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Dr. Susanne M Morton, PT, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware
STAR Health Sciences Complex
540 S. College Ave, Suite 210Q
Newark, DE 19713
Ph: (302) 831-4235
fax: (302) 831-4234
E-mail: smmorton@udel.edu

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Education Research & Grants Service
Current Appointment Professional Organizations Invited Lectures
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LICENSURE (top)

1998-2009 Licensed Physical Therapist, Missouri (#117770)
2004-2009 Licensed Physical Therapist, Maryland (#21147)
2009-2013 Licensed Physical Therapist, Iowa (#003251)
2013-present Licensed Physical Therapist, Delaware (#J1-0003037)

2004-present American Heart Association, basic lifesaving CPR and AED program


EDUCATION (top)

University of Illinois
Washington University in St Louis
Washington University in St Louis
Johns Hopkins University

BS
MS
PhD
Post Doc

1994
1998
2003
2004

Biology
Physical Therapy
Movement Science
Neurology

 


CURRENT APPOINTMENT(top)

Sept 2013 - present

Associate Professor, tenure track
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware College of Health Science

 
PROFESSIONAL HISTORY (top)
1998-1999 Staff Physical Therapist, full-time
Barnes-Jewish Hosp, St Louis MO
1999-2001 Staff Physical Therapist, part-time
Barnes-Jewis Hosp, St Louis MO
2004-2008 Asst Professor, non-tenure track
Dept Physical Therapy & Rehab Science and Dept Anatomy & Neurobiology
Univ of Maryland School of Medicine
2006-2008 Fellow
Human Cortical Physiology Section, NINDS, NIH
2008-2013 Asst Professor, tenure track
Dept Physical Therapy & Rehab Science
Univ of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION (top)

2003
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, New Orleans
2003

Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA

2004
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego
2005
    Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC
2006
Society for the Neural Control of Movement Annual Meeting, Key Biscayne  FL
2006
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Atlanta
2007
Am Congress of Rehab Medicine / Am Society of Neurorehab Annual Meeting
2007
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego
2008
The Science of Balance Rehabilitation, Scottsdale AZ
2008
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington DC
2009
Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA, Las Vegas
2009
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Chicago
2010
Course: The Neural Control of Movement, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
2010
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego
2011
Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA, New Orleans
2012
Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA, Chicago
2012
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, New Orleans
2013
International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis, St. Louis
2013
Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego

HONORS AND AWARDS (top)

  • Patricia Leashy Award (PODS-I) for predoctoral research, APTA Neurol section / FPT. 2001
  • Fellowship Award for predoctoral research, Recent Developments in Cerebellar Res. 2001
  • PODS-II Scholarship Award for predoctoral research, Foundation for PT. 2002

RESEARCH AND GRANTS(top)

Research Interest

  1. Interlimb Coordination and Locomotor Impairments Following Stroke, especially (a) effects of corticospinal tract lesions on human lower extremity coordination and (b) spinal versus supraspinal contributions to interlimb coordination during locomotion.
  2. Mechanisms of Motor Adaptation and Motor Learning, including: (a) cerebral motor versus cerebellar contributions to motor learning, (b) mechanisms of adaptation, operant reinforcement, and use-dependent learning of motor skills and (c) using motor learning approaches to enhance long-term recovery of walking post-stroke.
  3. Motor Cortical Interhemispheric Effects in Health and Disease, including: the role of transcortical connections and ipsilateral motor cortical structures in bilateral leg movements in individuals with post-stroke hemiparesis.
  4. Non-invasive Brain Stimulation to Improve Motor Recovery after Stroke, including whether such treatments as transcranial direct current stimulation or repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation augments traditional physical rehabilitation for sensorimotor recovery post-stroke.
Title Interlimb Coupling of Kinematic & Muscle Activation Patterns Poststroke
Description This project investigates interlimb coupling during bilateral leg movements and specifically how a unilateral perturbation drives motor behavioral changes bilaterally in persons with and without stroke and hemiparesis.
Source Clinical Research Feasibility Funds; U Maryland School of Med GCRC
Amount (dir) $20,000
Period 03/01/2005 – 02/28/2006
Role Principal Investigator
Effort 15%
Sal Support 0%

