The AHPRC Pilot Award program is designed to facilitate and foster collaborative health and performance-related research. This year, three winning projects were selected to receive up to $10,000 to help fund their research over the academic year:
- “Physical Activity Patterns and Sex Differences in Adolescent Athletes: A Pilot Study”
- Dr. Jacob Capin, assistant professor of physical therapy in the College of Health Sciences; Jena Heck Street, therapist for the Life After Sports Trajectories (LAST) Laboratory; and Dr. Kaycee Glattke, postdoctorate research associate of physical therapy
- “Validation of Remote-Synchronous and Remote-Asynchronous Physical Performance-Based Outcome Measurement”
- Dr. Daniel Pinto, assistant professor of physical therapy in the College of Health Sciences; Dr. Iqbal Ahamed, professor of computer science in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; and Kieran Mullen, graduate assistant of physical therapy
- “Muscle Contributions to Cardiac Function and Exercise Abilities in Patients with Fontan”
- Michael Danduran, clinical associate professor of exercise science in the College of Health Sciences, and Dr. Salil Ginde of the Medical College of Wisconsin
Learn more about the Pilot Award Program on the AHPRC website.