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Event
Fri 7/17/2020 3:00PM - 5:00PM
Epidemiology Dissertation Defense
Shiyao Gao: Inpatient Rehab effects on Long-Term Motor, Neuro & Func Outcms on Children w/Severe TBI Epidemiology Dissertation Defense
Shiyao Gao: Inpatient Rehab effects on Long-Term Motor, Neuro & Func Outcms on Children w/Severe TBI
Fri 7/17/2020 3:00PM - 5:00PM


Dissertation title:
"Effects of Inpatient Rehabilitation on Long-Term Motor, Neuropsychological, and Functional Outcomes in Children with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury."

Contact Lori Smith (SmithL@edc.pitt.edu) for Zoom meeting information and password.

Advisor & Committee Chair:
Stephen R. Wisniewski, Epidemiology

Committee:
Anthony Fabio
Sue R. Beers
M. Kathleen Kelly
Bedda L. Rosario, IBM Watson Health, IBM


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