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July 21
Congratulations Megan and Ben
Ben and I would like to share the exciting news of the birth of our son, Ellison Xavier Danzl Lampkin. After bedrest/restricted activity for the last 20 weeks of the pregnancy, he arrived on June 15 - healthy and happy - 8 lbs 13 oz, 20 in. We're all doing well and adjusting to this new life.
 
 
 
 
 
 
I hope you're each doing well! Megan
 
 
June 23
Congratulations to Several Faculty, Current Students and Graduates.
A great example of the collaborative and inter-disciplinary work taking place within the program.
 
Comparison of tongue muscle characteristics of preterm and full term infants during nutritive and nonnutritive sucking. G.J. Capilouto, T. Cunningham, E. Frederick, E. Dupont-Versteegden, N. Desai, T.A. Butterfield
 
 
Comparison of Isokinetic Hip Abduction and Adduction Peak Torques and Ratio Between Sexes. Dai Sugimoto, PhD, Carl G. Mattacola, PhD, David R. Mullineaux, PhD, Thomas G. Palmer, PhD, and Timothy E. Hewett, PhD
 
 

To download the paper: http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog/Sugimoto%20D_CJSM_2014_Hip_Ab_Ad_Ratio.pdf

 

June 20
RHB Baby News
Congratulations to Ashwini Joshi and her husband on the birth of their daughter Aarohi on May 25.
 
Congratulations to Kristie Law and her husband Chris on the birth of their son Johnny on June 19.  Johnny was 8 lbs, 5.6 oz, and 20.5 inches long. 
 
Welcome to the Wildcat Family!
 
 
May 29
New WILDCAT!

Nathaniel Sebert Howard, has arrived to the joy of proud parents Jennifer and Alex Howard and older brother Brayden.  He was born 5/27/14 and tipped the scales and tape at  7lbs 9.6oz, 19" long.

Congratulations Howard Family!!!!

May 27
RHB Spring Colloquium Video
If you missed the 2014 RHB Spring Colloquium or are interested in any of the lectures, the link to the video is posted below:
 
 
 
April 30
UK College of Health Sciences Students to Present at National Meeting
Eight students in the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences' athletic training program and two students in the rehabilitation sciences doctoral program have been invited to present at the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) 65th Clinical Symposia and AT Expo, June 25-28, in Indianapolis.
 
"We are proud to see this stellar group of students, who are continuing the tradition of representing us on the national stage," said Tim Uhl, director of the Musculoskeletal Laboratory and an associate professor in the Division of Athletic Training.  "It is a significant achievement, which demonstrates the high-caliber of students in our program."
 
Below are the students invited to present, along with the titles of their accepted research presentations:
 
  • Julie P. Iannicellie, ATC (AT Student): "Congenital Variation in the Distal Ulna and Subsequent Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Subluxation in a Female Tennis Athlete"
  • Jennifer Werner, ATC (AT Student): "First Rib Stress Fracture in a High School Baseball Player: Case Report"
  • Minda McCullough, ATC (AT Student): "Risk Factors of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury: A Meta-Analysis"
  • Emily Gravelin, ATC (AT Student): "Case Report of a Traumatic Knee Injury in a Middle School Football Athlete"
  • Diamond O'Donovan, ATC (AT Student): "Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome in a Division III Swimmer"
  • Anna Porter, ATC (AT Student): "Scapular Muscle Activities During Closed Chain Shoulder Exercises"
  • Catherine Beckemeyer, ATC (AT Student): "Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type II in a Collegiate Softball Athlete"
  • Derek Rafeldt, ATC (AT Student): "Identifying and Differentiating Ehrlichiosis from Post-Concussive Symptoms in a High School Football Player"
  • Aaron Sciascia, MS, ATC, PES (RHB Doctoral Student): "Establishing Pre-Season Self-Reported Functional Outcome Scores for the Knee, Shoulder, and Elbow in Athletes"
  • Jenny Toonstra, MA, ATC (RHB Doctoral Student): "Factors that Influence Patient Expectations Following Cartilage Repair of the Knee"
 
 
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April 29
Congratulations to Dr. Andreatta!

Check out a story on this year’s Kingston Award winner, Richard D. Andreatta:

http://uknow.uky.edu/content/uk-health-sciences-professor-receives-excellence-teaching-award-1

April 25
RHB Colloquium Presentations

For those that are interested, a link to the RHB Colloquium presentations is below:

 

Dr. Jennifer Howard: NQuery-REDCap

 

Virginia Lacefield: An Introduction to Qualtrics for Research

 

Dr. Dana Howell:  Qualitative Data Management Software

 

Dear Faculty and students,

 

It was great seeing many of you at the RHB Colloquium.  For those that were able to make it, thanks for contributing and participating.   I realize everyone’s time is valuable and recognize that the commitment  required in the mentor-mentee doctoral process is both conscious  and devotional.   It takes significant effort and commitment to make doctoral education effective and I appreciate all you do!

 

To apply one of our presentations today J….please follow the link below and participate in a survey of one of  today’s sessions.   A direct application of Dr. Howards  “participatory example” in her talk today about how to utilize REDCap for large data management.

 

https://redcap.uky.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=5aW35hxjT8

 

 

Thanks and have a terrific week.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

Carl G. Mattacola, PhD, ATC, FNATA
Professor – Director Division of Athletic Training,
Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program
University of Kentucky
College of Health Sciences
Wethington Building, Room 210E
900 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40536-0200
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*Office: (859) 218-0860
*Fax: (859) 323-6003
*E-Mail:
carlmat@uky.edu
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http://www.mc.uky.edu/athletic_training/

April 16
Recent RHB Publications!
Congratulations to recent graduates Christine Waters-Banker and Joseph M. Day on their recent publications!
 
 
February 28
Dissertation Defense Announcement
Name: Nicole Etter
 
Program: Rehabilitation Sciences
 
Dissertation Title: The Relationship between Orofacial Vibrotactile Detection Thresholds and Low-Level Force Control Capabilities in Healthy Adults
 
Major Professor: Dr. Richard Andreatta
 
Date:  Wednesday, April 9, 2014
 
Time:  2:00 PM
 
Place: CON 505
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