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Thursday, July 14, 2016

UB rehabilitation scientist receives MS group’s Lifetime Achievement Award


                                                                  
  

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Susan Bennett poses with Consortium of MS Centers CEO June Halper after receiving the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award in June.
Susan Bennett, left, clinical professor of rehabilitation science at the University at Buffalo, pictured with Consortium of MS Centers CEO June Halper after receiving the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award in June.
Release Date: July 13, 2016


BUFFALO, N.Y. – Susan E. Bennett, EdD, clinical professor of rehabilitation science at the University at Buffalo, has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC).
The award — presented in June at the organization’s annual meeting in National Harbor, Maryland — recognizes an individual whose decades-long commitment has driven significant advances in the care of people with MS.
“This is the first time that an individual from the rehabilitation field has received this award,” said June Halper, CEO of the organization that represents more than 10,000 health care professionals worldwide who provide care for more than 200,000 individuals with MS and their families. Previous recipients were neurologists, neuropsychologists or nurse practitioners.
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