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- Research Fun Run 2021 April 7, 2020
- Will you be our Valentine? February 4, 2020
- Support IMDTRF with Amazon Smile December 15, 2019
- Successful Board Meeting 2019 December 14, 2019
- Another funded project is published – Congratulation to Ron Donelson May 21, 2019
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Research Fun Run in Ottawa 7th August 2021 We are happy to present the 4th Research Fun Run in Ottawa. Meet people from all over the world and enjoy this 4.9 k social run – or walk – together. The … Continue reading
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The Board of Directors held its annual Meeting in Las Vegas on 11./12. December 2019. The members discussed applications and made important decisions for the future of the IMDTRF.
The cost impact of a quality-assured mechanical assessment in primary low back pain care Well done Ron Donelson and team! https://tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10669817.2019.1613008
The IMDTRF is happy to announce the funding of a new project. Dose parameters in Achilles tendinopathy rehabilitation Researcher Dr. Peter Malliaras vom Australia and his team received funding from the IMDTRF Primary Grant. We wish Peter best success with … Continue reading
Congratulation Andy Bonin! Andy Bonin from Raleigh / NC holds the treasurer position of IMDTRF since 01.01.2019. Thanks a lot to Jon Weinberg, our former treasurer – great job Jon! Jon is now as Fundraising Chair taking care of marketing … Continue reading
PETE WILDE Scholarship Last year I was honoured to be the first recipient of the IMDTRF memorial Pete Wilde Scholarship. I fortunately had the opportunity to meet Pete once in 2009 when he returned briefly to New Zealand after completing the … Continue reading
IMDTRF is accepting proposals for the Main Grant until 1st June 2018. Check out the information and apply!
The Board of Directors of the International MDT Research Foundation is proud to announce the first recipient of the PETE WILDE Scholarship. Margaret Campbell from New Zealand. Read more about her project HERE