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Fellow of ACRM


The ACRM Fellows Committee and Board of Governors are pleased to recognize Dr. Allan Kozlowski for his outstanding record of professional service to ACRM and for the nationally significant contributions he has made to the field of medical rehabilitation by conferring on him the designation of ACRM Fellow.


Please join them in congratulating Dr. Kozlowski. He will be recognized for his service and achievement at the The ACRM Gala, during the ACRM 2024 Annual Conference (ticketed event). All registered attendees are welcome and encouraged to attend.


Allan J. Kozlowski, Ph.D., B.Sc (PT), is currently an independent consultant in rehabilitation services research and implementation. Dr. Kozlowski received his B.Sc. in physical therapy in 1991 and his PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences in 2010, both from the University of British Columbia. He practiced as a physical therapist and rehabilitation manager in work disability prevention before completing his doctorate in Rehabilitation Sciences. Dr. Kozlowski completed his postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research at Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and the Center for Healthcare Studies at Northwestern University, in which he constructed individual growth models for FIM Instrument scores for persons with spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. He has also held fixed-term faculty positions in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and most recently in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Michigan State University – College of Human Medicine. In this latter position, Dr. Kozlowski also served as the Director of Outcomes Research at the John F. Butzer Center for Research & Innovation, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. Dr. Kozlowski has authored more than 35 articles on topics including modeling of rehabilitation outcomes as individual trajectories of change, psychometric properties of measurement instruments, and exoskeleton-assisted walking. He has also instructed courses in longitudinal modeling, measurement in clinical practice, and physical therapy clinical skills.

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