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Stephen J Page, PhD
Director of Research, Associate Professor
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
College of Medicine
Drake Center
University of Cincinnati
Selected Faculty Appointments:

2002-present Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
2002-present Faculty Member, Neurosciences Graduate Program, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
2002-present Faculty Research Fellow, Institute for Health Policy &Health Services Research, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
2000-2002 Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Medicine & Dentistry/New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ

Selected Awards and Honors:

2003 Fellow, American Heart Association;

2003 Nominated on behalf of University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Pew Scholar Award Competition;

2002 Early Career Award, American Alliance for Health Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance;

2001 Fellow, Research Consortium, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education Recreation, and Dance;

1999 Recipient, Clinically Applied Research Award, American Heart Association Heritage Affiliate, New York, NY;

1998 Outstanding Graduate Student, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN;

1997, 1998 Invited Researcher, Paralympic Training Camps, Muncie, IN;

1997 Psi Chi Psychology Honorary Society, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN;

1996 Invited Researcher, 1996 Paralympic Trials, Atlanta, GA;

1995 Outstanding Graduate Student, Ball State University, Muncie, IN;

Selected Memberships and Appointments in Professional and Scientific Societies:

2004-present Member, Falls Task Force, Hamilton County Board of Health;

2003-present Member, Drake Research Committee;

2002-present Member, Operation Stroke, SW Ohio Chapter of The American Heart Association(Chairperson, Rehabilitation & Recovery Committee, 2003-present);

2000-present Member, Stroke Council, The American Heart Association (Fellow, 2003-present);

1998-present Member, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (Program Committee, 2000-present; {Chairperson, October 2003-October, 2004}Membership Committee, 2000-present {Chairperson, 2001-2003}; Publications Committee, 2001-2003; Marketing Committee, 2002-present; Chairperson, Task force to create a American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Fellow designation, 2000-present;)

Selected Publications:

Johnston MV, Wood K, Millis S, Page S, Chen D. Perceived quality of care and outcomes following spinal cord injury: minority status in the context of multiple predictors. J Spinal Cord Medicine; J Spinal Cord Med 2004: 27(3): 241-51.

Overdorf V, Schweighardt R, Page SJ, McGrath R. Mental and physical practice schedules in acquisition and retention of novel timing skills. Percept Motor Skills 2004;99:51-62.

Page SJ. Modified constraint-induced therapy: A practical, effective treatment for hemiparesis. Crit Rev Phys Med Rehabil 2004; 16 (1):31-38.

Martin S B, Lavallee D, Kellmann M, Page S. Attitudes toward sport psychology consulting of adult athletes from the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany. Int J Sport Ex Psychol 2004; 2: 146-60

Page SJ, Sisto SA, Levine P, McGrath R. Efficacy of Modified Constraint-Induced Therapy in Chronic Stroke: A Single Blinded Randomized Controlled Trial. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2004 Jan; 85 (1): 14-18.

Wood SR, Murillo N, Bach-Y-Rita P, Leder RS, Marks JT, Page SJ. Motivating, game-based stroke rehabilitation: a brief report. Top Stroke Rehabil 2003 Summer;10(2):134-40.

Page, S.J. Intensity versus task-specificity following stroke: How important is intensity? Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2003; 82 (9):730-32.

Page SJ, Levine P. Forced use after TBI: Promoting plasticity and function through practice. Brain Inj 2003; 17(8):675-84.

Page SJ, Yablon S. Foreword. Brain Inj. 2003 Aug;17(8):639-41.

Page SJ, Elovic E, Levine P, Sisto SA. Modified constraint-induced therapy and botulinum toxin A: a promising combination. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2003 Jan;82(1):76-80.

Page SJ, Shawaryn MA, Cernich AN, Linacre JM. Scaling of the revised Oswestry low back pain questionnaire. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2002 Nov;83(11):1579-84.

Page SJ, Sisto SA, Levine P. Modified constraint-induced therapy in chronic stroke. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2002 Nov;81(11):870-5.

Martin, S.B., Kellman, M., Lavalee, D., Page, S. Development and psychometric evaluation of the Sport Psychology Attitudes – Revised form: A multiple group investigation. Sport Psychol 2002; 16 (3): 272-90.

Page, S.J., Sisto, S., Johnston, M., Levine, P. Modified constraint-induced therapy after subacute stroke: A preliminary study. Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2002; 16 (3): 223-28.

Page, S.J., Sisto, S.A., Johnston, M.V., Levine, P., Hughes, M. Modified constraint induced therapy: A case study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2002; 83 (2): 286-90.

Page, S.J., Levine, P., Sisto, S.A., Bond, Q., Johnston, M.V. Patients’ and therapists’ opinions of constraint-induced therapy. Clin Rehabil 2002; 16 (1): 55-60.

Page, S.J. Mental practice: A promising restorative technique in stroke rehabilitation. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 2001; 8 (3): 54-63.

Page, S.J., Sisto, S., Johnston, M.V., Levine, P. Hughes, M. Modified constraint induced therapy: A randomized, feasibility and efficacy study. J Rehabil Res Dev 2001; 38 (5): 583-90.

Page, S.J., Levine, P., Sisto, S., Johnston, M. Imagery combined with physical practice for upper limb motor deficit in sub-acute stroke: A case report. Phys Ther 2001; 81(8): 1455-1462.

Page, S.J., Levine, P., Sisto, S., Johnston, M. A randomized, efficacy and feasibility study of imagery in acute stroke. Clin Rehabil 2001; 15 (3): 233-40.