American Hand Therapy Foundation

Funding clinical and scientific research and education to advance the practice of hand therapy and quality of patient care throughout the world.

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Grants

Supporting novice or experienced researchers who are able to expand the scientific evidence, visibility, and quality of upper extremity and hand rehabilitation.

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Donations

Support our mission of promoting high impact clinical and fundamental upper extremity research. Your generosity makes a difference! Support your profession through a tax‑deductible gift today.

About The American Hand Therapy Foundation

The American Hand Therapy Foundation (AHTF) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that promotes education and funds research to provide evidence for the treatment and prevention of diseases and injuries of the upper extremity and hand.

AHTF is a truly unique organization dedicated exclusively to advancing the practice of hand therapy by funding research and education. Our mission is to fund clinical and scientific research and education in order to advance the practice of hand therapy and quality of patient care throughout the world.

AHTF Events

AHTF 2021 “Happy Hour with a Scholar” speaker, Susan Mackinnon, MD.

AHTF Events

AHTF 2021 “Happy Hour with a Scholar”

October 8, 2021 — 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Virtual Run/Walk for Hand Therapy Research

Event Recap

AHTF Blog Posts & News Updates

 

AHTF: Funding & Foundation Goals

AHTF: Funding & Foundation Goals

AHTF Chairman James King, OTR, PhD, CHT was featured on a recent episode of the ASHT “Hands in Motion” podcast. He shared information about what AHTF does and the collaboration between the tri-alliance of AHTF, ASHT, and HTCC.

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AHTF 2021 Happy Hour with a Scholar

AHTF 2021 Happy Hour with a Scholar

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT, Friday, October 8, 2021 Online EventSusan Mackinnon, MD There's No Crying in Innovation! This lecture describes my translational research in the context of dissemination and implementation science. It reviews how major paradigms in nerve surgery...

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