Occupational Therapy

Clinical Research

Occupational Therapy at the NIH Clinical Center conducts collaborative as associate investigators with NIH institute scientists and their own primary investigator research.

Examples of therapists' research include assessing functional ability as an outcome measure of drug trials, evaluating the occupational functioning of bereaved adults, linking the occupational therapy process with patient performance, helping to determine the phenotypic expressions of childhood disorders, examining daily function and self-regulation in individuals with obesity and determining motor patterns and response to motor training for people with hand dystonias.

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This page last updated on 07/26/2017

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