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May 17
Congratulations Drs. Nathan Johnson and Phillip Gribble
RHB faculty member Dr. Nathan Johnson is currently featured on UKKNOW for his research related to exercise, aging, and Alzheimer’s disease. Read about it here: http://uknow.uky.edu/content/study-regular-exercise-any-age-could-keep-mind-young Additionally, Dr. Johnson and fellow RHB faculty member Dr. Phillip Gribble were recently notified that their proposal for an internal pilot grant through Sanders-Brown to study “Additive effects of ankle instability on the changes that occur in brain structure and balance in the aging” was funded.
May 15
Congratulations to Conrad Gabler
New RHB graduate Conrad Gabler has a new publication titled "Comparison of Graft Failure Rate Between Autografts Placed via an Anatomic Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Technique: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Meta-regression" in the American Journal of Sports Medicine. The full text article can be found here: http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog/Gabler_etal_Am%20J%20Sports%20Med-2016-Gabler-1069-79.pdf
May 15
Congratulations to Vrushali Angadi
RHB doctoral candidate Vrushali Angadi recently published a chapter in “Cases in Head and Neck Cancer.” The book can be found at the publisher's site here: https://www.pluralpublishing.com/publication_chnc.htm
April 25
PT Grant Funding Opportunities
Several scholarship and grant funding opportunities are available through the Foundation for Physical Therapy, including the Florence P. Kendall Post-Professional Doctoral Scholarship, Orthopaedic Research Grant, and Moffat Geriatric Research Grant. Deadlines are August 3, 2016. For more information, visit this link: http://pivot.cos.com/funding_main
April 13
New RHB Publication in Journal of Gerontological Nursing
Christen Page MS/CCC-SLP and Graham D. Rowles, PhD recently published an article titled "It Doesn’t Require Much Effort Once You Get to Know Them" (Certified Nursing Assistants’ Views of Communication in Long-Term Care). The full text article can be found here: http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog/it-doesnt-require-much-effort.pdf
March 18
New RHB Publication in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Current RHB doctoral candidate Aaron Sciascia and former RHB doctoral student Cale Jacobs are co-authors on a new article titled "Preoperative opioid use associated with worse outcomes after anatomic shoulder arthroplasty." The full text article can be found here: http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog/Morris_TSA.pdf
March 01
New RHB Publication by Masa Terada and Phillip Gribble
Post-doctoral fellow Masa Teraada and faculty member Phillip Gribble have a new publication in the Journal of Sport Science. The article investigates the effect of an altered visual focus on postural control performance in those with chronic ankle instability. The full text article can be found here: http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog/Terada%20and%20Gribble%202016.pdf
February 23
2016 Position Statement: Nutrition for Athletic Performance
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietitians of Canada, and the American College of Sports Medicine have released a joint position statement titled Nutrition and Athletic Performance. The article is co-authored by Travis Thomas, Assistant Professor in UK's College of Health Sciences. The full text article can be viewed at the link below. http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog/Nutrition_and_Athletic_Performance.25.pdf
February 03
New RHB Publication by Phillip Gribble
RHB faculty member Phillip Gribble has a new publication in the American Journal of Sports Medicine titled "Prediction of Lateral Ankle Sprains in Football Players Based on Clinical Tests and Body Mass Index." The full text article can be found at this link:
 
 
February 03
New RHB Publication by Paul Kline
RHB doctoral student Paul Kline has a new publication in Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise titled "Clinical Predictors of Knee Mechanics at Return to Sport Following ACL Reconstruction." The abstract can be found at this link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26694845?dopt=Abstract
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