Pamela Bhatti has been accepted into the Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute KL2 Mentored Clinical and Translational Research Scholars program. An assistant professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Tech, Dr. Bhatti will begin working with the program on July 1 on the project "Enhancing Rehabilitation Outcomes with a Head Angular Motion Monitoring and Feedback System (HAMMS): Platform for an Integrated Training Program in Clinical and Translational Research."
Dr. Bhatti will study the adherence of physical therapy patients completing in-home exercise using the HAMMS device as a data-logging tool to see if patients over-report exercise completion and if HAMMS will improve adherence. Her mentoring team will be led by Georgia Tech ECE Professor Robert J. Butera, Jr.; Susan Herdman, PT-PhD; and Ronald Tusa, MD-PhD at the Emory Dizziness and Balance Center.
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Last revised August 1, 2017