Cathy Bodine, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Colorado at Denver and AT Advisor to the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities. Dr. Bodine has served as the Principal Investigator for a number training grants, is the PI for the Colorado AT Act (P.L. 105-394), and has served as the PI for a number of research and development projects leading to new designs in AT devices. She is Co-PI on two NIDRR funded development projects for the recently awarded Rehabilitation and Engineering Center for Recreational Technologies hosted at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Dr. Bodine serves on the Board of Directors of RESNA and is Vice-Chair of the ALS Association Board. She is a highly valued member of the AT manufacturing community, a powerful liaison with the commercial manufacturing community, and a nationally recognized leader in the field of AT.
Dr. Rebekah Griffith graduated with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology followed by a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, both from the University of Colorado. She has since become a board certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist. Dr. Griffith currently works part-time as a physical therapist specializing in emergency and intensive care at University of Colorado Hospital and as an appointed Clinical Instructor within the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Griffith also serves her professional association (APTA) as the Chief Delegate for Colorado and her community as a clinical preceptor at the DAWN Clinic for the uninsured in Aurora.