Dr. Stephen Page, is Associate Professor in the School of Allied Medical Professions at The Ohio State University Medical Center. Dr. Page is also Director of the Motor Recovery Laboratory, also at OSUMC. Dr. Page is the author of over 70 peer reviewed articles and has made over 100 national and international professional presentations. Dr. Page has served as principal investigator of $6,000,000 in extramurally funded research grants funded by the National Institutes of Health, the American Stroke Association, and other organizations. Virtually all of Dr. Page's work focuses on restoring movement after stroke.
Dr. Page graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from the College of Wooster, completed a Master of Science Degree at Ball State University and graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Motor Learning and Control from The University of Tennessee. He also completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation. He has received numerous awards for his work including being named a fellow of the American Stroke Association (2006), and receiving the HealthCare Hero Award (2007), given annually by the Cincinnati Business Courier to recognize outstanding work with the uninsured. In October, 2006, Dr. Page received the first ever Deborah Wilkerson Early Career Award, presented by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and, in 2007, received both a certificate of appreciation for his work from the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Outstanding Paper award from the Ohio Physical Therapy Association. In 2011 Dr. Page received the Distinguished Member Award, also from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.