Joseph A. Zeni, Jr.
Physical Therapy Department
322 McKinly Lab
Investigations into the biomechanical factors that result in the progression of osteoarthritis and treatment interventions aimed at reducing disability associated with knee pathology. Particular interest in altered movement patterns after total joint replacement and the relationship to disease progression in the non-operated limb. Currently working on innovative and engaging physical therapy interventions to reduce movement asymmetry after total joint replacement and maximize long-term functional outcomes.
- 2008-2009 University of Delaware – Post Doc: Clinical Outcomes Research
- 2008 University of Delaware – Ph.D: Biomechanics and Movement Science
- 2003 Quinnipiac University – MSPT: Physical Therapy
- 2001 Quinnipiac University – B.S.: Health Science
Honors and Awards
- Comprehensive Opportunities in Rehabilitation Research Training (CORRT) Scholar. 2011
- Rose Excellence in Research Award: APTA. 2010
- Faculty Member for 3rd Annual Delaware Orthopaedic Symposium. 2010.
- New Investigator Research Award (Finalist) - Orthopaedic Research Society. 2009
- Course Instructor: Clinical Gross Anatomy (PHYT 622)
- Course Instructor: Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics (PHYT604)
- Course Instructor: Advanced Regional Anatomy (PHYT626)