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Curriculum Vitae William A. Romani PT, Ph.D., M.H.A Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science University of Maryland School of Medicine Date

October, 21, 2007

Contact Information 100 Penn St. Baltimore, MD 21201 (410)-706-8410 (410)-706-6387 fax wromani@som.umaryland.edu Working knowledge of Italian Education 1983-1986

Ithaca High School,

Ithaca, New York

1986-1990

University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Bachelor of Science: Physical Therapy; August, 1990

1990-1992

Cornell University - Sloan Program in Health Services Administration Ithaca, New York, Master's of Health Administration; May, 1992

1995-1998

University of Virginia - Curry School of Education Charlottesville, Virginia, Ph.D.: Education: Sports Medicine; May, 1998

Certifications 1994-present Certified Athletic Trainer 2002-present Clinical Specialist in Sports Medicine: American Board of Physical Therapy Examiners Physical Therapy Licensure 1998-present Licensed Physical Therapist: State of Maryland Employment History Academic Appointment 1998-present Assistant Professor: University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, Baltimore, Maryland. 1999-present Associate Graduate Faculty: University of Maryland, Baltimore Graduate School. Baltimore, MD


Other Employment 1990-1994

Staff Physical Therapist University Health Service: Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

1990-1994

Team Athletic Trainer Ithaca High School, Ithaca, New York

1991-1994

Assistant Varsity Football Coach Ithaca High School, Ithaca, New York

1991-1994

Head Freshman Baseball Coach Ithaca High School, Ithaca, New York

1992, 1993

Per-Diem Staff Physical Therapist Franklin Square Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

1992-1994

Volunteer Athletic Trainer: Men’s Lacrosse, Football Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

1993-1994

Owner-Manager: Evening Physical Therapy Practice Ithaca, New York

1994-1995

Per Diem Staff Physical Therapist Virginia Sports Medicine Institute, Arlington, Virginia

1995

Staff Physical Therapist Martha Jefferson Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia

1995

Staff Physical Therapist Spectrum Physical Therapy, Charlottesville, Virginia

1996-1998

Home Health Physical Therapist Spectrum Physical Therapy, Charlottesville, Virginia

1995-1998

Graduate Assistant: Physical Therapist – Head Athletic Trainer – Men’s Lacrosse. University of Virginia McCue Center, Charlottesville, Virginia

Professional Society Memberships 1994-present National Athletic Trainers’ Association 1995-present American Physical Therapy Association: Research, Sports Medicine, Health Policy-Administration, Orthopedic Sections 2001-present American College of Sports Medicine


Honors and Awards 2001

New Horizon Award: American Physical Therapy Association Sports Section

2002

Alumni Award: University of Delaware Department of Physical Therapy: For special contributions to the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Program.

2002

First Place: Junior Faculty: Bio-Medical/Basic Science Category: University of Maryland Aging and Women's Health Research Poster Day: Increased EstradiolProgesterone Ratio Near Ovulation is Significantly Related to Decreased Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness in Healthy, Active Females.

2002

Pfizer Women’s Health Research Group Featured Woman’s Health Researcher: Recognized for contributions to women’s health research. University of Maryland School of Medicine, June-August 2002.

Clinical Activities 1998-2002 Sports Physical Therapist: University of Maryland Physician Associates Physical Therapy Practice, Kernan Physical Therapy at Timanus Ln. 2003-2004

Physical Therapist: PTRS Service Learning Center * Practice dedicated to educating entry level physical therapy students in a practice that provided pro-bone services to homeless and uninsured residents of West Baltimore. * Responsibilities included founding the clinical practice site, establishing referral sources and clinical education affiliation program with department PTRS, and Chaired SLC steering committee * Innovative collaboration between PTRS faculty, students, and primary care clinicians in Baltimore City * Increased treatment center sessions from 2/month to 2/week.Increased student physical therapist participation from 2 to 6/ treatment session

Administrative Service Institutional Service 1998-2003

Department of PTRS: Faculty and Student Affairs Committee

1999

New Campus Student Center planning task force

1999–2000

Campus sexual harassment prevention task force

1999-2003

Department of PTRS: Community Service Coordinator

1999–2001

Chair, Doctorate of Physical Therapy Entry Level Planning and Accreditation Committee: Oversight of new curricular design and successful CAPTE accreditation of entry level Doctoral program

2002

PTRS Department Faculty Search: Committee Chair

2002-2003

Advisory Committee Member: Faculty Liason, Student Affairs Committee


2003-2004

Chair: Entry Level Doctor of Physical Therapy Admissions Committee. Annual applications increased from 99 to 200.

