Category Archives: PhD.

  The new normal…  

The new normal has no norms; it involves change, flux, and constant motion. Since my departure from my business of 13 years, I have been shuffling my thoughts, my patterns and my ideas. The one constant is that I am working, … Continue reading

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TAMPA 2012 APTA national conference

The APTA national convention is one the largest meetings for the physical therapy profession, and having a poster accepted for presentation was quite the honor. Especially since it was my first one, and I hadn’t the foggiest notion how to … Continue reading

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Lab Blab; Talking science with my homies..

With the beginning of the dissertation phase of my PhD @RMU, calling in the friends and favors has begun. I had put a request on FB for some assistance the week prior to going to the lab at SUNY SB, … Continue reading

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