Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Congratulations to Dailey, Singh, Teran-Yengle, and Vance

Congratulations to Dailey, Singh, Teran-Yengle, and Vance!

Four PhD graduates participated in the convocation ceremony held Friday, May 17th by the Graduate College. These students successfully defended their dissertation thesis in the spring semester. Listed below are their thesis titles and advisors.

Dana Dailey, PT, MS

Fibromyalgia: Pain, Fatigue and Function: Predictors, Dual Task Fatigue and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation.

Mentor: Kathleen Sluka, PT, PhD

 

Bhupinder Singh, PT

The Interplay between Obesity, Biomechanics and Fitness within the Reverse Causation Hypothesis

Mentor: H. John Yack, PT, PhD

 

Patricia Teran-Yengle, PT, MA

Training Strategies to Reduce Knee Hyperextension Gait Patterns in Healthy Women

Mentor: H. John Yack, PT, PhD

 

Carol G. Vance, PT, MA

Examination of Parameters in Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Effectiveness

Mentor: Kathleen Sluka, PT, PhD