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Check out photos from the 2019 White Coat Ceremony on Aug. 22 held on the Broad Lawn at the Health Sciences Campus.
Rini Varghese PhD ’21 is the first-ever division recipient awarded the prestigious F31 grant for her work on stroke rehabilitation.
Can exercise reduce the risk of heart disease in women with breast cancer? A new study from the division aims to find an optimal exercise program for breast cancer survivors.
Professor Francisco Valero-Cuevas and his research team use new AI algorithms to teach robots to move by themselves, opening exciting possibilities for physical rehabilitation.
Former L.A. Lakers athletic trainer Gary Vitti to address division graduates at the 2019 Commencement ceremony.
Assistant Professor of Research Christina Dieli-Conwright awarded $25K to study how physical function, body composition and certain biomarkers are affected by cancer treatment.