Thursday, December 16, 2021
2022 Billikens Impacting the Future Speaker Series
How Research Changes Lives
A Speaker Series Examining the Transformative Impact of Physical Therapy Research
How Research Changes Lives is a two-part speaker series hosted by the SLU Program in Physical Therapy. Billikens Impacting the Future, an annual event sponsored by the SLU Physical Therapy Student Association, will raise funds for the Marquette Challenge for The Foundation for Physical Therapy Research. The Irma Ruebling Distinguished Lecture, in its 19th year, is the annual complimentary keynote speaker event hosted by the SLU Program in Physical Therapy.
Billikens Impacting the Future
SLU Physical Therapy Alumni and Faculty Discuss Their Research and its Potential Implications
Billikens Impacting the Future is an annual event sponsored by the SLU Physical Therapy Student Association (PTSA) to raise funds for the VCU-Marquette Challenge benefiting the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research. To learn more about SLU PTSA's fundraising goal, make a gift, or check the fundraising progress, please click here.
Dual-tasking in Neurodegeneration: Considering Attention Allocation and Cognitive-motor Interference in the Quest for Automaticity
SLU Assistant Professor, Dr. Jason Longhurst
DATE: January 27, 2021
TIME: 5:00 p.m. CST
Beyond the Kegel: Research Strategies in Pelvic Health
SLU Alum, Dr. Lori Tuttle
DATE: February 17, 2022
TIME: 5:00 p.m. CST
Learn more about Billikens Impacting the Future.
Irma Ruebling Distinguished Lecture
Innovative approaches to optimize performance in the real world in persons with neurological conditions
Dr. Theresa Ellis
Boston University and Director of the Center for Neurorehabilitation
DATE: March 24, 2022
TIME: 5:30 p.m. CST
Dr. Ellis is a clinician-scientist at Boston University who leads interdisciplinary studies in people with Parkinson Disease and directs the Center for Neurorehabilitation. She has developed and tested rehabilitation/exercise interventions for modifying the progression of disease and disability in persons with Parkinson Disease and is a strong advocate for change in models of care to optimize long-term patient outcomes. For more information see https://www.bu.edu/sargent/profile/terry-ellis-pt-phd-ncs/
More information about the Irma Ruebling Distinguished Lecture presented by Dr. Terry Ellis and how to register is forthcoming.