The Research Center and the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences in the College of Applied Medical Sciences (CAMS) pleased to invite you to attend a lecture entitled “Evidence-based Practice and Knowledge Translation: Future Opportunities and Challenges” from 12 pm to 1 pm, Monday November 9th in the CAMS main auditorium (#118). To register for the lecture, please fill out this online form (http://j.mp/rccams1)

 

The Lecture will be presented by Professor Kenneth Ottenbacher, from the University of Texas Medical Branch, where he holds the Russell Shearn Moody Distinguished Chair in Neurological Rehabilitation. He is the director of the Division of Rehabilitation Sciences; director of the Center for Recovery, Physical Activity and Nutrition; associate director for the Sealy Center on Aging, and senior associate dean for graduate education and research, School of Health Professions. Dr. Ottenbacher has published more than 300 articles and his research has been supported by continuous federal funding since 1984. He is currently the principal investigator or project leader on seven grants totaling more than $15 million dollars.