Andrea L. Behrman, PhD, PT, FAPTA is a Professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Louisville and Endowed Chair in Pediatric NeuroRecovery. She is the Director of the Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric NeuroRecovery with a research arm at the University of Louisville and a clinical out-patient, pediatric program embedded in Frazier Rehab Institute fast-tracking evidence-based, activity-based therapies into clinical practice. Her research focus is to develop and test therapeutic interventions promoting recovery after spinal cord injury in children and adults capitalizing on activity-dependent neuroplasticity and an understanding of the neurobiology of walking and motor control. Her work has been funded by NIH, Department of Defense, VA Rehabilitation Research and Development, Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, the Helmsley Charitable Trust, Foundation for Physical Therapy, and the Florida Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Research Trust Fund, the National Center for Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation, and Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence. Her most recent work focuses on transcutaneous spinal stimulation in pediatrics with SCI. She was the invited Shumway-Cook Lecturer - Academy of Neurologic PT, the invited Maley Lecturer for the APTA and keynote lecturer for the Annual Pediatric Section Meeting of the APTA.