UD Physical Therapy Faculty CV

 
 
 

Dr. James C. (Cole) Galloway
Associate Professor 
Department of Physical Therapy 
University of Delaware 
320 McKinly Lab. 
Newark, DE 19716 
Phone: (302) 831-3697
Fax: (302) 831- 4234
E-mail: jacgallo@udel.edu

Primary Appointment Publications
Additional UD Appointments Honors & Awards
Education Committees & Service
Professional History Academic Teaching Experience
Professional Organizations/Societies Presentations & Seminars
Industry Contracts & Consulting Program/Seminar Development
Research & Grants Graduate & Undergraduate Advising
In the News    

PRIMARY APPOINTMENT

  • 2006-present, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware
  • 2000-2006, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware
  • 2000- present, Director, Infant Motor Behavior Lab

ADDITIONAL UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE APPOINTMENTS

  • Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
  • Faculty, Biomechanics and Movement Science Graduate Program
  • Faculty, Center for Biomedical Engineering Research
  • Associate Research Fellow, Early Learning Center

EDUCATION

  • University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS  BS (Exercise Science, Biology) 1987
  • Virginia Commonwealth University - Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA  BS (Physical Therapy) 1989 
  • University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ  Ph.D. (Physiological Sciences) 1998
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Infant Motor Behavior Lab (Esther Thelen, Ph.D.) 1999-2000
PROFESSIONAL HISTORY
  • Woodrow Wilson Rehab. Center, Fishersville, VA- Physical Therapist 1989-92
  • Henning & Cole Therapy Associates, Baltimore, MD- Physical Therapist 1992-93  
  • Northwest Hospital, Tucson, AZ- Physical Therapist 1994

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/SOCIETIES

  • American Physical Therapy Association
      Neurology Section, 1989-1998, 2001-present 
      Research Section, 1989-1995, 2001-2002   
      Pediatric Section, 2000-present
  • Society for Neuroscience, 1995-1998, 2001-present
  • International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, 2000-present
  • International Society for Infant Studies, 2000- present
  • Society for Research in Child Development, 2000- present
  • North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, 2001-present
  • NDTA, 2006
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2001-2001

INDUSTRY CONTRACTS & CONSULTING
  • Snubelgrass Interactive, Inc. 2000-2001
  • Gifts
    Infant motion project, Snubelgrass Interactive, Inc., $5,000, August 2000.
    Anonymous Gift, $1000, May 2003.

RESEARCH & GRANTS

Research Interest

    Dr. Galloway's research focuses on motor behaviors of infants. He is especially interested in how neural, biomechanical, behavioral and environmental influences interaction as infants learn to coordinate their early head, arm and leg behaviors for later skills such as reaching, sitting and walking.
    Dr. Galloway uses standard biomechanical tools and techniques (high speed motion capture, surface EMG, and multijoint equations of motion) as well as qualitative analysis of infants and their families in natural settings such as their homes. In addition to developmental psychology, his work draws from and has implications for neurophysiology, biomechanics, evolutionary biology, neurorehabilitation and robotics.
    Current projects include an ongoing series of studies on the development of object exploration with the arms and legs; shoulder and elbow coordination during the development of reaching; and learning and memory in infants at risk for coordination disorders such as cerebral palsy. Another ongoing series of studies focuses on the effect of early, intensive movement and postural training on motor development in the first months of life. His newest NIH funding (5 yr R01) is for the first comprehensive study of the relationship of advance brain imaging, motor learning and coordination in high risk preterm infants. Most recently, Dr. Galloway has begun collaborations with roboticists in mechanical engineering to development the first generation of mobility devices for special needs infants. His laboratory has also collaborated with toy producers in the development of interactive toys for young infants. Dr. Galloway's lab has been funded by NIH, the University of Delaware, toy industry, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
    Dr. Galloway also has clinical interests in the rehabilitation of adults following traumatic brain injury, and stroke.

Current Lab Members
Michele Lobo, PT, PhD Post Doctoral Fellow
Hui Min Lee, PT BIOMS Doctoral Student
Amy Lynch, OT BIOMS Doctoral Student
Rebecca Wolfinger, DPT/PhD Doctoral Student
Stacey Dusing, PT, PhD Visiting Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University


Previous Lab Members
Anjana Bhat, PT, PhD Kennedy Krieger and University of Conneticut
Jill Heathcock, PT, PhD The Ohio State University

