This degree is offered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences in Temple’s College of Public Health. Faculty research emphases within the department include
- concussion science,
- health and patient-reported outcomes,
- learning health systems,
- low back pain,
- movement disorders,
- musculoskeletal disorders,
- motor control and learning,
- physical therapy education,
- pediatric cerebral palsy,
- pediatric spinal cord injury,
- shoulder pain,
- stroke rehabilitation, and
- virtual reality rehabilitation.
Learn more about research in the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
The Neuromotor Science Research Consortium
The Neuromotor Science (NMS) Research Consortium is a state-of-the-art facility that incorporates a number of interdisciplinary research laboratories investigating a range of basic and clinical issues in human sensorimotor neuroscience.
Students collaborate with faculty and postdoctoral fellows in a common space that promotes interaction and provides a rich scientific atmosphere. State-of-the-art technology encompasses several motion-capture labs, a split belt treadmill and virtual reality immersive environments.