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October 9, 2013
4:00-8:00PM

The Robert Livengood Student Research Forum

Featuring Keynote from: Dr. Catherine Quatman-Yates

University of Toledo | Toledo, OH



 
Programming: 

The faculty from the DPT Program at the University of Toledo invites all clinicians in the Northwest District to attend The Robert Livengood Student Research Forum.

 

The keynote speaker is Catherine Quatman-Yates, PT, DPT, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati in the College of Medicine and physical therapist for the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Division of Sports Medicine Biodynamics Center.  Dr. Quatman-Yates is the principal investigator on a research study, "Postural Sway Complexity as a Biomarker for Concussion in Children and Adolescents" funded by the Cincinnati Children's Medical Center.  She also serves a consultant on various other funded research studies related to concussion management in youth. 

 

Dr. Quatman-Yates has published over 10 peer-reviewed research papers, authored a textbook, and has presented her research at numerous national and regional conferences.  She is a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Sports Management and the Journal of Health Psychology. 

 

Dr. Quatman-Yates will provide a 60 minute presentation entitled - Post-Concussion Rehabilitation for Children and Adolescents: Opportunities for Physical Therapists to Change Patient Outcomes.

 
Schedule:

 

University of Toledo, Main Campus: 2801 West Bancroft Street - Toledo, OH 43606

Room 1711 Health & Human Services Building (Parking in Area A1 S)


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