Elanna Arhos, PT, DPT (SLU DPT Class of 2018), was awarded the F31 Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award from the National Institute of Health for $46,036. Arhos is a Ph.D. candidate in Biomechanics and Movement Sciences at the University of Delaware. You can learn more about the grant and Arhos' work in ACL research on the University of Delaware website.
In addition to the grant from the NIH, the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research has awarded a PODS II Scholarship to Arhos for a project titled: "Can we modify gait asymmetry after ACL reconstruction?" To learn more about the scholarship, or to contribute to the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, please visit their website.
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