Grace Kim, PhD, OTR/L

Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy

Education

  • PhD New York University, Occupational Therapy
  • MS Columbia University, Occupational Therapy
  • BS University of California at Davis, Psychology

Research Interests

  • Understanding the behavioral and environmental factors associated with real-world arm use in stroke survivors
  • Adherence to home-based rehabilitation
  • Integration of mixed methods research designs

Grants and Awards

  • 2020: NYU Institute of Human Development and Social Change, faculty affiliate
  • 2019: American Society for Neurorehabilitation (ASNR) Training in Grantsmanship in Rehabilitation Research Support Recipient
  • 2019: NYU Goddard Junior Faculty Fellowship
  • 2018: New York University Provost Office, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Seminar, $1,372
  • 2018: New York University Provost Office, Mega-Grant Seed Funding, 2/2018, $15,000
  • 2017: New York University Research Challenge Grant (URCF), Co-Principal Investigator: “Using Sensors to Capture Arm Impairment in Individuals with Stroke,” $14,000
  • 2017: Steinhardt Faculty Challenge Grant, Co-Principal Investigator: “Using Sensors to Capture Arm Impairment in Individuals with Stroke,” $10,602
  • 2014: NYU Steinhardt Dissertation Grant, Mitchell Leaska Award, Principal Investigator: “The Effects of Attentional Focus on Motor Training of the Upper Extremity Using Robotics for Individuals with Chronic Stroke,” $5,000

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