The Developmental Projects core funds pilot projects chosen based on their innovation and translational value, and the need and potential of novel methods to advance OAIC projects



Alan M. Jette, PT, PhD, F.A.P.T.A.
Boston University’s School of Public Health 

Professor of Health Policy & Management at Boston University’s School of Public Health
Director of Boston University’s Health & Disability Research Institute
Research Director for the New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center at Boston University Medical Center
Director of the Boston University Post Doctoral Research Fellowship in Rehabilitation Outcomes and Effectiveness Research

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Dr. Jette’s is an internationally recognized expert in the measurement of function and disability.  He has developed numerous instruments that assess function and disability and has published numerous articles on these topics in the rehabilitation, geriatrics, and public health literature.  Dr. Jette’s current research interests include the measurement, epidemiology, and prevention of disability, and the development and dissemination of contemporary outcome measurement instruments to evaluate the quality of health care.