Collaborators
Gail Koshland, PT, PhD - Physiology, University of Arizona

Geert Savelsbergh, PhD - Vrije University, Amsterdam
José Contreras-Vidal, PhD - Kinesiology, Maryland
Connie Feng, PhD - Psychology, Indiana University
David Paul, MD - Neonatology, Christiana Medical Center
Mark Stanton. PhD - Psychology, Delaware
Babatunde Ogunnaike, PhD - Chemical Engineering, Delaware
Anjana Bhat, PhD - Kennedy Krieger, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore
Rebecca Landa, PhD - Kennedy Krieger, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore
Sunil Agrawal, PhD - Mechanical Engineering, Delaware
Petra Huppi, MD Neuroradiology, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Current Support

  • 12/01/06-11/31/11
    Motor learning and coordination in preterm infants. NIH NICHD R01 HD051748-02
    Role: PI (15%) $1,250,000
  • 07/01/08-6/30/10
    Robot Enhanced Mobility: The Capacity for Young Infants to Learn Real World Navigation, and Its Effect on Perception, Action and Cognition Development. National Science Foundation: Developmental and Learning Sciences Program
    Role: PI $324,910 

Previous Support

  • 04/16/01- 4/15/02
    A biomechanical analysis of arm vs. leg reaching in infant’. Delaware Research Foundation
    Role: PI (20%) $30,000
  • 12/01/02-11/31/03
    Effects of Training on Infants’ Abilities to Reach for Midline Objects, American Physical Therapy Association
    Role: PI (20%) $2600  
  • 12/01/03-11/31/04
    The Effects of Training on Reaching Skill in Infants Born Premature. American Physical Therapy Association
    Role: PI (20%) $1000
    12/01/03-11/31//05 (currently under no cost extension)
    Learning to reach: Control of limb dynamics in infancy. NIH NICHD 5R03HD043830-02
    Role: PI (20%) $151,000
  • 2/01/05-03/31/07 Esther Thelen PI
    Dynamical Factors in the Development of Motor Skill. NIH NICHD. 5R37HD022830-19
    Role: Consultant (5%)
  • 2/01/05-03/31/07 Esther Thelen PI
    Dynamical Factors in the Development of Motor Skill. NIH NICHD. 5R37HD022830-19
    Role: Consultant (5%)  

Faculty Advisor for Doctoral Student Research Awards and Grants

  • American Physical Therapy Association McMillan Scholarship
    Michele Lobo (2001)
    Jill Heathcock (2002)
  • American Physical Therapy Association PODS I Scholarship
    Michele Lobo (2002, 2003)
    Jill Heathcock (2002, 2003)
  • American Physical Therapy Association PODS II Scholarship
    Michele Lobo (2004, 2005)
    Jill Heathcock (2004)
  • American Physical Therapy Association, Pediatric Section Clinical research award
    Michele Lobo (2004)
  • University of Delaware Competitive Scholarship
    Michele Lobo (2003, 2004)
  • University of Delaware Dissertation Fellowship
    Anjana Bhat (2004)
  • NIH PT/PhD Training Grant (through the Dept of Physical Therapy)
    Jill Heathcock (2003-present)
  • American Physical Therapy Association, Dorothy Briggs Memorial Scientific Inquiry Award, Jill Heathcock, Michele Lobo, Anjana Bhat (2006)

 

Dr. Galloway in the News:

