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Kessler Foundation Research Center Human Performance Movement Laboratory and Rehabilitation Engineering Collaboration

July 6, 2007



NIDRR Fellowship Training Grant for Neuro-Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Interviews are underway for this post-doctoral research interdisciplinary training program on Neuromusculoskeletal Rehabilitation to provide postdoctoral research opportunities to qualified individuals interested in research, and academic careers related to rehabilitation research. Core faculty involved in the program represent the associated departments of physical therapy, occupational therapy, rehabilitation science and engineering, biomechanics, motor control, biomedical engineering, computer science and mechanical aerospace engineering. The ultimate goal is to train Fellows to become independent researchers in the field of physical rehabilitation.

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Foundation Researchers Contribute to Special SCI I

Foundation Researchers Contribute to Special SCI I

May 20, 2007

SCI researchers at Kessler Foundation author 6 Articles in March special issue of Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

May 20, 2007- The articles summarize research conducted by the Northern New Jersey SCI Model System (NNJSCIMS), one of 14 federally funded systems throughout the United States.  Each system collects key data and conducts research that improves quality of life for people with spinal cord injury. Every five years, SCIMS researchers publish their findings in a special issue.  This issue of Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation contains 24 articles, including six from NNJSCIMS. These articles cover pain management, motor recovery, socioeconomic factors, current research outcomes and sensory classification for motor complete

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UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School

May 1, 2007

Faculty of the Year 2007-8: Joel A. DeLisa, M.D. in Clinical Sciences and Michael B. Mathews, Ph.D. in Basic Sciences

Clinical Sciences - Joel A. DeLisa, M.D.Dr. DeLisa is being honored for contributions well beyond his role as a Chair at NJMS. Widely recognized as a leader in academic medicine, Dr. DeLisa has been an invited speaker at numerous national and international meetings. Dr. DeLisa serves as Editor-in Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice, the leading textbook in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation within the U.S. and the world. In addition to publishing very extensively and serving as Editor of the Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine from 1999 to 2005, he has made important contributions to many national and international