“A Researcher’s Journey from Biomechanics and Movement Science to Physical Activity and Self-efficacy: Lessons learned along the way”
The Steven J. Rose Lectureship in Movement Science is hosted by the WashU Program in Physical Therapy
Dr. Reisman has been a Physical Therapist and researcher for over 25 years with a focus on developing scientifically-based therapies to advance physical rehabilitation and recovery after stroke. Her research spans clinic-based interventions and at-home implementation. Her research has resulted in numerous (90+) publications and awards.
We are currently planning on offering this lecture in-person, with a Zoom option for those who wish to attend virtually. The lecture will take place at 4444 Forest Park Ave in Room 1235. Masks are required for those attending in-person.
To receive an invitation to the seminar and future seminars, please fill out the request form.
For inquiries contact Denee Bowers.