PUBLICATIONS  
  1. GALLOWAY, C. (1991) Non-traditional use of liftwalker. Clinical Management. 11: 52, May-June.
  2. GALLOWAY, C. (1994) Article Review and Commentary: "Agonist and antagonist activity during voluntary upper limb movement in patients with stroke". Neurology Report. 18:2.
  3. GALLOWAY, C (1995) Distant Thunder: Prognostications on research's impact on upper extremity rehabilitation. Neurology Report. 19:1, pg. 41-43.
  4. GALLOWAY, C. (1995) Introduction to issue on Upper Extremity Function. Neurology Report. 19:1.
  5. KOSHLAND, GF., GALLOWAY, JC., NEVORET-BELL, CJ. (2000) Control of the wrist in three-joint arm movements to multiple directions in the horizontal plane. J. Neurophysiology. 83: 3188-3195.
  6. GALLOWAY, JC., KOSHLAND, GF. (2002) Contrasting dynamics at shoulder and elbow joints during horizontal arm movements. Experimental Brain Research 142: 163-180.
  7. GALLOWAY, JC., THELEN, E. (2003) Feet first: Object exploration in human infants. Infant Behavior and Development. 27: 107-112.
  8. GALLOWAY, JC. (2004) Invited Commentary on Fonseca et al. Dynamic resources used in ambulation by children with spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy: relationship to kinematics, energetics, and asymmetries. Physical Therapy. 84: 355-356.
  9. LOBO, MA, GALLOWAY, JC, SAVELSBERGH, GJP. (2004) The effects of specific and general practice on the development of reaching. Child Development. 75: 1268 – 1281.
  10. GALLOWAY, JC., BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., LOBO, M., MANAL, K. (2004) Differential shoulder and elbow joint power: a general feature of vertical arm movements. Experimental Brain Research. 157: 391-396.
  11. HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M. GALLOWAY, JC. (2004) Performance of infants born preterm and full-term in the mobile paradigm: learning and memory. Physical Therapy. 84:808-821.
  12. HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M. GALLOWAY, JC. (2005) The relative kicking frequency of infants born full-term and preterm during learning and short-term and long-term memory periods of the mobile paradigm. Physical Therapy. 85: 8-18.
  13. KOSHLAND, GF, GALLOWAY, JC, FARLEY B. (2005) Novel muscle patterns for normal kinematics of arm reaching in persons after cervical spinal cord injury. Experimental Brain Research. 164: 133-147.
  14. BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK J., GALLOWAY, JC. (2005) Toy-oriented changes in hand and joint kinematics during early infancy: A cross-sectional study. Infant Behavior and Development. 28: 445-465.
  15. BHAT, A., GALLOWAY, JC. (2006) Toy-oriented changes during early arm movements: Hand kinematics. Infant Behavior and Development. 29: 358-372.
  16. GALLOWAY, JC (In press) The emergence of purposeful limb movement in early infancy: The interaction of experience, learning and biomechanics. Human Movement.
  17. BHAT, A., LEE, HM., GALLOWAY, JC. (2007) Toy-oriented changes during early arm movements II: Joint kinematics. Infant Behavior and Development. 30: 307-324.
  18. BHAT, A., GALLOWAY, JC. (2007) Toy-oriented changes during early arm movements III: Constraints on Joint Kinematics. Infant Behavior and Development. 30-515-522.
  19. GALLOWAY, JC, RHU, J, and AGRAWAL, S. (2008) Babies driving robots: Self-generated mobility in very young infants. Journal of Intelligent Service Robotics. DOI: 10.1007/s11370-007-0011-2
  20. LOBO MA, GALLOWAY JC. (in press) Experience matters: The relationship between experience, exploration and the emergence of means-end performance. Child Development.
  21. LEE HM, GALLOWAY JC. (in press) Toy-oriented changes in early arm movements IV: The coordination of hand, shoulder and elbow. Infant Behavior and Development.
  22. HEATHCOCK, J., LOBO, M. GALLOWAY, JC. (2008) Movement training advances the emergence of reaching in infants born less than 33 weeks gestational age. Physical Therapy 88: 310-322
  23. LYNCH A., LEE, H.M., BHAT, A., GALLOWAY, J.C. (2008) No Stable Arm Preference During the Pre-reaching Period: A comparison of right and left hand kinematics with and without a toy present. Developmental Psychobiology. 2008 50:390-8

Under Review

  • FENG J, GALLOWAY JC, DIEDRICH FJ, ANDREATTA RD, FINAN DS, BARLOW SM, THELEN E. Reflex sensitivity during active leg kicking in young infants. Developmental Psychobiology.
  • TSENG, Y., GALLOWAY JC., SCHOLZ, JP. Is the nervous system’s ability to deal with inter-segmental dynamics related to the use of flexible patterns of joint coordination? Journal of Neurophysiology.

In Preparation

  • GALLOWAY, JC., ALBERS, R.J.N., WINOLD, H., THELEN, E. Interlimb coordination during cello playing. Experimental Brain Research.
  • FENG, J., WINOLD, H., GALLOWAY, JC., THELEN, E. Intralimb coordination during cello playing. Experimental Brain Research.
  • GALLOWAY, JC, THELEN, E. Shoulder and elbow kinematic characteristics in the first year: Evidence for continuity between purposeful reaching and early arm movements. Infant Behavior and Development.
  • GALLOWAY, JC., BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., LOBO, M., MANAL, K. Differential joint control: Shoulder-elbow dynamics during vertical reaches across speeds and body positions. Human Movement Science.
  • LYNCH A, LEE HM, GALLOWAY JC. The application of developmental psychobiological principles to pediatric physical therapy. Pediatric Physical Therapy.

