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June/July 2018

6/5-7/27 - A.T. Still Research Institute hosting Center for Osteopathic Medicine Collaboration (COME) visiting research scholar, Gerard Alvarez, PT, DO.  Mr. Alvarez is an osteopath practicing in Barcelona, Spain.  He is the director of the COME Spain National Center, lectures in several osteopathic schools in Spain, and is a candidate for PhD on methodological challenges in the assessment of manual therapy interventions.  Mr. Alvarez will spend a summer fellowship engaging in collaborative research activity with the Institute, focused on the sacrum.  Mr. Alvarez's sacral study will be presented at the A.T. Still Research Institute's Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium in October of this year.  For more information follow A.T. Still Research Institute on Facebook at @ATStillResearchInstitute.  To learn more about COME, a non-profit foundation dedicated to high quality research and education in the field of osteopathy, follow them on Facebook at @comecoll

August 2018

8/3-8/5 - 20 hour Advancing Skills in Osteopathy (ASO) course for DO-Touch.NET members

8/6-8/10 - 30 hour Advancing Skills in Osteopathy (ASO) course

8/20-8/24 - 30 hour Advancing Skills in Osteopathy (ASO) course

October 2018

10/25-10/27 - Founder’s Day / 10th Annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium 

10/31 - The A.T. Still Research Institute wraps up a year long traumatic brain injury project funded by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).  This capacity building project, led by Dr. J. Michael Menke, PhD, and Dr. Debosree Roy, PhD, aimed to engage traumatic brain injury survivors, their caregivers, and other stakeholders in comparative effectiveness research on TBI treatment and management.  The A.T. Still Research Institute received support on this project from the Arizona Governor's Council on Spinal and Head Injuries, the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona, and Brain Injury Alliance of Washington.