Title Mechanisms of Impaired Interlimb Coupling Post-stroke
Description This project investigates motor cortical control and interlimb coupling during bilateral leg movements following stroke. We compare coordination of bilateral vs. unilateral leg muscle activation patterns during passive, active, and isometric conditions to determine the effect of the sensorimotor state of a limb on the motor output of the opposite limb. 
Source New Investigator Intramural Award; U Maryland School of Med ORAGS
Amount (dir) $15,000
Period 07/01/2005 – 06/30/2006
Role Principal Investigator
Effort 12.5%
Sal Support 0%

Title Task-Oriented Exercise and Robotics in Neurological Disease
Description The focus of the Center is to optimize functional recovery in individuals with mobility impairment due to stroke using a multi-systems approach. Studies determine, among other things, novel protocols integrating modular robotics with exercise to enhance motor learning.
Source Center of Excellence Grant; Veterans Affairs
Amount (dir) $4,153,100
Period 07/01/2005 – 06/30/2010
PI Richard F Macko, MD and Christopher Bever, MD
Effort 5%
Sal Support N / A
Role

Co-investigator, Neuroplasticity Core, 07/01/2005 – 08/15/2008


Title Effect of Contralateral Leg on Motor Output Post Stroke
Description

The purpose is to determine mechanisms of bilateral leg control in individuals with post-stroke hemiparesis; specifically, to determine the effects of the sensorimotor state of one leg on the motor behavior of the opposite leg.

Source K01; NIH/NICHD; HD050369
Amount (dir) $506,832
Period 04/01/2006 – 03/31/2011
Role Principal Investigator
Effort 75%
Sal Support 75%

Title Motor Adaptation: a Novel Method for Retraining Locomotion Following Stroke
Description This project examines whether individuals with stroke and hemiparesis can utilize a motor adaptation strategy to improve their gait, specifically to improve step length symmetry.
Source Research Grant; APTA Foundation for Physical Therapy
Amount (dir) $40,000
Period 03/01/2009 – 02/28/2010
Role Principal Investigator
Effort 5%
Sal Support 5%

Title Acquisition and Retention of Locomotor Adaptations after Stroke
Description The purpose is to determine mechanisms of impaired acquisition and retention of short-term locomotor adaptations in individuals with stroke and hemiparesis.
Source R21; NIH/NINDS; NS067189
Amount (dir) $275,000
Period 07/01/2010 – 06/30/2012; NCE through 06/30/2013
Role Principal Investigator
Effort 20%
Sal Support 20%

Title Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to Rehabilitate Hemiplegia
Description The purpose is to determine whether transcranial DC stimulation combined with skilled therapy improves long-term rehabilitation outcomes post-stroke more than skilled therapy alone.
Source Biological Sciences Funding Program, University of Iowa
Amount (dir) $25,000
Period 07/01/2011 – 06/30/2012
Role Principal Investigator

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/SOCIETIES (top)

  • American Physical Therapy Association, Neurology & Research Sections, 1997-present
  • Society for Neuroscience, 2000-present
  • Foundation for Physical Therapy, Scientific Advisory Committee, 2007-present
  • Society for the Neural Control of Movement, 2008-present
  • American Physiological Society, Central Nervous System Section, 2010-present
  • NIH Taskforce on Childhood Motor Disorders (Ataxia Group), 2012-present

PUBLICATIONS (top)