Articles Published by Editoral Invitation


ABSTRACTS

Adult Motor Control

  • KOSHLAND, GF., GALLOWAY C., LICTENHAN, RF., 1995. Variability of two-three joint human arm movements. Soc Neurosci Abstracts 21: 686.
  • GALLOWAY, JC., KOSHLAND, GF., 1997 Differential control: A generalizable rule for multijoint arm movements? Soc Neurosci Abstracts 32: 2088.
  • KOSHLAND, GF., GALLOWAY, JC., 1998 A novel muscle strategy for normal-like kinematics of arm reaching in a person after spinal-cord injury. Soc Neurosci Abstracts 24: 1665
  • ALBERS, RJN., GALLOWAY, JC., WINOLD, H., THELEN, E., 1999 Interlimb coordination in cellists is multiply determined. Soc Neurosci Abstracts
  • GALLOWAY, JC., BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., MANAL, K., LOBO, M., 2001 Shoulder and elbow dynamics during vertical arm movements of various directions and speeds: Implications for development. Soc Neurosci Abstracts
  • GALLOWAY, JC., BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., LOBO, M., 2002 Shoulder and elbow dynamics during vertical arm movements: Implications for infant development and neurological patients. J SPORT EXERCISE PSY 24: 56-57 Suppl.
  • GALLOWAY JC, BHAT A, HEATHCOCK J, MANAL K, LOBO M. 2003 Shoulder and elbow dynamics during vertical arm movements of various directions and speeds. APTA Annual Conference.

Infant Motor Development

  • GALLOWAY, JC., THELEN, E., 1999 Joint excursions in the first year of reaching: non-linear progression with differential control between the shoulder and elbow. Progress in Motor Control II
  • GALLOWAY, JC., THELEN, E., 2000 Joint excursion characteristics in the first year of reaching display a proximal to distal pattern. International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS).
  • GALLOWAY, JC. 2001 Feet First: Object Exploration in Human Infants. Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)
  • BATE, P., GALLOWAY, JC. 2001 Development of Turning in Sitting. SRCD.
  • GALLOWAY, JC., HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M., 2002 Feet reaching: the interaction of experience and ability. ICIS.
  • GALLOWAY, JC., HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M., 2002 Feet reaching: the interaction of experience and ability in fullterm infants. J SPORT EXERCISE PSY 24: 57-58 Suppl. S JUN
  • GALLOWAY, JC., HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M., 2002 Feet reaching: the interaction of experience and ability in preterm infants. J SPORT EXERCISE PSY 24: 57-57 Suppl. S JUN
  • GALLOWAY, JC., HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M., 2002 Learning in fullterm and preterm infants: Implications for intervention with ‘prefunctional’ infants. APTA Annual Conference.
  • LOBO, MA, GALLOWAY, JC, SAVELSBERGH, GJP. 2003 General v. specific movement training of hand and foot reaching in infants. APTA Annual Conference.
  • LOBO, MA, GALLOWAY, JC, SAVELSBERGH, GJP 2003 The effects of general and specific practice on the development of hand reaching in infants. NASPSPA.
  • LOBO, MA, GALLOWAY, JC, SAVELSBERGH, GJP. 2004 General and Task-related Experiences effect Early Object Interaction. Toy-oriented changes in hand and joint kinematics during early infancy: A cross-sectional study ICIS
  • HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M GALLOWAY, JC. 2004 Relative interlimb kicking frequency of full-term and preterm infants in the mobile paradigm. ICIS
  • BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., LOBO, M GALLOWAY, JC. 2004 Spatio-temporal patterns of Early Arm Movements. ICIS
  • DUFF, S., BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., KOZIN, S., GALLOWAY, JC. 2004 Novel Movement Training in Infants with Erb's Palsy. NASPSPA.
  • LOBO, M.A., GALLOWAY, J.C., SAVELSBERGH, G.J.P. 2005. General & task-related experiences affect early object interaction. Motor Development & Learning In Infancy II (MDL II).
  • LOBO, M.A., GALLOWAY, J.C. 2005. Effects of social, postural, and task-related experiences on infants' abilities to contact & explore objects. MDL II.
  • HEATHCOCK, J., GALLOWAY, JC. 2005 The effect of enhanced movement experience on motor behavior of Preterm infants: Performance in the mobile paradigm. MDL II.
  • HEATHCOCK, J., GALLOWAY, JC. 2005 The effect of enhanced movement experience on motor behavior of Preterm infants: Emergence of hand and feet reaching. MDL II.
  • HEATHCOCK, J., BHAT, A., LOBO, M, GALLOWAY, JC. 2005 Performance of Full-term and Preterm infants in the Mobile Paradigm: Learning, Memory and Kicking Patterns. MDL II.
  • LEE, H., BHAT, A., HEATHCOCK, J., LOBO, M., GALLOWAY, J.C. 2005 The emergence of purposeful reaching 1: Cross sectional changes in toy-oriented hand and joint kinematics. MDL II.
  • HEATHCOCK, J., MACKLEY, A., PAUL, D., GALLOWAY, J.C. 2006 The effect of movement training on spontaneous kicking and reaching in preterm infants. Annual Pediatric Academies Societies Meeting.
  • HEATHCOCK, J., GALLOWAY, J.C. 2006 The effect of movement training on spontaneous kicking and learning in preterm infants. ICIS (Japan).
  • HEATHCOCK, J., GALLOWAY, J.C. 2006 The effect of movement training on hand reaching in preterm infants. ICIS (Japan).
  • LOBO, M., GALLOWAY, J.C. 2006 Postural and task-related experiences advance infants' abilities to contact and explore objects. ICIS (Japan).
  • BHAT A. N.; GALLOWAY, J. C. ; LANDA, R. (2007) Learning, Visual Attention, Affect, and Coordination in young infants at risk for autism and typically developing infants. SRCD
  • LEE, H. M.; BHAT, A; GALLOWAY, J. C., "Coordination of arm movements in healthy full term infants from prereaching to the onset of reaching," American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting (APTA CSM, 2007).


