Cathy Bodine, director of Assistive Technology Partners and associate professor of bioengineering, is highlighted on the CU Foundation website in recognition of her longstanding philanthropy.
Although Assistive Technology Partners (ATP) is a program of both CU Anschutz (the School of Medicine) and CU Denver (the College of Engineering and Applied Science), it is located on neither campus. In a low-slung building at East 18th Avenue and Pearl Street in Denver, 15 faculty, staff and students – including engineers, clinicians, therapists and educators – transform lives and society every day.
They are led by the boundless energy of Executive Director Cathy Bodine, PhD, CCC-SLP, who has been with the organization for 18 years and can remember when it operated with a single grant and four people.
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Cathy Bodine, associate professor in bioengineering and executive director of Assistive Technology Partners, has received a five-year, $4.75 million Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center Grant.
The grant will support three research projects centered on technologies to enhance independence in daily living for adults with cognitive impairment in the research domain of employment. The abstract for the award is below.
Congratulations to Cathy and your team!