In 1998, Daemen College established its first Natural Health and Sciences Research Center. This center was made possible through the support from The George I. Alden Trust and The Edward J. Kavanaugh Foundation, and The James H. Cummings Foundation. The Centers researchers have been awarded funding from Advanced Hyperbaric Technologies, Gaymar Industries, Eastman Kodak Company, The James R. Hayward Research Fund, The National Science Foundation, and the New York Physical Therapy Association Research Designated Fund.

In 2005, Daemen College formally established The Center for Wound Healing Research. Daemen College was awarded $925,000 from the U.S. Department of Defense, Army Medical Research & Material Command (USAMRMC) for a research project titled, Identification of Biomarkers Associated with the Healing of Chronic Wounds.

In 2008, Daemen was awarded a grant of $857,000 from the U.S. Army Material Command. Roswell Park Cancer Institute and University at Buffalo are collaborators on this grant. In 2010, Daemen researchers were awarded a third grant of $699,000 for Wound Status Early Outcome Sensor and 3D Construct Development. In summary, to date, Daemen has been awarded over $3.8 million in funding from industry, private foundations, and the federal government to support research.

On September 10, 2012, Daemen College opened the first Physical Therapy Wound Care Clinic in New York State administered by a college or university. The clinic offers a collaborative effort to the healing of wounds.

Executive Summary of the Clinic

Learn about how Daemen College strives to achieve excellence through the founding of the wound care center.

Clinic Staff Resumes

Learn more about our clinic staff and the many different related research activities associated.

Daemen College PT Program

Read about the Daemen College Physical Therapy Program and all it has to offer.

Damen Orthopedic Fellowship Program

Read more about the Daemen College Fellowship Program in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy

Business First

Read an article about us in Business First on Tuesday February 28th, 2012

Daemen College Receives $530,000 Grant from the John R. Oishei Foundation

Read more about the Grant and what it has allowed the center to do for our patients. February 27th, 2012.

Business First

Read an article about us in Business First on Friday March 2nd, 2012.

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know Daemen’s faculty members are active in their own education?

Natural Sciences Professor Brenda Young will be attending the Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology in Panama and presenting a paper on our sustainability efforts.

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