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Scholarship gift honors a mother’s legacy

When Erica Goldin graduated with her UF master’s degree in occupational therapy last December, her family friends Toni Thompson and David H. Amis thought carefully about the perfect graduation gift for Erica. They decided to honor the memory of Erica’s mother by establishing the Judie Pink-Goldin Occupational Therapy Fellowship. “The gift, incredibly gracious and giving,...

RSD Alumni Spotlight – Arun Jayaraman

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We recently heard from RSD alum, Arun Jayaraman, who provided an update below on what he has been doing since graduation. We enjoy hearing good news from alumni and current students. If you have a story you would like to share please contact us. I graduated from the RSD program in 2008. I went on...

Investigating the daily impact of disability in children

Roxanna Bendixen, Ph.D. Whether it’s recess, extracurricular activities, sleepovers or other forms of social participation, children with disabilities are often on the outside looking in. “It can be hard for many children to make a friend and keep a friend; it’s even harder for children with disabilities,” said Roxanna Bendixen, Ph.D., OTR/L, a research assistant...

Rogelio Coronado

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Rogelio Coronado, Ph.D., PT, FAAOMPT Advisor: Dr. Steven George Track: Movement Science Dissertation: “Cervical and Shoulder Manipulative Therapy Effects on Pain Sensitivity” Degree awarded: May 2014 Publications while a student: Coronado RA, Simon CB, Valencia C, George SZ. Experimental pain responses support peripheral and central sensitization in patients with unilateral shoulder pain. Clin J Pain,...

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The Comeback Kids

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Gloria Every day, there seemed to be a new symptom. What started out as tingling in Gloria McIntyre’s fingertips and toes rippled through her body in a matter of weeks. Soon, she could not lift anything. Then she could not walk. And it was getting more painful by the day. “I went to work one...

Graduate Faculty takes trip to Uganda

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Earlier this month Rehabilitation Science graduate faculty, Dorian Rose, PT, PhD, spent two weeks in Kaihura, Uganda. She brought her clinical knowledge to the small village where physical therapy is an unknown profession. She tells us more about her experience in her own words: For fourteen days between the end of Summer Session and prior...

Graduating MOT Students – Fall 2014

Hello! We are looking forward to seeing you at the MOT Graduate Reception and Awards Ceremony scheduled for Friday, December 19th, at 3:00 PM! Here are some important reminders for you. Please read completely and take action on all items. Check your record on ISIS regularly to ensure there are no holds. Update your address...

A swimmer in the swamp

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Anna-Liisa Pold is a fish out of water. Ever since she can remember, the water has been her home. It started when her father moved her and her mother from Estonia to California in 1992. The location was no accident. Her mother OK’d the move on one condition — if he was taking her across...