We conduct original, collaborative research that seeks to break down barriers to health, cancer care and social participation for people with disabilities.
We are committed to the development of evidence-informed interventions that capitalize on the strengths of the disability and interdisciplinary clinical and research communities.
Our emphasis is on peer support and self-management interventions delivered in person or via mHealth applications.
We have a passion for building disability and rehabilitation research capacity among students and disability community members, especially those from group who are traditionally under-represented in higher education and research.
New report released by the National Council on Disability Heading link
Susan Magasi, Hilary Marshall, Ricardo Ramirez, Rachael Wanjagua, Sina Webster, Ashley Vincent and Robin Jones are among those who contributed to “Enforceable Accessible Medical Equipment Standards: A Necessary Means to Address the Health Care Needs of People with Mobility Disabilities,” a new report released by the National Council on Disability.