2003- 2005

Coordinator: Entry Level DPT Curriculum

2003-present Internal Advisory Committee (PTRS): Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Program NIH/ National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR) T32 HD041899-01A1 2004-present Chair: Service Learning Center Steering Committee 2004-present Student Advisor: Pitt-Marquette Challenge. Mentored students raising $25,000 in support of the Foundation for Physical Therapy. 3rd and 2nd place among all US Physical Therapy programs. 2003-2004

Block Leader: Musculoskeletal 1 (DPTE 522)

2005-present PTRS Scholar Faculty Search Committee 2005

Grant Reviewer: School of Medicine Intramural Grant Program

2005-2006

Department Representative (Alternate): School of Medicine Council

2006-2007

Department Representative: School of Medicine Council

Local and National Service 1999-2004

APTA-Sports Physical Therapy Section: Research Committee

1999-2004

Reviewer: Journal of Athletic Training

2001-present Reviewer: Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy 2001-2004

Maryland APTA task force for Athletic Trainer Licensure

2003-2004

Item Writer: Specialization Academy of Content Experts I, II: APTA Sports Specialization Certification Examination

2004-present Editorial Review Board: Journal of Athletic Training 2004-present APTA-Sports Physical Therapy Section: Research Committee, Chair 2004-present Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy Excellence in Research Award Selection Committee 2005-present Editorial Review Board: North American Journal of Sports Medicine


Teaching Service 1992

Teaching Assistant – HHS 315 Human Sexuality Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

1993

Guest Lecturer – Nutrition and Exercise: “Physical Therapy and Nutrition”. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

1995-1998

Graduate Instructor – Sports Medicine Research Seminar University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

1997

Guest Lecturer – Advanced Athletic Injuries: “Diagnosis and Management of Stress Fractures”, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

1997

Instructor – Graduate Human Anatomy University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

1997

Guest Lecturer- Athletic Training Seminar: “Etiology, Management and Diagnosis of Stress Fractures”. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

1998

Primary Instructor – Advanced Athletic Injuries University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

1998-2002

Primary Instructor– Orthopedics I (PTAB 530) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 8 Contact hours / week for fall 14 week semester. Avg. 50 2nd year MPT students. 112 contact hours per semester.

1999-present Primary Instructor – Tests and Measures (PTAB 430) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 8 Contact hours / week for spring 14 week semester. 50 1st year MPT students. 112 contact hours per semester. Spring 1999

Lecturer: University of Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rounds: Use of the KT-2000 Knee Arthrometer. Lecture and Laboratory session. 18 Medical Students. Residents, and Fellows. 1 contact hour

Fall 1999

Lecturer: University of Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rounds: Stress Fracture Etiology, Prevention, Management. 12 Residents and fellows. 1.5 contact hours.

Fall 2000

Lecturer: University of Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rounds: Use of Physical Therapy Modalities in Orthopedics. 13 Medical Students. Residents and Fellows. 1.5 contact hours.

Fall 2001

Lecturer: University of Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rounds: Writing a Referral for Physical Therapy. 14 Medical Students. Residents and Fellows. 1.5 contact hours


2001-2002

Primary Instructor – Administration 2 (PTAB 507) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 4 Contact hours / week for one 8 week semester / year. 55 3rd year MPT students. 28 contact hours per semester

2003-2004

Instructor- Basic Sciences 3 (DPTE 514) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 6 contact hours / week for one 12 week semester / year. Avg. 39 1st year DPT students, 72 contact hours / semester

Spring 2003

Lecturer: University of Maryland Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rounds: Use of Physical Therapy Modalities in Orthopedics. 13 Medical Students. Residents and Fellows. 13 contact hours.

2003-2004

Instructor-Block Leader- Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy 1 (DPTE 522) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 10 contact hours / week for one 7 week block / year. Avg 42 2nd year DPT. 81 contact hours / semester.

