ANNOUNCEMENTS


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3rd Annual
CURRENT CONCEPTS in SPINAL CORD INJURY REHABILITATION

APRIL 29, 2017
UPMC Mercy
Ferdinand Clark Auditorium


FELLOWSHIPS
Brain Injury Medicine: (ACGME #3474134001)
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine: (ACGME #3464131017)
Spinal Cord Medicine: (ACGME #3454113017)
Sports Medicine: (ACGME #3424134013)




UPMC Rehabilitation Institute, 2015 Annual Report


The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine provides physician services to UPMC Rehabilitation Institute throughout the UPMC health system.





The Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research & Training is committed to accelerating progress in this emerging field using a network of national expertise to support research collaborations, education and technology development. Visit our website (www.ar3t.pitt.edu) to learn more about our initiatives and programs.

Our Mission

To maximize the health, function and well-being of the people and populations we serve by providing the highest quality rehabilitative medical care, conducting highly relevant, cutting-edge research, and training the next generation of clinicians and researchers.



NEWS

November 2016
Shanti Pinto, MD, Brain Injury Medicine Fellow, will receive the Association of Academic Physiatrists' Best Paper Award for “Cost-Efficacy Analysis of Routine Venous Doppler Ultrasound for Diagnosis of Deep Venous Thrombosis at Admission to Inpatient Rehabilitation.” The award recognizes and seeks to encourage young researchers, while strengthening all investigation in the field of PM&R

Joshua Rothenberg, DO, Sports Medicine Fellow, has been awarded the McLean Outstanding Fellow Award from the Association of Academic Physiatrists. The award recognizes an AAP member Fellow for outstanding academic performance in academic leadership, teaching and education, and research. Dr. Rothenberg will receive the award during the AAP Annual Meeting in February 2017.

October 2016
President Barack Obama on Thursday, October 13, shook hands and fist bumped with Nathan Copeland who was using a mind-controlled robotic arm. "Today he can move that arm just by thinking about it. He can once again feel the touch of another person," said Obama, commenting on groundbreaking research from the department of PM&R. Go to YouTube

July 2016
Amy Houtrow, MD, PhD, MPH will has been awarded the 2016 Outstanding Council Service Award – Pediatric Rehabilitation/ Developmental Disabilities Council at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation on October 22nd ...more

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EVENTS
Panther Rehab Grand Rounds

3rd Wednesday each month
CME available
Dec 21, 2016: Brad Dicianno, MD, MS
Self-management, Mobile Health and Preventive Care in Disability Populations.

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POD CASTS and PRESENTATIONS

Our physicians and scientists in both clinical and research settings have presented several podcasts and presentation on various PM&R subjects. Discover what people are talking about.



Research and Training Websites



The Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research & Training is committed to accelerating progress in this emerging field using a network of national expertise to support research collaborations, education and technology development. Visit our website (www.ar3t.pitt.edu) to learn more about our initiatives and programs.