School of Health and Human Sciences/Department of Physical Therapy
Kristine Miller is a physical therapist with clinical expertise in neurological rehabilitation (such as stroke, brain injury and multiple sclerosis) and an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at IUPUI. She teaches the neurorehabilitation content in the entry-level Department of Physical Therapy academic program and maintains an active research program through the Rehabilitation and Integrative Therapy Laboratory.
Miller’s research work includes both laboratory-based and community-engaged projects focusing on improving physical outcomes and facilitating smooth transitions from rehabilitation to the community for patients with chronic physical disabilities.
Areas of Expertise
Neurological physical therapy; motor control/motor learning; clinical implementation of physical rehabilitation interventions; rehabilitation to community transitions with chronic physical disabilities.
Rehabilitation & Integrative Therapy Lab: https://shrs.iupui.edu/faculty-research/research-labs/integrative-therapy.html