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Scientific Papers & Posters 2018



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Poster Awards


1st Place Poster Winner 2018 Alenazi


“The Association Between Diabetes and Knee Pain Experience and Locations: Data From the Osteoarthritis Initiatives”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Aqeel Alenazi, PT, MSc, Student; Lecturer, University of Kansas Medical Center; Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University


“Comparing a Robotic and a Mechanically-Passive Prosthesis in Transtibial Amputees with Diabetes Mellitus Type II”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Catherine AdansDesterPT, MS, Research Therapist, Motion Analysis Lab / Coordinator Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital


“Efficacy Assessment of multimodal Tongue Drive System (mTDS) in Comparison to Keyboard and Mouse (KnM)”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Myoung-Hwan Ko, MD, PhD, Professor Chonbuk National University Medical School


Best Early Career Poster in Geriatric Rehabilitation

“Patient Characteristics Associated With Functional Status Change in Stroke”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Julianna Bores, MS, PhD Student; Graduate Assistant The University of Texas Medical Branch


Best Scientific Poster in Cancer Rehabilitation

“Demographic and Clinical Characteristics Associated With Work-Related Disability in Women with Breast Cancer”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Rachelle Brick, MS, OTR/L, Graduate Student Researcher University of Pittsburgh


BI-ISIG Early Career Best Poster

“Current General Health Characteristics of Young Adults Following Sport and Non-sport Concussion”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Jessica Brown, PhD, CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor University of Arizona


David Strauss, Ph.D. Memorial Award

“Incidence of Sleep Apnea Treatment Compliance in Veterans with Acquired Brain Injury”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Dayana Calvo, PhD, Neuropsychology Fellow James A. Haley VA


Deborah Lee Price Girls and Women with ABI Taskforce Poster Award

“Gender differences in behavioral and emotional symptoms by experience of nightmares after traumatic brain injury”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Andrew Nabasny, MS, BS, Student Intern The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center


Excellence in Complementary, Integrative Rehabilitation Medicine Poster Award

“Attitudes and Beliefs Toward Chronic Low Back Pain: a Cross-Sectional Survey of a Chiropractic Institution”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Jesse Cooper, DC, Assistant Professor Parker University


International NG Poster Award

“Inter-rater Reliability of the Modified Ashworth Scale tested Using Consistent Movement Speeds”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Erica Zurawski, MPT, BSc, Physiotherapy Resident University of Toronto


Measurement NG Advancing the Science of Measurement Poster Award

“Comparison of Self-Report vs. Sensor-Based Methods for Measuring Upper Limb Performance Outside the Clinic”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Kimberly Waddell, MS, PhD Candidate Washington University


Measurement NG Early Career Poster Award

“Comparing mental health assessment in rehabilitation across three countries: United States, Finland, and Norway”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Shannon Juengst, PhD, Assistant Professor Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center


Measurement NG Measurement in Action Poster Award

“Combining Virtual Reality Gaming With Motor-Assisted Elliptical Impacts Children’s Engagement in Exercise”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Chun-Kai Huang, PhD, MSc, Post-Doctoral Research Associate UNMC


Military & Veteran Affairs NG Best Poster Award

“Predictors of Sleep Apnea Treatment Compliance in Veterans With Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Dayana Calvo, PhD, Neuropsychology Fellow James A. Haley VA


Military & Veteran Affairs NG Early Career Poster Award

“Rapid Analysis of Strategies to Implement Virtual Medical Modalities (VMM)”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Bridget Cotner, PhD, Health Science Specialist James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital Center of Innovation on Disability & Rehabilitation Research


Neurodegenerative Diseases NG Best Poster Award

“People with Multiple Sclerosis consume more oxygen during mobility tasks: Findings from a cross-sectional study.”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Augustine Joshua Devasahayam, PT, PhD Candidate Memorial University of Newfoundland


Neurodegenerative Diseases NG Early Career Poster Award

“The Association Between Peak Rate of Force Development and Cognitive Function in Adults with Cerebral Palsy (CP) from the CPAT Study”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Alex Tagawa, BS, Research Assistant Center for Gait and Movement Analysis, Children’s Hospital Colorado


Pediatric Rehabilitation NG Poster Award

“A Systematic Review of Disability Disclosure & Accommodations for Youth in Post-Secondary Education & Employment”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Sally Lindsay, PhD MA, Senior Scientist Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital


Physician and Clinicians Networking Group Poster Award

“Quantifying Stroke Recovery Trajectories Across the Post-Acute Care Continuum: A Pilot Feasibility Study”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: David Lin, MD, Neurology Fellow Massachusetts General Hospital


SCI-ISIG Best Poster

“Identifying Non-Successful Participants in the Well on Wheels Holistic Wellness Intervention”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Stephanie Silveira, PhD, BS, PhD, Candidate University of Houston


SCI-SIG Early Career Poster Award

“Evaluation of the Capabilities of Upper Extremities Test (CUE-T) in Children With Tetraplegia”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Namrata Grampurohit, PhD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor Jefferson University


Stroke ISIG Early Career Poster Award

“Popular mHealth Apps for Adults Living with Stroke: Review and Content Analysis”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Suzanne Burns, PhD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor Texas Woman’s University


Stroke ISIG Newsworthy Poster of the Conference

“Trends in randomized controlled trials of technology-based interventions for upper limb motor recovery post stroke”
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Andreea Cotoi, MSc, Research Associate Lawson Health Research Institute


Stroke ISIG Outstanding Scientific Poster Award

“Impact of high-intensity interval training on lower limb motor function post stroke
PRIMARY AUTHOR: Joshua Wiener, BSc, Research Assistant Lawson Health Research Institute

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