Guest Editor

  • GALLOWAY, C., 1995. Special Issue on Upper Extremity Function. Neurology Report. 19:1.


Books, Book Chapters, Book Reviews by Editorial Invitation

  • GALLOWAY, JC., THELEN, E. 2001 Object exploration in human infants: Feet vs. Hands. Advances in motor development and learning in infancy: Behavioral, neurological, and modeling issues. Van der Kamp, J., Ledebt, A., Savelsbergh, G. and Thelen, E. (eds).
  • GALLOWAY, JC., 2001 Review of Classics in Movement Science. Doody's Review Service.

HONORS & AWARDS 

  • Honor Graduate, Univ. of Southern Mississippi. 1987
  • Gold Key Society, senior leadership award, Univ. Of Southern Mississippi. 1987
  • Dean's Council, Medical College of Virginia. 1988-89
  • Terry Wise Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence, Medical College of Virginia. 1989
  • Predoctoral Fellow-NIH Training Program in Motor Control Neurobiology, Univ. of Arizona. 1994-1997
  • Graduate College Scholarship, Physiological Sciences, Univ. of Arizona. 1995
  • Patricia Leahy Doctoral Scholarship, Neurology Section, APTA. 1996
  • Graduate College Travel Award, Univ. of Arizona. 1996
  • International Travel Award, University of Delaware. 2002
  • ERRIS/NIH Grant workshop Scholarship. 2003
  • Margaret L. Moore Outstanding New Academic Faculty Member, American Physical Therapy Association. 2005
COMMITTEES & SERVICES

Journal related service

  • Editorial Board Member, Physical Therapy. 2006-present.
  • Manuscript reviewer: J. Neurophysiology, Experimental Brain Research, Child Development, Infant Behavior and Development, Neurology Report, Motor Control, Physical Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy, J. Biomechanics, J. Applied Development, Brain and Language, Infant and Child Development, Developmental Psychology.

Grant related service  
  • Ad hoc Study Section Member, NIH; Psychosocial Development, Risk, and Prevention Study Section
  • Ad hoc Reviewer, National Science Foundation
  • Ad hoc Study Section Member, DOE, National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research .

National
  • Judge, International Science and Engineering Fair, Tucson, AZ
  • National Task Force on Research in the Clinic, Neurology Section, APTA. 1996-1997
  • State Representative, Delaware Chapter, Society for Neuroscience. 2001-present
  • NASPSPA conference abstract reviewer: Motor Development. 2003
  • Reviewer, Amer. Assoc. Advancement of Science, Women's International Science Collaboration Program. 2003

Regional
  • Regional Action Agenda Council, Dept. of Rehabilitative Services, Virginia State Agency. 1991-92
  • Executive Committee, Physiological Sciences Program, Univ. of Arizona. 1994-1995
  • Graduate Student Member, Physiological Sciences Program 5 year Internal/External Review. 1995
  • Coordinator, Student Forum, Physiological Sciences Program, Univ. of Arizona. 1996
  •  Activity Committee, Physiological Sciences Program, Univ. of Arizona. 1996-1997
  • Judge, Southern Arizona Regional Science, Math and Engineering Fair, Tucson, AZ. 1997-98

University
  •  Admissions Committee, Dept. of Physical Therapy. 2000 -present
  •  Senator (Physical Therapy), College of Arts and Science. 2001-present
  • Program Council, Early Learning Center, CHEP. 2002-present
  •  Faculty Search Committee, Motor Development, Dept. of Health and Exercise Sciences. 2002
  • Faculty Search Committee, Behavioral Neuroscience, Dept of Psychology. 2003-2004
  • Staff Search Committee, Early Learning Center, CHEP. 2004

ACADEMIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Medical College of  Virginia , Virginia Commonwealth University

  • Cerebrovascular Accident Rehabilitation module - 50 graduate, 1991-93
    Lecture topic: Evaluation/Program planning
  • Neurophysiology/ Neuroanatomy Laboratory 460L - 50 graduate, 1992
    Lecture topic: Gross anatomy/physiology
    graduate

University of Maryland, Baltimore

  • Neurophysiology/ Neuroanatomy 460 50 graduate, 1992

Towson State University

  • Rehabilitation Module: Physical Therapy Issues 60 undergraduate, 1992

University of Arizona

  • Physiology 419 Laboratory: Physiology for Engineers - 15 undergraduate, 1994
    Labs: 1) Introduction to Instrumentation, 2) Membrane Potential
  • Physiology 418: Physiology for Engineers - 15 undergraduate, 1994-1996
    Lecture topics: 1) Basic Cellular Principles, 2) Cell Structure/Function, 3) Principles of Transport, 4) Intercellular Communication, 5) Membrane/Graded/Action Potential, 6) Action Potential Propagation/Synaptic Transmission, 7) Functional Anatomy of the Nervous System I & II, 8) Skeletal Muscle I,II,III.
  • Physiology 601/801: Systems Physiology 35 graduate 1995
    Lab and lecture: 1) Electrocardiogram, 2) Mechanical heart model
  • Physiology 566: Physiology Lab 5 graduate/5 undergraduate 1995
    Labs: 1) Renal Part I, 2) Renal Part II
  • Physiology 480/580: Human Physiology 40 graduate/90 undergraduate 1995-1998
    Lecture topics: 1) Cellular Principles, 2) Nervous System, 3) Skeletal Muscle, 4) Gastrointestinal, 5) Renal

Indiana University

  • Psychology 493/4: Supervised research/Research seminar 10 undergraduate 1999 Lecture topics: Development of reaching I-III

University of Delaware

  • Physical Therapy 617/805: Rehabilitation 35 professional 2000-present Coordinator and Lecturer in Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Physical Therapy 618: Lifespan Development 35 professional 2000-present Lecture topic: Infant Development
  • Physical Therapy 623: Clinical Neuroscience 35 professional 2000-present Lecture topics: Molecular, Cellular and Systems Neurophysiology
  • Physical Therapy 630: Human Motor Control 10 graduate 2002-2003
  • Physical Therapy 811: Pediatrics 35 professional 2004 to present Coordinator and Lecturer in Typical Development, Developmental Motor Control

PRESENTATIONS & SEMINARS

Invited Presentations
Motor Control: Development

  • "Joint excursion characteristics in the first year of reaching", Developmental Seminar, Indiana Univ., Sept. 1999.
  • "Lifespan coordination of reaching behavior", Developmental Seminar, Indiana Univ., March 1999
  • “Reaching and Object Exploration”, Division of Graduate Medical Education, Seton Hall Univ., May, 2000.
  • "The search for general features of coordination”, Univ. of Maryland Dept of Physical Therapy, Baltimore, Oct. 2000.
  • “Development of the infant”, Shenandoah University, April 2001.
  • “Infant motor development”, UD Biomechanics and Movement Science seminar, Sept. 2001
  • “Developmental principles: Application to functional retraining”, UD Continuing Education, Dec. 2001
  • “Infant motor development: Transition to Function”, Early Experience Research Group, UD, March 2002.. 2001
  • “Development and coordination of purposeful limb movement”, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Aug. 2003.
  • “Development and coordination of purposeful limb movement”, Dept. of Kinesiology, Univ. of Maryland, Oct. 2003.
  • “Development and coordination of purposeful limb movement”, Doings in Motor Control, Univ. of Arizona, Jan. 2004.
  • “The neurobiology of early intervention”, BIOMS seminar, UD, March 2004.
  • “Learning and coordination: Assessment of the young infant”, Neonatal Grand Rounds, Christiana Medical Center, Oct. 2004.
  • “The emergence of purposeful control in early Infancy: Implications for EI.” Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, Feb. 2005
  • “Motor learning assessment for infants at risk for CP” at Motor learning based intervention for children with cerebral palsy. Shriners Hospital, Philadelphia, April 2005.
  • “The emergence of purposeful behaviors in early infancy”, at The Spectrum of Developmental Disabilities. Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, April 2005.
  • “The emergence of reaching” at Motor Development and Learning in Infancy II, Spain, May 2005.
  • “The emergence of purposeful behaviors in early infancy”, at AI DuPont Conference on Pediatric Physical Therapy, Wilmington, DE, June 2005.
  • “The emergence of purposeful movement: the role of learning, experience and biomechanics”, at International Conference on Infant Studies, Kyoto, Japan, June 2006.
  • “Babies Gone Wild: Recent Adventures of the Infant Behavior Lab” Delaware Biotechnology Institute Seminar Series, Sept. 2007

