Sujata Pradhan, P.T., Ph.D.
Sujata Pradhan is a physical therapist and UW associate professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Dr. Pradhan’s teaching responsibilities in the department of Rehabilitation Medicine include coordinating and teaching Rehab 551 – Neurobiology for Rehabilitation. Her responsibilities within the division of Physical Therapy include coordinating and teaching Rehab 517 – Physical Therapy Seminar 1 as well as lecturing in and serving as a clinical instructor for Rehab 523 – Applied Neurology.
Dr. Pradhan’s clinical interest focuses on the physical therapy management of individuals with neurologic conditions with a special interest in Parkinson disease.
The overall goal of Dr. Pradhan’s research is to use technological advances (specifically those in the area of sensors, exergaming, virtual reality and wearable devices) to develop objective measures and design interventions for individuals with Parkinson disease. Additionally her research interest includes knowledge translation of the advances in technology related to rehabilitation into clinical practice.
English, Hindi, Marathi
Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Medicine