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.
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...
Thank you to all of our participants and sponsors for making the 2021 Virtual 5K an enormously successful event.
The 31st annual AHTF “Happy Hour with a Scholar” was a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There was a record number of almost 1000 devices representing individuals viewing this live event.
It is with great pleasure that we launch our first AHTF grant that will be enhanced by the Doris Ann Slack Upper Extremity Education & Research Innovation Fund.
AHTF offers grant funding for research projects related to rehabilitation of the upper extremity. Learn more about available research grants, the funding amounts for 2021, and how to submit a formal application.
Breaking News! We’re excited to bring you all the latest news from the AHTF including upcoming events, fundraising updates, board member changes and much more!
This year, the annual AHTF Silent Auction will be an online holiday auction event! Support AHTF and do your holiday shopping.
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