Haley Hansen (PT2) was awarded first place in the poster competition in the medical student category (which includes all health professions students) at the Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum (MSBRF).
The MSBRF is an annual conference co-hosted by UNMC and Creighton that specifically gives graduate students and health professions students a venue to present their research. More information about the MSBRF can be found here.
Haley’s poster was titled: Minimal Detectable Change in Dual Task Cost in Older Adults With and Without Cognitive Impairment. Haley received a College of Medicine Summer Research Scholarship last summer and worked on this project under the mentorship of myself and Joseph Siu. Haley will also be presenting this work at the APTA NEXT Conference and Exposition in Nashville, TN this coming June.
Congratulations Haley! Well-deserved!
Article submitted by Dawn Venema.