2003-2006

Instructor- Basic Sciences 3 (DPTE 514) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 6 contact hours / week for one 12 week semester / year. Avg. 45 1st year DPT students, 24 contact hours / semester

2005-2006

Instructor- Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy 1 (DPTE 522) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 10 contact hours / week for one 7 week block / year. Avg 50 2nd year DPT. 83 contact hours / semester

2002-2004

Masters’ Thesis Committee. Old Dominion University, Department of Athletic Training Norfolk, VA. The Effects of Plyometrics Training on Neuromuscular Responses, Ground Reaction Forces, and Kinematics of the Knee Joint.

Mentoring - Thesis Advising 1998-1999 Doctoral Committee: Doctoral Student in Rehabilitation Science Advisement Committee 2003-2005

Faculty Director: Wellness Outreach Service Learning Project. Avg. 34 2nd year DPT students. 25 contact hours per year.

2005-2006

Masters’ Thesis Committee. Old Dominion University, Department of Athletic Training Norfolk, VA. Electromyographic Responses, Hip Strength, and Landing Biomechanics in Recreational Volleyball Athletes with Patella Tendonitis.

2006

Student Mentor: University of Maryland School of Medicine Summer Research Training Program. Mentored masters student in our research lab for 10 week program sponsored buy the Office of the Dean, NIH, and the Fogerty International Center


Grant Support Pending Grants 2007-2010

1 R03 AR054573-01A1 Romani, W (PI) NIH-NIAMS R03 “Sex Hormones and Rat Anterior Cruciate Ligament Strength. Goals of the project are to determine the gender based differences in sex hormone mediated changes in the protein content and physical properties of the rat anterior cruciate ligament. $236,452. Role: Principle Investigator: Effort: 20%

Completed Grants 2002-2007

PR023113 Dischinger, P (PI) Department of Defense Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program. “A Multidisciplinary Evaluation of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Early Predictors of Outcome”. Goals of the project are to look at the short and long term physical and psychological deficits following mile traumatic head injury. $1,853,382 Personal Direct and Indirect Costs $36,200 Role: Co-Investigator : Effort: 5%

1993-1994

Romani, W (Co-PI) National Collegiate Athletic Association: Peer Reviewed; Dietary practices and weight loss techniques of college athletes. The goal of this project was to validate a model to identify student athletes at risk for behaviors consistent with disordered eating. $16,000. Direct Costs Role: Co-PI

1997-1998

0397-R002 Romani, W; Perrin, D (PI) NATA Research and Education Foundation Grant Award: Peer Reviewed: The Efficacy of Therapeutic Ultrasound in the Diagnosis of Tibial Stress Fractures. The goal of this study was to determine the validity of a commonly used ultrasound technique to diagnose subjects with tibial stress fractures. $8,700.00. Direct Costs Role: Co-PI

1997-1998

Romani, W (PI) District 3 Grant Award. The Efficacy of Therapeutic Ultrasound in the Diagnosis of Tibial Stress Fractures”. Peer Reviewed; The goal of this study was to determine the validity of thermal ultrasound technique to diagnose subjects with tibial stress fractures. $1,000. Direct Costs Role: PI

1999-2001

399D003 Romani, W (PI) NATA Research and Education Foundation Grant Award: “The Effect of Endogenous Estradiol Levels at Three Phases of the Menstrual Cycle on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness”. Goals of the project were to determine if fluctuating concentrations of estradiol and other common sex hormones were related to in-vivo changes in ACL stiffness throughout one menstrual cycle in active, healthy females. $17,000 Direct Costs Role: PI


2001-2002

01-023 Romani, W (PI) Women’s Health Research Group Grant Award: “Sex Hormone Binding Globulin and ACL Stiffness”. Peer Reviewed; Goal of the project was to determine if fluctuating concentrations of SHBG were related to in-vivo changes in ACL stiffness throughout one menstrual cycle in active, healthy females. $2,400 Direct Costs Role: PI

2003-2005

5 K12 HD043489 Langenberg, P (PI) National Institutes of Health (NICHD - ORWH). Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health: Faculty Career Development Award Administered by Women's Health Research Group, University of Maryland School of Medicine. $172,000 Direct Costs Role: Funded Scholar Effort: 75%

2005-2006

Belez, A (PI) National Athletic Training Association Research and Education Foundation Osternig Masters Grant Award. Peer Reviewed; Electromyographic responses, hip strength, and landing biomechanics in recreational volleyball athletes with patella tendonitis. $1,000 Role: Co-Investigator

Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles 1.

