We have extended the deadline to submit abstracts for the third annual Disability Research Symposium. U-M students, trainees, staff, and faculty are invited to submit presentation abstracts by no later than 11:59 PM ET on Monday, September 5th.
MI-SCIMS aims to expand and enhance health management for all individuals living—and aging—with SCI in Michigan and throughout the United States.
U-M students, trainees, staff, and faculty are invited to submit presentation abstracts by no later than 11:59 PM ET on Monday, August 8th.
Senior author Dr. Michelle Meade's research on flourishing after SCI was recently featured on Michigan Health's blog.
"We Still Feel Unseen” The Early Days of the Pandemic for Adults with Physical Disabilities in Southeastern Michigan
Results from an IDEAL RRTC study of marginalized communities show fear, Isolation, and feelings of invisibility.
Lead author Dr. Mark Peterson's research on chronic pain after a spinal cord injury was recently featured on Michigan Health's blog.
On Monday, January 17th, 2022, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we met to discuss social justice and disability.
Congratulations to CDHW members Mark D. Peterson, PhD and Carrie Pilarski, PhD who were featured in the August 2021 issue of Paraplegia News Online magazine.
The Arc Livingston will be hosting Navigating Healthy Relationships, a free workshop series for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities that provides information about relationships and sexual health. The information below is courtesy of the Navigating Healthy Relationships website.
Congratulations to U-M CDHW member Claire Kalpakjian, PhD for being selected to receive inaugural ACRM SCI-ISIG Dr. Margaret Nosek Award!
Claire Kalpakjian, PhD, principal investigator for several NIDILRR-funded projects on women with spinal cord injury (SCI), received the inaugural Dr. Margaret Nosek Award from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM).