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The research interests of Desiree J. Lanzino, P.T., Ph.D., focus on the application of evaluation techniques and outcome measures. Study participants have included groups of community-dwelling older adults, wheelchair users, and people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), spinal cord injury and acute hospitalization secondary to neurologic pathology.
The goals of Dr. Lanzino's research are to inform health care practitioners of reliable and valid examination methods and outcome tools to use to assess patients. Specific work with people who have ALS aims to identify potential biomarkers to elucidate or predict disease progression and equipment needs.
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