control — can be used to diagnose cerebral palsy in very early infancy.
Assistant Professor of Research Christina Dieli-Conwright awarded $25K to study how physical function, body composition and certain biomarkers are affected by cancer treatment.
Join us for Class of 2019 Commencement on May 10 starting at 3 p.m. in Bovard Auditorium with a reception to follow in the Tutor Center Ballroom.
A number of faculty members and alumni from the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy will be leading educational sessions and presenting research posters at this year’s…
Inaugural symposium of Trojans working on VR tools for health and rehab BY MIKE McNULTY ’06, MA ’09, OTD ’10 October 2, 2018 At the… Read more »
Assistant Professor Christina Dieli-Conwright awarded $4M grant to investigate whether exercise improves prognosis for survivors of breast cancer. BY YASMINE PEZESHKPOUR MCM ’16 October 16,… Read more »
Finley awarded NIH grant to better understand walking rehabilitation for survivors of stroke. BY JOHN HOBBS MA ’14 September 28, 2018 Every 40 seconds, someone… Read more »
BY MICHELLE McCARTHY July 30, 2018 We’ve all been there: Your back is aching from sitting in front of a computer all day or perhaps… Read more »
Leon hopes to balance physical therapy career with advocacy efforts on behalf of underserved communities. BY JOHN HOBBS May 10, 2018 When Esther Leon’s grandfather… Read more »
Snyder combines care and rigor in his studies and life, making him one to watch. BY KATHARINE GAMMON May 9, 2018 Luke Snyder remembers the… Read more »