Romani WA, Perrin DH & Whiteley TL. Tarsal tunnel syndrome: case study of a male collegiate athlete. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 6(4):364-370, 1997.

2.

Romani WA, Perrin DH, Dussault RG, Kahler DM, Ball DW: Identification of tibial stress fractures using therapeutic continuous ultrasound. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 30(8):444-452, 2000.

3.

DePalma MT, Koszewski WM, Romani WA, Case JG, McCoy PM, Zuiderhoff NJ. Identifying college athletes at risk for pathogenic eating. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 36: 45-50, 2002.

4.

Romani WA, Gieck JH, Perrin DH, Saliba EN, Kahler DM. Mechanisms and management of stress fractures in physically active persons. Journal of Athletic Training. 37(3): 306-314, 2002.

5.

Romani WA, Patrie J. Curl LA, Flaws JA. The Correlations Between Estradiol, Estrone, Estriol, Progesterone, and Sex Hormone Binding Globulin and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness in Healthy, Active Females. Journal of Women’s Health and Gender Based Medicine 12(3), 287-298, 2003.

6.

Lovering RM, Romani WA. The Effect of Testosterone on the Female Anterior Cruciate Ligament. American Journal of Physiology- Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 289(1):R15-22, 2005.


7.

Culp LB, Romani WA. Physical therapist examination, evaluation, and intervention following the surgical reconstruction of a grade III acromioclavicular joint separation. Physical Therapy.;86(6):857-69, 2006.

8.

Zazulak BT, Paterno M, Myer GD, Romani WA, Hewett TE. Systematic Review of the Effects of the Menstrual Cycle on Anterior Knee Laxity in Females. Sports Medicine. 36(10):847-62, 2006.

9.

Naylor ME, Romani WA. Test-Retest Reliability of Three Dynamic Balance Tests Obtained From Active Healthy Females Using the Neurocom Balance Master. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 15(4): 326-337, 2006.

10.

Whitcomb BW, Whiteman MK, Langenberg P, Flaws JA, Romani WA. Physical Activity and Risk of Hot Flashes among Women in Midlife. Journal of Women’s Health and Gender Based Medicine. 16(1):141-150, 2007.

11.

Agel J, Romani WA, Dick R, Case JG, Marshall S. NCAA Injury Surveillance System: Commentary on Men's Lacrosse. Journal of Athletic Training. 42(2):25561, 2007.

12.

Romani WA, Holbert RL. A Wellness Service Learning Project Improves the Perception of Professional Empowerment in Entry Level Physical Therapy Students. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 21(2):73-78, 2007.

Books 1.

Kendall FP, McCreary EK, Provance PG, Rodgers MM, Romani WA. Muscles: Testing and Function With Posture and Pain. 5th Ed. Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins, Baltimore, MD USA, 2005.

Book Chapters-Contributor 1.

McFarland EG, Gill HS, Krabak B, Romani WA. Strength Testing. In Examination of the Shoulder: The Complete Guide. EG McFarland, Ed. Thieme Medical Publishers, New York, NY USA, 2005

Abstracts and/or Proceedings 1.

Poster Presentation: Waruch R, Romani WA, and Arnold BL. Isotonic power changes following repeated shoulder internal and external rotation. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 49th Annual Meeting and Symposium. Baltimore, MD. Journal of Athletic Training. 33(2):S-74, 1998

2.

Poster Presentation: Miller, JJ, Romani, WA, Mistry, D, Kirk, SE, & Arnold, BL The effects of estradiol levels on anterior cruciate ligament Laxity. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 50th Annual Meeting and Symposium, Kansas City, MO. Journal of Athletic Training. 34(2):S-79, 1999

3.

Poster Presentation: Moyer, J, Romani, WA, and Perrin, DH. The effects of an off-season hamstring stretching program on the forty yard dash time of collegiate


football players. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 50th Annual Meeting and Symposium. Kansas City, MO. Journal of Athletic Training. 34(2):S-24, 1999 4.