PEER-REVIEWED ORIGINAL RESEARCH PAPERS

  1. Morton SM, Lang CE, Bastian AJ. Inter- and intra-limb generalization of adaptation during catching. Exp Brain Res 141(4): 438-445, 2001.
  2. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Relative contributions of balance and voluntary leg coordination deficits to cerebellar gait ataxia. J Neurophysiol 89(4): 1844-1856, 2003.
  3. Morton SM, Dordevic GS, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar damage produces context-dependent deficits in control of leg dynamics during obstacle avoidance. Exp Brain Res 156(2): 149-163, 2004.
  4. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar control of balance and locomotion. Neuroscientist 10(3): 247-259, 2004.
  5. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Prism adaptation during walking generalizes to reaching and requires the cerebellum. J Neurophysiol 92(4): 2497-2509, 2004.
  6. Mostofsky SH, Bunoski R, Morton SM, Goldberg M, Bastian AJ. Children with autism adapt normally during a catching task implicating the cerebellum. Neurocase 10(1): 60-64, 2004.
  7. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar contributions to locomotor adaptations during splitbelt treadmill walking. J Neurosci 26(36): 9107-9116, 2006.
  8. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Mechanisms of cerebellar gait ataxia. Cerebellum 6(1): 79-86, 2007.
  9. Savin DN, Morton SM. Asymmetric generalization between the arm and leg following prism-induced visuomotor adaptation. Exp Brain Res 186(1): 175-182, 2008.
  10. Tseng S, Stanhope SJ, Morton SM. Impaired reactive stepping adjustments in older adults. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 64(7): 807-815, 2009. [PMCID: PMC2691798]
  11. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Can rehabilitation help ataxia? Neurol 73(22): 1818-1819, 2009.
  12. Tseng S, Stanhope SJ, Morton SM. Visuomotor adaptation of voluntary step initiation in older adults. Gait Posture 31(2): 180-184, 2010. [PMCID: PMC2818275]
  13. Tseng S, Morton SM. Impaired interlimb coordination of voluntary leg movements in post-stroke hemiparesis. J Neurophysiol 104(1): 248-257, 2010. [PMCID: PMC2904219]
  14. Morton SM, Tseng Y, Zackowski KM, Daline JR, Bastian AJ. Longitudinal tracking of gait and balance impairments in cerebellar disease. Mov Disord 25(12): 1944-1952, 2010. [PMCID: PMC2939173]
  15. Reisman DS, Bastian AJ, Morton SM. Neurophysiologic and rehabilitation insights from the split-belt and other locomotor adaptation paradigms. Phys Ther 90(2): 187-195, 2010. [PMCID: PMC2816031]
  16. Savin DN, Tseng S, Morton SM. Bilateral adaptation during locomotion following a unilaterally-applied resistance to swing in non-disabled adults. J Neurophysiol 104: 3600-3611, 2010. [PMCID: PMC3007627]
  17. Harris-Love ML, Morton SM, Perez MA, Cohen LG. Mechanisms of short-term training-induced reaching improvement in severely hemiparetic stroke patients: a TMS study. Neurorehabil & Neural Repair 25(5): 398-411, 2011. [PMCID: PMC3098309]
  18. Vasudevan EVL, Torres-Oviedo G, Morton SM, Yang JF, Bastian AJ. Younger is not always better: development of locomotor adaptation from childhood to adulthood. J Neurosci 31: 3055-3065, 2011. [PMCID: PMC3084584]
  19. Savin DN, Tseng S, Whitall J, Morton SM. Poststroke hemiparesis impairs the rate but not magnitude of adaptation of spatial and temporal locomotor features. Neurorehabil & Neural Repair 27(1): 24-34, 2013.
  20. Leira EC, Jorge RE, Coffey CS, Morton SM, Froehler MT, Davis PH, Adams HP Jr. The NIHSS supplementary motor scale: a valid tool for multidisciplinary recovery trials. Cerebrovas Dis 36(1): 69-73, 2013. [PMCID: In Progress]
  21. Hussain SJ, Hanson AS, Tseng SC, Morton SM. A visuomotor adaptation including explicit knowledge and removal of postadaptation errors induced complete 24-hour retention. J Neurophysiol 110(4): 916-925, 2013 [PMCID: In Progress]
  22. Musselman KE, Stoyanov CT, Marasigan R, Jenkins ME, Konczak J, Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Prevalence of ataxia in children: a systematic review. Neurol 2014 (In Press).
  23. Savin DN, Morton SM, Whitall J. Generalization of improved step length symmetry from treadmill to overground walking in persons with stroke and hemiparesis. Clin Neurophysiol 2013 (In Press).
  24. Hussain SJ, Morton SM. Perturbation schedule, independent of error size, alters memory of a locomotor adaptation across days. J Neurophysiol (In revision).

