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Harshavardhan Deoghare , PT, PhD

Assistant Dean of Research/Chair/Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy Education

College of Health Sciences

E-Mail: hdeoghare@westernu.edu

Phone: | Fax:

Join year: 2014

Education

Fellowship, Educational Leadership Institute (ELI), American Physical Therapy Association, July 2019 - July 2020

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 2011

Ph.D. Rehabilitation Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 2010

Bachelor in Physiotherapy (BPT), University of Pune, Pune, India, 2002

Certification

American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification for Healthcare Professionals

Courses

PT 8400 Captstone I

PT 8401 Captstone II

PT 8402 Captstone III

PT 5140 Evidence based practice

PT 8101 Pharmacology for Physical Therapists

Research Grant

Funded/In Review Grant Activity:

FEDERAL

H Deoghare (CO-PI)

  • ($250000) Not Awarded
  • Self-adaptive and reliable body area sensor networks for pervasive health-related data collection and monitoring
  • Fall 2014 National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Grant

H Deoghare (PI)

  • ($30,000) Not Awarded
  • Project No: 5G11HD057605-04 Early Mobilization in the ICU: Identification of Barriers and Enablers
  • Spring 2014 National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Extramural Associate Research Development Award (EARDA)

STATE

H Deoghare (PI)

FOUNDATION

H Deoghare (Co-PI)

  • $10000 Awarded
  • The 2013 Kaiser Community Continuing Education Course Grant 06/22/2013

H Deoghare (Co-PI)

  • $10,000 Awarded
  • Addressing Childhood Obesity Through a Community Based Sports Club and Wellness Program
  • California Endowment 2012-2014

OTHER

H Deoghare (PI)

  • $20,000 Awarded
  • Western University of Health Sciences, intramural Grant, Summer 2017

H Deoghare (PI)

  • $30,000 Awarded
  • Provost Research Activity Seed Grant, California State University, Fresno 01/01/12

H Deoghare (PI)

  • ($7500) Awarded
  • President’s Tablet Initiative Faculty Fellowship Program, California State University, Fresno 02/05/2014

H Deoghare (PI)

  • $5000 Awarded
  • Title V and the Technology Innovations Summer Teaching Innovations Academy Grant, California State University, Fresno 08/05/2013

Current/Active Research Activity:

Early Rehabilitation Using Functional Electrical Stimulation Assisted Supine Cycling in the Intensive Care Unit

Study Title: Identifying Characteristics and Barriers to Sustainable Student-Run Pro Bono Physical Therapy Clinics (Cllaborative study)

  • WesternU IRB Number approval number: 16IRB134
  • The Ohio State IRB approval Study Number: 2017E0412
  • Principal investigator: Harsha Deoghare,
  • Co-Investigators: Anne Kloos, Marka Gehrig Salsberry, PT, DPT
  • The Ohio State University, School of Health and Rehabilitation

Effect of high-intensity inspiratory muscle training on lung volumes, diaphragm thickness, and exercise capacity in healthy subjects.

  • Principal investigator: Harsha Deoghare
  • Pending IRB approval

Awards

University of Florida Multicultural Student Leadership Award

President’s Tablet Initiative Faculty Fellowship

2004 -2008: Alumni Fellowship, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Spring 2005: Student Travel Grant Award, Graduate Student Council, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

1997 - 2002: National Talent Search Scholarship, National Council of Education Research and Training, India www.ncert.nic.in

Organizations

American Physical Therapy Association, Member, 2009- Present

California Physical Therapy Association, 2009-Present

American Physical Therapy Association, Acute Care Section Research Committee Member, 2009- Present

Community Health Screening- Preceptor, Western University of Health Sciences, 2014-Present

Committees

Western University of Health Sciences

Research Committee, Member, 2015-Present

Chair, 2017-Present

Faculty Senate, Senator (Alternate) 2017-2018

Western University of Health Sciences, College of Health Sciences

  • Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2015-2018

Member, Ballet Committee, 2017-2018

Western University of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy Education

Department of Physical Therapy Education Award Sub Committee Member, 2014-Present

Department of Physical Therapy Education Admissions Sub-Committee Member, 2014-Present

Search Committee, Chair, 2017-2018

Publications

Manuscript Under Revision:

  • Sherry Andrews MD, Harsha Deoghare PhD, PT

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Maintenance Program may prevent accelerated FEV1 decline in patients with COPD (COPD-2015-0111)

Journal COPD: Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

  • Erin Thomas DPT, Harsha Deoghare PhD, PT

Acute Care Section Survey: Examining Access, Utilization, Resources, and Implementation of Research within Acute Care

Peer Reviewed Publications:

  • Farah-Franco, S., Singer-Chang, G., & Deoghare, H. (2017). Advancing the Measurement of Dental Students’ Professionalism. Journal of dental education,81(11),1338-1344.

  • Andrews, S. M., Deoghare, H. V., Mills, P. K., Van Gundy, K., Vempilly, J. J., & Jain, V. V. (2017). Pulmonary Rehabilitation Maintenance Program May Prevent Accelerated FEV1 Decline in Patients With COPD. Clinical Pulmonary Medicine, 24(4), 143-148.

  • Martin A.D., Joseph A.M., Beaver T.M., Smith B.K., Martin T.D., Berg K., Hess P.J., Deoghare H.V., Leeuwenburgh C. - Effect of intermittent phrenic nerve stimulation during cardiothoracic surgery on mitochondrial respiration in the human diaphragm Critical Care Medicine 2014 Feb; 42(2): e152-6

  • Harsha Deoghare, Anna-Maria Joseph, Barbara Smith, Christiaan Leeuwenburgh, Thomas Beaver, Tomas Martin, and Daniel Martin - Effect of Intermittent Phrenic Nerve Stimulation During Cardiothoracic Surgery On Human Diaphragm Mitochondrial Respiration American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2011; 183: A2166.

  • Martin, A.D., Davenport P.W., Smith B.K., Harman E., Gonzalez-Rothi R., Baz M., Layon J., Banner M., Caruso L., Deoghare H., Huang T., Gabrielli A., - Inspiratory muscle strength training improves weaning outcome in failure to wean patients: A controlled trial. Crititcal Care 2011;15:R84

  • Huang T., Deoghare H.V., Smith B.K., Beaver T.M., Baker H.V., Martin A.D. - Gene Expression Changes in the Human Diaphragm Following Cardiothoracic Surgery. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. 2011;142:1214-1222e20

  • H.V. Deoghare, Tseng-Tien Huang, and D. Martin -Human Gene Expression Changes Following Diaphragm Unloading Via Controlled Mechanical Ventilation: QRT-PCR Analysis. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, May 2010; 181:A5038

  • H.V. Deoghare, T. Huang, P.W. Davenport, A.J. Layon, L. Caruso, and A.D. Martin - Breathing Variability during Spontaneous Breathing Trials in Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation Patients. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine; Apr 2009; 179: A3819

  • T. Huang, H.V. Deoghare, T. Beaver, H.V. Baker, and A.D. Martin - Gene Expression Changes in the Human Diaphragm Following Cardiothoracic Surgery. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine; Apr 2009; 179: A4518

  • B.K. Smith, H.V. Deoghare, T. Huang, and A.D. Martin - Rate of Inspiratory Pressure Development and Maximal Inspiratory Pressure in Ventilated and Healthy Adults. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine; Apr 2009; 179:A3102