“He is passionate about PT research, eager to engage others within our profession and generous with his time and expertise. I look forward to following Tarang’s career and know that he will continue to serve the APTA and our profession well.” -Dr. Jain’s component leadership
Physical Therapy Professor, Dr. Tarang Jain, was awarded the 2018 Emerging Leader Award from the American Physical Therapy Association. He will be recognized in the October issue of PT in Motion Magazine. The Emerging Leader… Read more
Students of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders won big at this year’s Praxis Bowl, held at the Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ArSHA) convention this past weekend. The team brought home the Praxis Bowl trophy for a second consecutive year, beating teams from other graduate CSD programs from Arizona State University, the University of Arizona, AT Still University, and Midwestern University. Congratulations to… Read more
Occupational Therapy students in the NAU Go Baby Go Phoenix Club volunteered for Believe Beyond Ability to adapt ride-on cars for children who need a source of self-powdered mobility. Check out the video to see what it’s all about:
Thanks to G.K. Lamb for the video.
Public health researchers at Northern Arizona University are looking for participants for a nationwide study on the health benefits of plant-rich, nutrient-dense diet.
Jay Sutliffe, associate professor of nutrition and foods, is the principal investigator for the Nutritarian Women’s Health Study, with nurse practitioner Wendy Wetzel as the co-PI and administrative assistant Julia Scheid. They are working in concert with Dr. Joel Fuhrman, a physician and adjunct professor in the Department of Health Sciences; Fuhrman created the Nutritarian diet, which is the basis for… Read more