2018 Poster Awards
In 2018, the NDNG Awards Task Force recognized two NDNG Award Poster recipients and honored one diversity recipient.
EARLY CAREER POSTER AWARD
2018 Early Career Poster Award
1st Author: Alex Tagawa, Center for Gait and Movement Analysis, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus.
Poster: The Association Between Peak Rate of Force Development and Cognitive Function in Adults With Cerebral Palsy (CP) From the CPAT Study
Authors: Alex Tagawa, James Carollo, Amy Bodkin, Zhaoxing Pan, Patricia Cristine Heyn
BEST POSTER AWARD
Best Poster Award
1st Author: Augustine Joshua Devasahayam, Faculty of Medicine, Recovery and Performance Laboratory, Memorial University, St. John’s, NL, Canada.
Poster: People With Multiple Sclerosis Consume More Oxygen During Mobility Tasks: Findings From a Cross-sectional Study
Authors: Augustine Joshua Devasahayam, Liam Kelly, Arthur R. de A. Chaves, Elizabeth M. Wallack, Michelle Ploughman
NDNG Recognizes Li Xuemei for Research Excellence
Li Xuemei was recognized during the NDNG business meeting for outstanding research in the area of Parkinson disease in China.
Poster: Perceived participation and its correlates among patients with Parkinson disease in China.
Authors: Xuemei Li, School of Nursing, Second Military University, Shanghai, China; Tingtin Zhang, Lanshu Zhou.