Chair of Occupational Therapy Named American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Fellow

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Chair and professor in Pitt's Department of Occupational Therapy, Elizabeth Skidmore, has been named a 2017 American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine fellow. Her research focuses on cognitive impairments, mood symptoms and activities of daily living in persons with brain injury and neurocognitive decline, and interventions that promote independence among adults with cognitive impairments. Skidmore joins a long roster of professionals in the field of rehabilitation science who have not only served ACRM, but have also made contributions of national significance to the field of medical rehabilitation.