CHAPTERS

  1. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar lesions and effects on posture, locomotion and limb movement. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, edited by Squire LR. Elsevier Ltd. 2009, p 717-722.
  2. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Movement dysfunction associated with cerebellar damage. In: Neurological Rehabilitation, 6th Ed. Umphred DA. Elsevier Ltd. 2013, p 631-649.

REVIEWS

  1. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar control of balance and locomotion. Neuroscientist 10(3): 247-259, 2004.
  2. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Mechanisms of cerebellar gait ataxia. Cerebellum 6(1): 79-86, 2007.
  3. Reisman DS, Bastian AJ, Morton SM. Neurophysiologic and rehabilitation insights from the split-belt and other locomotor adaptation paradigms. Phys Ther 90(2): 187-195, 2010. [PMCID: PMC2816031]

ABSTRACTS

  1. Sahrmann S, Scheets P, Morton S, Norton B. Reliability, correlation, and relationship to function of measures of “tone” in patients with hemiparesis. CSM Phys Ther Abst 255, 1999.
  2. Scheets P, Morton S, Sahrmann S, Norton B. Reliability, correlation, and relationship to function of measures of active motion in patients with hemiparesis. CSM Phys Ther Abst 256, 1999.
  3. Morton SM, Lang CE, Bastian AJ. Intra- and inter-limb generalization of adaptation during catching. Soc Neurosci Abst 63.2, 2000.
  4. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Contributions of limb incoordination and postural control deficits to cerebellar gait ataxia. Soc Neurosci Abst 293.9, 2001.
  5. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Contributions of limb incoordination and postural control deficits to cerebellar gait ataxia. Recent Developments in Cerebellar Research Meeting, St. Louis MO, 2001.
  6. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Does cerebellar damage impair control of interaction torques during walking over obstacles? Soc Neurosci Abst 666.1, 2002.
  7. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Does cerebellar damage impair control of interaction torques during walking over obstacles? CSM Phys Ther Abst 2003.
  8. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Prism adaptation during walking generalizes to pointing and requires the cerebellum. Soc Neurosci Abst 822.7, 2003.
  9. Kingsbury DJ, Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Visuomotor adaptation to prisms: features of walking that contribute to its generalization to reaching. Soc Neurosci Abst 415.15, 2004.
  10. Morton SM, Bastian AJ. Cerebellar adaptation of locomotion: impaired adaptation during split-belt but not coupled treadmill locomotion. Soc Neurosci Abst 415.13, 2004.
  11. Savin DN, Morton SM. Visuomotor adaptation: does the extent of generalization depend on the body part adapted? Soc Neurosci Abst 742, 2006.
  12. Morton SM. Unilateral versus bilateral reciprocal ankle movements in individuals with post-stroke hemiparesis. Soc Neurosci Abst 557.7, 2006.
  13. Tseng S-C, Morton SM, Stanhope SJ. Impaired reactive postural adjustments in the elderly during a visually-guided voluntary stepping task. Soc Neurosci Abst 81.15, 2007.
  14. Harris-Love ML, Perez M, Morton S, Kapteyn R, Cohen L. Neural mechanisms of practice-induced improvement in functional reaching after moderate severity stroke. ASNR/ACRM Abst, 2008.
  15. Harris-Love ML, Perez M, Morton S, Kapteyn R, Cohen L. Neural mechanisms of practice-induced improvements in functional reaching after moderate severity stroke. Soc Neurosci Abst 380.4, 2008.
  16. Savin DN, Tseng S, Morton SM. Interlimb coupling during adaptation to a unilateral perturbation while walking: results in healthy adults and individuals with post-stoke hemiparesis. Soc Neurosci Abst 272.11, 2008.
