American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) Stacey Chapman Dusing, PhD, PT, PCS, FAPTA

Stacey Chapman Dusing, PhD, PT, PCS, FAPTA

Current Work Setting
Academics: Research primarily or large component

Research and Development

Willing to provide the following consultation areas
Career Development, Grants and Scholarships

Her primary research interests include understanding the influence of motor control on global development and efficacy of physical therapy interventions for infants. Specifically, she focus on the relationship between postural control, reaching, mobility, and cognition in infants with typical development and at risk for disabilities and interventions for infants born prematurely or with cerebral palsy.

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