Dr. Miller is a board-certified PM&R physician with a subspecialty certification in SCI medicine. She is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at UMN. She has been involved with Department of Defense-funded research throughout her training. She is currently an outpatient and transitional rehabilitation SCI community provider with specific insight into the continuum of care and community reintegration through adaptive sport. Dr.
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Ms. Farrell is the Director of Rehabilitation at Regions Hospital and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at UMN. She has been a leader in the neurorehabilitation community for 22 years and is a strong advocate for quality of life and performance across the lifespan for those with neurologic conditions. Ms. Farrell has a history of collaboration with Drs. Hanson and Jackson in improved outcomes after neurotrauma. Ms.
Carrie Shogren, OTR/L is the Clinical Supervisor in the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute’s ABLE Program, and intensive recovery based fitness program for individuals with paralysis. She has been a co-director of the NeuroRecovery Network (NRN) since 2014. Carrie has 20 years of experience with inpatient, outpatient, home and fitness based SCI clinical care. She serves as a member of the MN Regional SCIMS Research Committee.
Jennifer has been an occupational therapy practitioner for almost 25 years. She received her undergraduate training in psychology from Carleton College and her Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Boston University. Jennifer’s primary therapy passion is spinal cord injury care. She is a senior staff occupational therapist and is also the Program Coordinator for the Spinal Cord System of Care at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
Dr. Radomski is the Research Director at CKRI and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at UMN. She has clinical experience as an occupational therapist. Her research is focused on the development of clinical assessment and intervention for people with mild cognitive impairment after acquired brain injury. Dr. Radomski is a Co-Investigator and serves on the MN Regional SCIMS Executive Committee.