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Meet the Leadership & Participate

Meet the Leadership & Participate Please reach out to any of these individuals if you would like to lead or join a task force or become an active member.   EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRAllan Kozlowski COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER Jennifer Weaver CHAIR-ELECT Linda...

A Note From Your MNG Chair

We tend to think of the turn of a decade as a point of change. As we enter the 2020s, one of the first tasks for the Measurement Networking Group (MGN) will be to reapply for a change of status to an Interdisciplinary Special Interest group, or ISIG. Late in 2019, the...

Updates for the Measurement Networking Group Community

The ACRM Annual Conference is months away but conference proposals are due now. Be sure to select “Measurement” for your presentation! After all content is submitted and accepted, MNG will work with the conference planning committee to highlight some of the work being...

Measurement Spotlight /Original Article

Integrating Assessment into Clinical Practice: The Patient Specific Functional Scale Eron BozecOccupational TherapistNorthwestern Medicine Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital   As a hard-working outpatient neuro-rehabilitation Occupational Therapist, I have...

Early Career Corner

ACRM Measurement Networking Group (MNG) Executive Committee held a new Member Meet and Greet webinar on December 12, 2019. This event introduced MNG activities and opportunities to early career ACRM members, including 2020 Spring meeting and ACRM training institute...

Task Force Updates

Our task forces have been busy during 2019 and many of them have and will continue to generate products such as conference presentations, publications, instrument summaries, and information education pages. We want our members to get involved to either lead or join a...
Somatic Exercises and Trauma Recovery

Somatic Exercises and Trauma Recovery

While the focus of ACRM is not psychology, many of our patients have suffered from traumatic brain injuries or other types of injuries that can cause lasting psychological damage. The brain and body are intrinsically linked and it is useful to think about how other...
Exhibitor Resource

Exhibitor Resource

Exhibitor Resources THANK YOU for your interest to become an exhibitor or sponsor for the 2019 ACRM Annual Conference. We appreciate your commitment and strive to make your experience as stress-free, productive, and enjoyable as possible. This page is designed to...
Neuroplasticity and Recovery From Brain Trauma

Neuroplasticity and Recovery From Brain Trauma

Neuroplasticity has been a buzz word in the news and health community for a while now, and today’s blog is going to provide an overview of the term and how it relates to recovery from brain trauma. The adult brain was traditionally thought of as stagnant, but now,...
Join ACRM For the 2020 Spring Meeting

Join ACRM For the 2020 Spring Meeting

The ACRM team is always looking for opportunities to help researchers and medical professionals connect with the purpose of sharing knowledge in order to better improve patients’ lives. Along with our annual conferences, ACRM is also throwing a Spring 2020 meeting,...
Looking Ahead to the ACRM 2020 Conference

Looking Ahead to the ACRM 2020 Conference

Now that the ACRM 2019 conference has passed, it’s never too early to start thinking ahead and planning for the ACRM 2020 conference! Located in Atlanta, our 2020 pre-conference is scheduled for Monday, October 19th through Wednesday, October 21st; and the core...
Message from the Chair, Alison Cogan

Message from the Chair, Alison Cogan

Message from the ECNG Chair, Alison Cogan   Dear ECNG Members, 2020 is shaping up to be an exciting year for the Early Career Networking Group! All of our task forces have been very active during the last few months, taking advantage of the momentum and excitement...

Early Career Development Course Recap

2019 Early Career Development Course Recap By ECDC Past Chair, Reza Ehsanian, MD, PhD; Chair, Amy Herrold, PhD and Past Chair, Monique Pappadis, PhD The Early Career Development Course (ECDC) Task Force recently transitioned the Chair position and we are excited to...

2020 Early Career Development Course

Early Career Development Course Task Force Update   By Amy Herrold, PhD Chair, ECNG Early Career Development Course Task ForceEdward Hines Jr., VA Hospital   The Early Career Development Course (ECDC) Task force is excited to announce that Brian Downer, PhD from...

Original Article by Silvana L. Costa

Original Article: How Stepping out From my Comfort Zone Helped me Become a Better Scientist   by Silvana L. Costa, PhD Research ScientistCenter for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience ResearchKessler Foundation   Neurological disorders are complex and there is...

Original Article by Melike Kahya

Original Article: Perspective from an Early Career Member: Feeling of being a Poster Award Winner   By Melike Kahya, PT, MS, PhD Candidate Graduate Research Assistant, Laboratory for Advanced Rehabilitation Research in SimulationNIH T32 Neurological and...

ECNG Task Force Opportunities

GET INVOLVED! ECNG Task Force Information 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.   Early Career Networking Group (ECNG) The mission of the Early...

Research Spotlight: Sara Knox

Research Spotlight: Sara Knox   Sara Knox, PT, PhD, DPT Associate Chair and Assistant Professor, Department of Physical TherapyMGH Institute of Health Professions     What is your current research focus or area you are most excited about? My research...

Research Spotlight: Eva Pettemeridou

Research Spotlight: Eva Pettemeridou   Eva Pettemeridou, PhD Clinical Psychology, Center for Applied NeuroscienceKIOS Innovation & Research Center of ExcellenceUniversity of Cyprus   What is your current research focus or area you are most excited about?...

Post-Doctoral Fellow Research

Post-Doctoral Fellow Research The Herrold lab is seeking a post-doctoral fellow to perform neuroimaging data analysis for studies related to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) treatment for co-occurring alcohol use disorder and mild traumatic brain...