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Florida Faculty Achievements in Publications

by May 26, 2011

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Two NUHS-Florida faculty members co-authored research studies that were recently published in scientific journals.

Dr. Rebecca Walter, instructor in basic sciences at National’s St. Petersburg campus, co-authored an article on “Effect of fore-aft body mass distribution on acceleration in dogs,” published in the May 15, 2011 issue of the Journal of Experimental Biology.

Dr. Timothy Stark, a new faculty member on the Florida campus, co-authored a study titled “Hand-held dynamometry correlation with the gold standard isokinetic dynamometry: a systematic review.“The article was published in May 2011 in the PM&R Journal (the official scientific journal of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation).

Dr. James Winterstein, President of NUHS remarks: “It’s great to see our Florida faculty keeping up the tradition of all National faculty in research and publication.  Our congratulations go out to Dr. Walter and Dr. Stark.”

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Elizabeth Toth is Communications Coordinator at National University of Health Sciences. She helps promote the university via marketing and public relations efforts. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Arts in journalism and communications from Northern Illinois University.


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