Lab News

  • Kathryn Bach, MSOT, Preliminary Findings on the Neurodevelopmental Impact of Prenatal Zika Virus Exposure in Rhesus Macaque Infants, Rome

    We have been collaborating with researchers across campus to examine the effects of prenatal Zika virus exposure on infant outcomes in non-human primates. In September 2019, Kathryn Bach was invited to speak in Rome, Italy …

  • MSOT Student Research Posters 2020

    The Department of Kinesiology displays the hard work that the MSOT 2020 cohort has put in the last two years. Come check out their work! These capstone projects cover a wide variety of topics!

  • Dr. Ausderau Receives Virginia Scardina Award of Excellence

    Huge congratulations to Dr. Karla Ausderau who received the Virginia Scardina Award of Excellence! This award is provided annually to an occupational therapy clinician who demonstrates a commitment to evidence-based practice through participation in research …

  • Dr. Ausderau Receives Tenure at UW-Madison

    Dr. Karla Ausderau was voted on and approved unanimously to receive tenure at UW-Madison. This is a huge accomplishment and we couldn’t be prouder of all her hard work, dedication, and tenacity! She will now …

  • Diverse OT Wins the Outstanding Service Bucky Award

    Diverse OT is humbled and honored to announce that we have won the Outstanding Service Bucky award. “Winning this award means a great deal to our organization. As an organization that fights for justice and …

  • Hoofers Adapt Makes Hoofers Club More Accessible

    Megan Gray and Kathryn Bach are second-year MSOT students in Dr. Karla Ausderau’s lab who have been working with the Wisconsin Hoofers and Hoofer Ambassadors to create Hoofers Adapt. Hoofers Adapt is a community of passionate individuals who aim …

  • Young boy with autism

    Feeding Intervention Study Recruitment

    We are looking for families with children ages 2-7 years with autism and feeding challenges to join an in-home feeding intervention study. To learn more about this study or to sign up, Download this attached …

  • Assistant Professor Karla Ausderau (left) and Jessica

    Wisconsin Idea Seed Grant Planted in Rural Health Care Facility Project

    As Jessica Muesbeck was working toward her master’s degree in occupational therapy, she was searching for additional opportunities to apply the knowledge she was gaining in the classroom and as a member of Assistant Professor Karla Ausderau’s research lab.