Platform Presentation: Romani WA, Lovering RM, McLoughlin, K, Curl LA. The Effect of Endogenous Estradiol Levels at Three Phases of the Menstrual Cycle on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness in Active Females. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 52nd Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Los Angeles, CA, June 19-24, 2001. Journal of Athletic Training. 36(2):S-62, 2001.

5.

Platform Presentation: Romani WA, Curl LA, Lovering R. ACL Stiffness at 3 Phases of the Menstrual Cycle in Healthy, Active Females. Conference on Gender Differences in ACL Injuries. Lexington, KY, April 6-7, 2001. Clinical Biomechanics. 16: 947, 2001

6.

Poster Presentation: Romani WA, Jones JM, Flaws JA. Estrogen receptor alpha and beta messenger RNA are present in rat anterior cruciate ligament tissue. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. May, 2003. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 35(5), S122, 2003.

7

Poster Presentation: McDowell B, Van Lunen BL, Walker ML, Romani W, Onate JA. The Effects of a Time Limited Plyometrics Program on Neuromuscular Responses and Vertical Ground Reaction Forces in Collegiate Soccer Players. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 55th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Baltimore, MD, June 15-19, 2004. Journal of Athletic Training. 39(2):S-107, 2004.

8.

Poster Presentation: Van Lunen BL, Belez AL, Onate JA, Houghlum P, Romani W, Cortes N. Hip Strength and Vertical Ground Reaction Forces in Volleyball Athletes with Patella Tendinopathy. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 57th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Atlanta, GA, June 14-18, 2006. Journal of Athletic Training. 41(2):S-106, 2006

9.

Poster Presentation: Cortes N, Belez AL, Van Lunen BL, Onate JA, Romani W, Houghlum P. Hip Kinematics in Volleyball Athletes With Patella Tendinopathy. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 57th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Atlanta, GA, June 14-18, 2006. Journal of Athletic Training. 41(2):S107, 2006

10.

Poster Presentation: Belez AL, Van Lunen BL, Onate JA, Romani W, Houghlum P, Cortes N, Electromyographic Characteristics of Volleyball Athletes With Patella Tendinopathy. National Athletic Trainers’ Association 57th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Atlanta, GA, June 14-18, 2006. Journal of Athletic Training. 41(2):S-108, 2006


Major Invited Speeches 1992

Cornell University Health Services Annual Continuing Education Conference. Recognition and Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Feb, 1992

1996

Invited Speaker: Arts and Science of Sports Medicine. Stress Fracture Diagnosis and Management. Charlottesville, VA

1998

Invited Speaker: Virginia Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting “Stress Fracture Etiology, Diagnosis and Management. Richmond, Virginia

1998

Invited Speaker: Arts and Science of Sports Medicine. Rehabilitation Implications of Wound Healing, Charlottesville, VA

1999

Invited Speaker: University of North Carolina Sports Medicine Symposium. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. "Current Concepts in Stress Fracture Diagnosis and Management”

1999

Minicourse: National Athletic Trainers’ Association 50th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium Minicourse, Kansas City, MO, June, 1999. “Current Concepts in Stress Fracture Diagnosis and Management”

1999

Calvert Hall High School Annual Baseball Clinic, Conditioning and prevention of throwing injuries.

1999

University of Maryland – Johns Hopkins University Sports Medicine Grand Rounds. Modality Use and Prescription in Physical Therapy

2000

Co-Instructor: National Athletic Trainers’ Association 51st Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Nashville, TN, June 2000. “Shoulder Joint Mobilization”

2000

Johns Hopkins University Department of Orthopedics Grand Rounds. Use of Thermal Modalities in Physical Therapy, 2000

2000

Invited Speaker: National Conference of Nurse Practitioners, Washington, DC, November, 2000. “Ask the Sports Medicine Experts”

2001

Invited Speaker: Maryland Academy of Family Practitioners Mid-Year Meeting, College Park, MD, February, 2001. “The Physical Therapy Referral”

2001

Invited Speaker: Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA, June 2, 2001 “Current Concepts in Stress Fracture Etiology, Diagnosis, and Management”.

2001

Invited Speaker: The Arts and Science of Sports Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, June 7, 2001. “Extensibility Tests of the Lower Extremity”.