Motor Control: Adult

  • "The coordination of transport and grasp in human reaching", Univ. of Arizona, March, 1994
  • "Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy", Muscle Physiology Colloquium, Univ. of Arizona, 1995-1996
  • "History of neurorehabilitation", Motor Control Seminar, Univ. of Arizona, May, 1995
  • "Non-intuitive relationships between muscle activity and joint motion in arm movements", Univ. of Arizona, Feb, 1995
  • "Variability of 2 JT vs. 3 JT human arm movements", Physiological Sciences Program, November, 1995
  • "The control of body orientation and equilibrium in vertebrates", Motor Control Colloquium, April, 1996.
  • "Muscle torque-joint velocity relationships during multijoint arm movement", Univ. of Arizona, October, 1996
  • "Muscle torque-joint velocity relationships in launching the arm", Motor Control Seminar, Univ. of Arizona, Nov. 1996
  • "Using biomechanics to discuss neural control ", Physical Therapy, Arizona Health Sciences School, Nov. 1997
  • "Differential control: muscle roles in multijoint arm movements", Univ. of Kentucky, Physical Therapy, Jan. 1998
  • "Muscle torque roles in arm movements", Arizona State Soc. for Neuroscience, Arizona State Univ., Jan. 1998
  • "Muscle torque roles in arm movements", Motor Control Seminar, Univ. of Arizona, Jan. 1998
  • "Differential control: a general strategy for initiating arm movements?", Combined Sections, APTA, Boston, Feb. 1998
  • "Biomechanics of dexterity: modern thoughts on Bernstein’s problems" Motor Control Colloquium, Feb. 1998
  • "Differential control: muscle roles in multijoint arm movements", Indiana Univ., April 1998,
  • "Interlimb coordination of playing the cello", Doings in Motor Control Seminar, Univ. of Arizona, April 1999.

Clinical Seminars

  • Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
    • "Physical Therapy Management of Individuals with Complete Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)", Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center (WWRC), Oct. 1989-1991.
    • "Physical Therapy Management of Individuals with Incomplete SCI", WWRC, April 1990-1991.
    • "Physical Therapy Management of Individuals with SCI: Accent on Independence", WWRC, 1992.
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
    • "Neuroscience Update", WWRC, June, 1991.
    • "Evaluation/Program Planning for Individuals following CVA", Med. College of Virginia, 1991-1993.
    • "Evaluation of Motor Control in Stroke Rehabilitation", WWRC, 1991-1992
    • "An Overview of Stroke Evaluation and Program Planning", WWRC, 1991-1992.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation
    • "Evaluation and Program Planning of Individuals following TBI", WWRC, April, 1991.
    • “Evaluation and Program Planning of an Individual with TBI”, UD PT Rounds, 2002.
    • “Novel approach to DPT education: Traumatic Brain Injury”, Delaware Brain Injury Association, Nov. 2003.
    • “Update on teaching strategies: Traumatic Brain Injury”, Delaware Brain Injury Association, Feb. 2005.
  • Research Utilization in Neurorehabilitation
    • "Theory in the Clinic: You're Better When You Think", Virginia Physical Therapy Association (VPTA), August, 1991.
    • "Foundations for Establishing a Research-Based Clinical Practice", VPTA State Conference, April, 1992.
    • "Single Subject Design as a Clinical Assessment Tool", WWRC, February, 1992.
    • "Clinical theory building and modern motor control theory", Dept. of Physical Therapy, Northern Arizona Univ., 1995
    • "Clinical Theory Building: thinking about research’s role in clinical practice", Physical therapy program, Arizona Health Sciences School, Nov. 1997
    • "Clinical Theory Building II: a role for research in the clinic", Physical therapy program, Arizona Health Sciences School of the KCOM, Dec. 1997
  • Clinical Neurophysiology and Motor Control
    • "Clinical Neurophysiology", Southern Arizona Rehabilitation Hospital, January, 1994.
    • "Lifespan Development of Reaching", Feldenkrais Workshop, Bloomington, IN, April, 1999.
  • Assistive Technology in Rehabilitation
    • "Recreating the Wheel: The Hows and Whys of Wheelchairs and Seating", WWRC, March, 1992.
  • PROGRAM/SEMINAR DEVELOPMENT

