Faculty in the Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University are involved in research that is changing the way occupational therapy is practiced.
In collaboration with colleagues in the School of Medicine, they are involved in projects that encompass many of the challenges facing society. By providing evidence through scientific research, they are validating the profession as an important partner in the health care team and by acting as innovators they are developing new and better ways to provide care.
- Community Engagement
- Community Reintegration After Stroke
- Cognitive and Occupational Performance
- Enabling Mobility in the Community
- Growth and Occupational Well-being of Youth
- Health Equity, Opportunity and Education
- Neurorehabilitation and Applied Physiology
- Neuroscience and Rehabilitation
- Participation, Environment and Performance
- Sleep, Mood and Cognition
- Social Health and Participation
- Taking Meds