  17. Tseng SC, Stanhope SJ, Morton SM. Impaired postural adjustments to a predictable perturbation during step initiation in the elderly. Soc Neurosci Abst 275.17, 2008.
  18. Williams WA, Tseng SC, Morton SM. Retention of a newly learned visuomotor adaptation. Committee on Institutional Cooperation SROP / U Iowa McNair’s Scholar’s Prog Conf 2009.
  19. Tseng S, Morton SM. Adaptation and savings of a leg reaching visuomotor rotation task. Soc Neurosci Abst 369.23, 2009.
  20. Cummins F, Ferris J, Goos B, Muff E, Plunkett R, Stagg J, Morton SM. Effects of stroke on adaptation and retention of a novel reaching task. U Iowa Grad Program in PT & Rehab Sci Research Day 2010.
  21. Tseng S, Morton SM. Visually-driven adaptation of interlimb coordination during treadmill walking. Soc Neurosci Abst 687.23, 2010.
  22. Savin DN, Tseng S, Morton SM. Bilateral motor adaptations in response to a unilateral leg perturbation during walking. CSM Phys Ther Abst 2011.
  23. Crane S, Halfman D, Kirk S, Larsen C, Nelson J, Wedeking A, Morton SM. Generalization of prism throwing adaptations to different postures. PT & Rehab Sci Research Day, U Iowa 2011.
  24. Hanson AS, Tseng S, Morton SM. Retention of a visually driven gait adaptation in healthy individuals. PT & Rehab Sci Research Day, U Iowa 2011.
  25. Westemeyer B, Morton SM. Effects of primary motor cortex rTMS on corticospinal excitability and lower limb strength in healthy adults. Medical Student Research Program, Summer Research Fellowship Prog, U Iowa 2011.
  26. Whitford M, Morton SM, Perez MA, Chan E, Cohen LG, Harris-Love ML. Unilateral and bilateral reaching practice post-stroke: preliminary single-session behavioral and neurophysiologic results Soc Neurosci Abst 2011.
  27. Hanson AS, Tseng SC, Morton SM. Retention of a walking visuomotor adaptation in healthy adults. CSM Phys Ther Abst 2012.
  28. Savin DN, Morton SM, Whitall J. Generalization of treadmill locomotor adaptation to overground walking in persons with stroke and hemiparesis. CSM Phys Ther Abst 2012.
  29. Washington JD, Morton SM. Qualifying Reaching Deficits in Individuals with Stroke and Sensorimotor Impairments. Committee on Institutional Cooperation SROP / U Iowa McNair’s Scholar’s Prog Conf 2012.
  30. Hussain SJ, Morton SM. The effect of gradual versus abrupt error feedback on 24-hour retention of a visuomotor locomotor adaptation. Soc Neurosci Abst 2012.
  31. Leira EC, Coffey C, Jorge RE, Morton SM, Froehler MT, Davis PH, Adams HP. The supplementary motor scale of the NIHSS: a valid and efficient tool for multidisciplinary recovery trials. AHA Intl Stroke Conf 2013.
  32. Chapman RM, Yen C-L, Morton SM. The effect of cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on reaching movements in healthy adults. Soc Neurosci Abst 650.16, 2013.
  33. Hussain SJ, Morton SM. The effect of gradual vs. abrupt perturbations on retention of a locomotor adaptation. Soc Neurosci Abst 749.14, 2013.
  34. Yen C-L, Chapman RM, Morton SM. What repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation parameters best induce short-term inhibition of primary motor cortex? Soc Neurosci Abst 468.06, 2013.
 

SERVICE (top)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

JOURNAL REVIEWER
Phys Ther, 2003-present                                                                              
IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng;   Exp Brain Res, 2004-present       
J Neurophysiol;   Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2005-present               
Q J Exp Psych;   Somatosens Motor Res;   J Neurologic Phys Ther, 2006-present                                 
Percept Motor Skills Psych Res, 2007-present                                           
Exper Neurol, 2008-present
Cerebellum;   J Applied Biomech;   Neurorehabil & Neural Rep, 2009-present
Clin Biomech;   Amer J Phys Med Rehabil, 2011-present

