Mark S. Nash, Ph.D., FACSM is a dynamic instructor who is highly regarded for his ability to take complex information and make it meaningful and clinically relevant. His pharmacology courses have earned widespread kudos for ease of understanding and relevance to therapy practice. He is a tenured Professor of Neurological Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine at the Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, Principal Investigator for The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, and Director of Research in Rehabilitation Medicine. He holds graduate degrees in Human Biology, Applied Physiology, and Clinical Anatomy, and was a Doctoral Fellow focusing on rehabilitation of ischemic heart disease. Dr. Nash has taught doctoral coursework in Pharmacology in two distinguished Physical Therapy Programs, and has presented more than 100 continuing education programs nationwide. He has published more than 100 manuscripts, scholarly monographs, and book chapters on topics in rehabilitation physiology.
What others are saying:
"Mark was engaging and fun to learn from. He made the information useful to use and was a pleasure to spend the day with. Very informative in his presentation. Thank You!"
"Dr. Nash is very engaging and forthcoming with a wealth of current and relevant information. I feel that I can apply a lot of new knowledge to my acute care practice, as well as applications in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Programs."
"This was one of the most informative and interesting courses I have been to in years, Dr. Nash was fantastic. I would recommend this course to any discipline in need of a good pharmacology review."
Mark 's Courses:
Pharmacology Fundamentals for Therapists