Providence VA Medical Center scientist honored for work on upper-limb loss

Linda Resnik discusses the DEKA arm.
LINDA RESNIK, left, a research scientist at the Providence VA Medical Center, discusses the DEKA arm, an advanced upper-limb prosthesis, with research specialist Frantzy Acluche and project coordinator Sarah Ekerholm at the Providence VA Medical Center DEKA arm lab. /COURTESY PROVIDENCE VA MEDICAL CENTER/KIMBERLY DIDONATO
PROVIDENCE – Linda Resnik, a research career scientist with the Providence VA Medical Center, was awarded the Paul B. Magnuson Award, the VA Rehabilitation Research and Development's highest honor, for her work with veterans who have lost their upper limbs, the Providence VAMC reported. Established in 1998, the Paul B. Magnuson Award is presented annually to a VA…

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