The Marquette Athletic and Human Performance Research Center announced the winning research team for the AHPRC 2022-23 pilot award program.
The winning project, titled “Comparison of Six-Minute Walk Test Distance Using the Standard Protocol and on a Woodway Curve Treadmill,” was constructed by a team consisting of:
- Toni Uhrich, clinical assistant professor of physical therapy in the College of Health Sciences and director of the Human Performance Assessment Core
- Dr. Paula Papanek, professor of physical therapy in the College of Health Sciences and director of the exercise science degree program
- Lauren Opielinski, research assistant of exercise science
The AHPRC pilot award program is designed to facilitate and foster collaborative health and performance-related research. The focus of this year’s call for applications was community-engaged research.