Message from the ACRM President, Debbie Backus

Message from the ACRM President, Debbie Backus

  Starting a research career is exciting – and at times frightening or overwhelming. (And perhaps you have other adjectives to describe the experience!) Many researchers start on this path with little guidance about the career development challenges they... read more

Message from the ECNG Chair, Brooks Wingo, PhD

  Happy 2018! As we begin a new year, it’s exciting to see all the great opportunities for career development that will be offered by the ECNG this year. All of our task forces have been working hard to continue to offer quality offerings such as this quarterly... read more

ACRM Mid-Year Meeting & Training Institute

This small, intimate meeting is where the real work gets done and professional networks and collaborations develop. The atmosphere is casual and welcoming, yet focused on the important work of ACRM’s ISIG and networking groups. It’s the perfect time to... read more

NEW! ACRM Women in Rehabilitation Science Award

  What an amazing opportunity to nominate a deserving colleague or even yourself for an award that will be presented during our ACRM Annual Conference. The NEW ACRM Women in Rehabilitation Science Award will recognize world-class rehabilitation research conducted by a... read more

Preview of the 2018 Early Career Development Course

  Pearls, Possibilities, and Pitfalls: Writing Successful Grants and Manuscript Submissions The Early Career Development Course is a perennial favorite at the ACRM Annual Conference that connects early career rehabilitation researchers with seasoned professionals.... read more

Upcoming Call for Nominations

  Open Positions on the Early Career Networking Group Executive Committee Are you looking to get more involved in the field of rehabilitation? Are you looking to build your resume or fulfill your service requirements for tenure? Or are you ready to network with some... read more

ECNG Task Force Information

Get Involved! New members are welcome and encouraged to join us no matter what career stage you are!  Find a task force you are interested in and contact the Task Force Chair. The mission of the Early Career Networking Group (ECNG) is to foster the development and... read more

Original Article: Caveats and Benefits of Team Work

  How to Make the Best of It By Ekaterina Dobryakova, PhD In science and other fields, team work is very important. Team work means that each member contributes something to fulfill the overarching goal, a particular piece of a puzzle to complete the mosaic, to make... read more

Research Spotlight: Measurement, Modulation and Musing

  By Ann Guernon, MS, CCC-SLP, CCRC  I am thrilled to be sharing my research background with the Early Career membership. My clinical background is in Speech-Language Pathology, with a strong focus working with adults experiencing cognitive-communication impairments... read more

Ask the Mentor

Identifying Predatory Journals   QUESTION: “I receive many emails from editors and editorial offices soliciting me to publish within their journal.  Many of these solicitations do not seem legitimate, even though they site my previous articles, and some require... read more