JOURNAL EDITOR
Journal of Neurologic PT (Special Issue on Motor Learning, guest editor), 2013

GRANT REVIEWER
Ataxia UK (UK), 2006
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK), 2007-2010
NIH, Sensory, Motor & Cognitive Neurosci Fellowship Study Sect (ad hoc 7/11, 10/11, 2/12, 6/12), 2011-present
NIH, Minority Biomedical Research Support Behavioral Applications Study Sect (ad hoc 10/11), 2011
Medical Research Council (UK, ad hoc 12/11), 2011

CONTRIBUTION TO INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS

PREVIOUS SERVICE (University of Iowa)
Member, Department Curriculum & Instruction Committee, 2008-2013
Member, Department Faculty, Staff & Student Affairs Committee, 2008-2010
Member, Department Research & Development Committee, 2008-2010
Mentor, SROP / McNair’s Scholars Program, Summer Research Program, 2009, 2012
Member, Graduate College Scholarly Integrity Task Force II, 2009-2010
Member, Department DPT Admissions Subcommittee, 2009-2012
Member, Department Interview selection group & Interviewer, 2009-2012
Member, Department Extended Clinical Education Program Task Force, 2010-2013
Member, Biosciences Program Admissions Committee, 2010-2013
Chair, Department Research & Development Committee, 2011-2013
Chair, Department PhD in Physical Rehabilitation Science Program, 2011-2013
Interviewer, Department DPT Admissions, 2012-2013

CURRENT SERVICE (University of Delaware)
Member, UD MRI Facility Task Force, 2013-present
Member, UD PT Department Curriculum Committee, 2013-present
Member, UD PT Department Faculty Search Committee, 2013-2014

Invited Lectures(top)

  1. “Relative contributions of leg ataxia and balance deficits to walking abnormalities in individuals with cerebellar damage”, Research Seminar, Washington University in St Louis Program in PT, St Louis MO. (2002)
  2. “Cerebellar ataxia: impairments of movement coordination and motor learning”, National Ataxia Foundation Maryland Chapter Meeting, Silver Spring MD. (2002)
  3. “Cerebellar contributions to locomotor adaptations during splitbelt treadmill walking”, Research Day Seminar, Univ of Maryland Dept PT & Rehab Science, Baltimore MD. (2006)
  4. “Motor adaptation, motor learning and the effects of stroke on motor learning”. Rehabilitation Service Seminar, Univ of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore MD. (2007)
  5. “Cerebellar and corticospinal control of motor adaptations and interlimb coordination”, Movement Disorders Clinic Seminar, Univ of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore MD. (2007)
  6. Impaired reactive postural control in the healthy elderly”, The Science of Balance Rehabilitation: applications to prevent falls and improve postural stability in normal aging and neurologically impaired individuals, Scottsdale AZ. (2008)
  7. “Motor adaptation: what can short-term motor adaptations tell us about long-term motor learning?”, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics Rehabilitation Therapies Lecture Series, Iowa City IA. (2008)
  8. “Cerebellar motor control”, The Neural Control of Movement Course, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. (2010)
  9. “Mechanisms of human locomotor adaptations”, Marquette University Department of Physical Therapy, Marquette Challenge Speaker Series, Milwaukee WI. (2010)
  10. “Motor adaptation for re-learning locomotor coordination following stroke”, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics Rehabilitation Therapies Lecture Series, Iowa City IA. (2011)
  11. “Cerebellar Rehabilitation”, APTA Neurologic PT Professional Education Consortium Webinar (nationally viewed). (2012)
  12. “Physical Rehabilitation for Individuals with Cerebellar Dysfunction”, Gentiva Health Services Continuing Education Series, Cedar Rapids, IA. (2012)
  13. “Cerebellar Rehabilitation”, APTA Neurologic PT Professional Education Consortium Webinar (nationally viewed). (2013)
  14. “Mechanisms of Cerebellar and Sensory Ataxia”, International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis, St. Louis. MO. (2013)
  15. “Measurement Tolls for Assessing Gait Ataxia”, International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis, St. Louis. MO. (2013)

 

TEACHING

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