Presentations and more Presentations

April has been a busy month for E-town students and faculty.  We had multiple conference presentations, and we are hosting our annual O.T. Graduate Research Symposium on Monday April 18th.  We hope you will join us on Monday.

Earlier this month, Dan Panchik, DSC, OTR/L, attended and presented two posters at the Neuro-Developmental Therapy Association conference, April 1-3 in Memphis TN.

  • Clinical Perspectives on the Utility of the Electronic-Hand Assessment Tool II (E-HAT II). Contributing authors:  Kurt DeGoede, Ph.D.; Jennifer Bush, B.S., MOTS (’15); Taylor Falin, B.S., MOTS (’15) & Lindsay Hetherington, B.S., MOTS (’15).
  • Developing the Electronic-Movement Analysis Tool (E-MAT): Detecting Changes in Tremor. Contributing authors:  Kurt DeGoede, Ph.D.; Christina Hoban, B.S., MOTS (’15); Natalie  Hrynkiewicz, B.S., MOTS (’15) & Jillian Miller, B.S., MOTS (’15)
Ann Marie Potter and 3 recent graduates with poster presentation

Megan Tursi, Monica Loranger, Carly Stull, and Ann Marie Potter. AOTA 2016


The American Occupational Therapy Association’s annual conference, April 7-10, featured various E-town faculty, students, recent graduates and alumni.  We hope everyone had a great time in Chicago!

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