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2017 Seed Award Recipient

Assistant Professor Orestis Panagiotou was selected to receive a 2017 Seed Award from Brown University, Office of the Vice President for Research, for his proposal, "Leveraging heterogeneity across screening centers in the National Lung Screening Trial to inform screening policies." 

See all 2017 Research Seed Award winners.

(Distributed January 26, 2017)

2016 Kleemeier Award goes to Vincent Mor from Brown University

The Robert W. Kleemeier Award is given annually to a member of The Gerontological Society of America in recognition for outstanding research in the field of gerontology. The award, created in 1965, is in memory of a former president of the Society whose contributions to the quality of life through research in aging were exemplary.

The 2016 Kleemeier Award goes to Vincent Mor, PhD from Brown University.

(Distributed November 17, 2016)

Resnik receives ICARE Award

Professor Linda Resnik receives the Providence VAMC Network Director's ICARE Award.  This is a well-deserved recognition of her service to Veterans and moving the field forward for patients with limb loss.

(Distributed October 5, 2016)

Resnik awarded contract by the Department of Defense

Professor Linda Resnik was awarded a three-year contract by the Department of Defense to study the care of Veterans and service members with upper-limb amputations.  Findings will be used to improve quality of care, and inform evidence based policies for device prescription and provision of rehabilitation services. 

(Distributed September 28, 2016)

Professor Resnik to receive Catherine Worthingham Fellow Award

Professor Linda Resnik (Brown) and Research Career Scientist at the Providence VA Medical Center will receive the Catherine Worthingham Fellow Award (FAPTA) from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) at NEXT 2016, APTA’s Annual Conference and Exposition, in Nashville, TN.  The Catherine Worthingham Fellow designation honors individuals whose contributions to the profession through leadership, influence, and achievements demonstrate frequent and sustained efforts to advance the physical therapy profession. 

(Distributed June 9, 2016)
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