    • Evaluation/Program Planning for Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke and Head Trauma Clients, WWRC, 1991
    • Foundations for Establishing a Research-Based Clinical Practice, VPTA State Conference. 1992
    • Neurorehabilitation Update, Southern Arizona Rehabilitation Hospital, Tucson. 1995
    • Falling in the Elderly, Southern Arizona Rehabilitation Hospital, Tucson. 1995
    • Faculty Research Day/Poster Session, Dept. of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware. 2000-2003
    • Organizer, Grass Foundation Lecturer, Society for Neuroscience Delaware Chapter. 2001, 2003
    • “The emergence of purposeful movement” symposium within Motor Development Research Consortium. 2004
    • “The emergence of purposeful control” symposium within NASPSPA Annual Conference. 2005
    • Issues in Early Intervention: Science, Intervention, Policy & Reality, Iowa Dept of Education. 2006


    GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING

    Graduate and undergraduate advising
    Doctoral dissertation and Master’s Thesis committees (all Biomechanics and Movement Sciences Program unless denoted)

    Chair:
    1. Anjana Bhat, MSc., PT (PhD awarded 2005)
    2. Jill Heathcock, MPT (PhD awarded 2006)
    3. Michele Lobo, MPT (PhD awarded 2006)
    4. Hui Min Lee, PT (MS awarded 2005)
    5. Amy Lynch, OT (PhD enrolled 2006)
    6. Hui Min Lee, PT ( PhD enrolled 2005)
    7. Rebecca Wolfinger (DPT/PhD enrolled 2007)

    Member:
    1. Jennifer Stevens, MPT (PhD awarded 2001)
    2. Yaweng Tseng, MS (MS awarded 2002)
    3. Darcy Reisman, MPT (PhD awarded 2004)
    4. Yaweng Tseng, MS (PhD awarded 2005)
    5. Jeng-Feng Yang (PhD candidate)
    6. Kevin Brown (Neuroscience, PhD candidate)
    7. Priya Pabreja (Exer. Science, MS awarded 2006)
    8. Karyn Oberman (MS, Biology awarded 2006)
    9. Janet Mendonca (PhD, Biology candidate)

    Graduate and undergraduate research assistants or independent study
    Graduate
    1. Yaweng Tseng, MS (BIOMS)
    2. Sara Shields (DPT)

    Undergraduate:
    Alyson Ferguson (Biology)
    Amanda Rowe (Biology)
    Amy Bunting (Exercise Science)
    Anthony Carrol (Exercise Science)
    Andrew Larason (Newark Charter School)
    Brittany Klimowicz (Biology)
    Chris Bourke (Biology)
    Christl Sunkler (Undecided)
    Diniece Barron (Biology)
    Denise Campbell (Biology)
    Eric Bayer (Biology)
    Erin Salo (Biology, Science & Engineering Scholar)
    Fariba Siddiqui (Biology)
    Gina Otten (Biology)
    Huyenlan Nguyen (Biology)
    Janeen Farrell (Ex. Science, Science & Engineering Scholar)
    Jen Driscoll (Biology)
    Jessica Haley (Education)
    Jill Cameron (Biology)
    Job Jean (Biology)
    Julia Kelly Exercise Science
    Kara Mortifoglio (Biology)
    Karrie Larrie (Biology, Science & Engineering Scholar)
    Karrie Lowry (Biology)
    Kate Christian (Neuroscience)
    Kevin Mills (Exercise Science, Peter White Fellowship)
    Kyle Rascoe (Exercise Physiology)
    Lanny Nguyen (Biology)
    Laura Tabellion (DPT)
    Lauren DeMarco (Biology)
    Lauren Douglas (Biology)
    Lauren Emerson (Biology)
    Lee Vuong (Biology)
    Lindsey Moore (Exercise Science)
    Madan Soundar (Biology)
    Mary Kondos (Biology)
    Matt England (Biology)
    Maura Rupp (Biology)
    Mark Szarleta (Biology)
    Meghan Hajek (DPT)
    Meredith Wright (Biology)
    Michele Parisi (Biology)
    Morgan Randles (Biology)
    Quyen Duong (Biology)
    Rachel Farley (Biology, Science & Engineering Scholar)
    Rebecca Silver (Biology)
    Roshini Rajwani (Biology)
    Sarah Burrows Exercise Science
    Sarah Esposito (Biology)
    Shalu Sounderrajan (Biology)
    Tony D’Angelo (Biology)
    Jessica Ahonen (Biology)
    Mariem Abdou (Biology)
    Danielle Belardo (Psychology)









     
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