Diane D. Allen, PT, PhD (pictured here with DPT graduate Jason Gee) was featured in the January 2017 CPTA Education Updates for her poster presentation at the CPTA Annual Conference in Santa Clara in October: "Not Just An Orthotic Device: Use of Torso-Weighting Can Improve Motor Ability Tested with Weights Off in People with Multiple Sclerosis”. Dr.
Associate Professor Richard Souza, PT, PhD was recently featured in a UCSF Newsbreak article about a groundbreaking new imaging technique called quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (qMRI). He's part of a team of researchers called the Musculoskeletal Quantitative Imaging Research Interest Group (MQIR) who are utilizing this technology.
An excerpt from the article:
DPT Alumni Nicole Copti, DPT and Raad Shahriari, DPT, Class of 2016, have just been published in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education. They are first authors, along with faculty members Linda Wanek, PT, DPT and Amber Fitzsimmons, PT, DPTSc, MS, on the position paper entitled "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Inclusion in Physical Therapy: Advocating for Cultural Competency in Physical Therapist Education Across the United States.”
Many UCSF/SFSU faculty, alumni, and DPT students from across the classes attended the 2016 California Physical Therapy Conference in October in Santa Clara.
Faculty presentations included: