Congratulations to Dr. Kimberly Topp, Professor and Chair Emeritus, on receiving the A.J. Ladman Exemplary Service Award! A well deserved honor for her tireless service to the profession (both anatomy and physical therapy!), to the Association, and its members.
Dr. Lydia Le Page has been awarded a Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellowship by the National Academies. She will be spending 3 months in Washington DC as part of the Healthy Longevity Global Roadmap team, at the National Academy of Medicine.
The Inside UCSF 2020 application is now open! The UCSF Department of Physical Therapy is excited to invite you to apply and learn more about our Doctorate in Physical Therapy. This is an opportunity for current undergraduate students interested in an inside look at UCSF’s graduate programs to attend a two-day event highlighting education and career possibilities. There is no cost to selected applicants.
Another group of exceptional individuals was welcomed into the Physical Therapy profession! The class of 2022 had their White Coat ceremony on Sept. 29. The ceremony featured a keynote address by Dr. Wendy Katzman, Professor Emeritus, who spoke about “PT Practice: Beyond the Shake and Bake.”