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Back to School! Connect with Faculty for the VCU-Marquette Challenge

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August means back to school for physical therapy students all over the United States. What better way to kick off new beginnings than by organizing a fundraiser for the VCU-Marquette Challenge? Organizing a fundraiser gives students the opportunity to demonstrate leadership and their dedication to philanthropy. Faculty support is key! Reach out to professors who …

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Summer Internship at the Foundation

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My time at the Foundation has flown by. When I left Wisconsin at the beginning of the summer, it was going to be my first time living away from my home state. I was nervous, but eager to start a new journey in Washington D.C. and at the Foundation for Physical Therapy. I began my …

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Thank You Pittsburgh-Marquette Challenge Participants!

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The Foundation for Physical Therapy would like to thank all physical therapy programs that participated in the 2015-2016 Pittsburgh-Marquette Challenge! This year PT and PTA students broke 2 records: more schools participated than ever before (150) and a historic total was raised for PT research, $354,320! 6 programs received the Award of Excellence by raising $10,000 …

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CoHSTAR’s Summer Institute Webcast June 29th – Join us!

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The newly established Center on Health Services Training and Research (CoHSTAR) completed its first year, but has already made significant contributions toward advancing health services research (HSR) in the physical therapy profession.  Our accomplishments include the appointment of two Visiting Scientists and the first Faculty Fellow, the funding of four Pilot Studies, and our first …

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Thank You Riders

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Now that both of the cross country riders for the Ride for PT Research have had a chance to catch their breath, we at the Foundation wanted to extend our sincerest gratitude to Drs. Stanley Paris and Hilmir Agustsson for their extreme commitment for physical therapy research. With their latest endeavor, they spent over 30 …

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