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Harshavardhan Deoghare, PT, PhD

Harshavardhan Deoghare, PT, PhD

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

College of Health Sciences

hdeoghare@westernu.edu

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