2002

Invited Panelist: American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 30, 2002. “Gender Differences in ACL Injuries”


2002

Invited Panelist: National Athletic Trainers’ Association 53rd Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Dallas, TX, June 14, 2002. “ACL Injury Special Interest Group Meeting”

2003

Invited Speaker: University of North Carolina Sports Medicine Symposium. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. "Current Concepts in Stress Fracture Diagnosis and Management”, 2003

2003

Visiting Lecturer: University of North Carolina Sports Medicine Research Laboratory. Chapel Hill, NC. "The Influence of Sex Hormones on ACL Remodeling", 2003

2003

Invited Panelist: National Athletic Trainers’ Association 54th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, St. Louis, MO, June 26, 2003. “ACL Injury Special Interest Group Meeting”

2003

Visiting Lecturer: Penn State University Dept. of Kinesiology Research Symposium. State College, PA. "The Influence of Sex Hormones on ACL Remodeling", 2003

2004

Muscles: Testing and Function. With Mrs. Florence Kendall, Baltimore, MD. Sponsored by PTRS students in support of the Foundation for Physical Therapy

2005

Invited Speaker: National Athletic Trainers’ Association 56th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Indianapolis, IN. “Hormonal Influences on Bone Tissue”, 2005

2006

Invited Speaker: Chinese Olympic Delegation: Strength and Conditioning Coaches. “The Etiology, Diagnosis and Management of Tibial Stress Fractures” July, 2006. College Park, MD

2006

Invited Speaker: Florence Kendall Day Celebration with Shirley Sahrmann. “Movement System Impairment Diagnoses of the Shoulder and Hip: Building on the Kendall Foundation.” October 13, 2006, Baltimore, MD

Proffered Communications 2001

Poster Presentation: Romani WA, Curl LA, Lovering RM, Flaws JA. Increased Estradiol-Progesterone Ratio Near Ovulation is Significantly Related to Decreased Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness in Healthy, Active Females. Women’s Health Research Group Poster Day. Baltimore, MD, May 30, 2001.

2002

Platform Presentation: Gonsky K, Romani WA, Flaws J. The Expression of the Sex Hormone Binding Globulin Receptor on ACL Tissue in Rats. University of Maryland Department of Physical Therapy Research Day. Baltimore, MD. April 26, 2002.


2002

Poster Presentation: Romani WA, Patrie J, Curl LA, Lovering RM, Flaws JA. Increased Estradiol-Progesterone Ratio Near Ovulation is Significantly Related to Decreased Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness in Healthy, Active Females. Aging and Women’s Health Research Poster Day. First Place: Junior Faculty: Bio-Medical/Basic Science Category. Baltimore, MD, April 9, 2002.

2002

Platform Presentation: Naylor M, Romani WA. The Reliability of the Neurocom Balance Master Lunge, Step Over and Step Quick Turn Tests on an Active, College Aged, Female Population. University of Maryland Department of Physical Therapy Research Day. Baltimore, MD. April 26, 2002.

2002

Platform Presentation: Romani WA, Patrie J, Curl LA, Lovering RM, Flaws JA. Sex Hormone Binding Globulin and ACL Stiffness in Active Healthy Females. Women’s Health Research Group Annual Grant Awards Ceremony. Baltimore, MD. September 19, 2002.

2003

Platform Presentation: Romani WA, Patrie J, Curl LA, Flaws JA. Fluctuations in Estradiol and Progesterone and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Stiffness International Congress of WCPT, Barcelona, Spain. June, 2003

2004

Poster Presentation: WA Romani, R.M. Lovering, J.M. Jones, J.A. Flaws. Identification of Steroid Hormone Receptors in the Anterior Cruciate Ligament. Ninth Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) International Symposium on Health Disparities, Baltimore, MD, December 9, 2004.

2006

Platform Presentation: JW Witherspoon, WA Romani. The Gender Influences on Expression of Type-1 and Type-1 Collagen in the Rat Anterior Cruciate Ligament. University of Maryland School of Medicine Summer Research Training Program. Baltimore, MD. August, 2006

2007

Platform Presentation: Romani WA, Wainright J. Gender Differences in Type-1 and Type-3 Collagen mRNA Expression in the Rat Anterior Cruciate Ligament. 15th International World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress. Vancouver, Canada. June 2-6, 2007

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