Daniel E. Graves, PhD, MEd

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, SKMC
Vice Chair, Research

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Contact

25 South Ninth Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Daniel.Graves@jefferson.edu

215-955-1624

Daniel E. Graves, PhD, MEd

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, SKMC
Vice Chair, Research

Education

MEd, University of Houston, Educational Psychology - 2002
PhD, University of Houston, Educational Psychology - 1997

Recent Publications

Honors & Awards

  • Fellow of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2007
  • Baylor College of Medicine – University of Texas Health Science Center- Houston Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Alliance Marcus J. Fuhrer Research Achievement Award 2004
  • Association of Academic Physiatrists Excellence in Research Writing Award, Best Paper Award, co-author. 2003
  • Section Editor Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2003- present.

Research & Clinical Interests

Much of my early work in rehabilitation research was focused on the use of sEMG in the Brain Motor Control Assessment (BMCA). I was engaged in work much like the proposed work. This work involved learning skills that will certainly be helpful in this project. This experience showed me how challenging it is to interpret multichannel sEMG recordings. These publications are representative of the type of work I was doing a the VA. This work also included using the ASIA standards, which became the main focus of the next stage of my research.