The Department of Physical Medicine conducts both clinical and basic science research. Currently, we are involved in a number of exciting research projects that promise far-reaching effects, including projects with a focus on physical activity, metabolism and energy consumption, spine health and spinal cord injury, adapted neuropsychological assessment, pain management, cerebral palsy, neuropathies and balance, and health issues concerning women with disabilities. Our research engineers are making great technological advances with a brain computer interface and assistive technologies which provide access to technology to individuals with brain injuries.
- Adapted Cognitive Assessment Lab
- Fatigue and Physical Activity in Osteoarthritis
- Rehab Engineering
- Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury and Disease
- Spinal Cord Injury Model System
Information on current Clinical Trials.