Dr. Darragh leads the National Pediatric Rehabilitation Resource Center Pilot Studies Core. Dr. Darragh is an Associate Professor and Director of the Division of Occupational Therapy in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University. She is an occupational therapist and research scientist focused on optimizing rehabilitation outcomes while supporting caregiver and family health. The breadth of her work includes pediatric rehabilitation, parent and family health and well-being, musculoskeletal injury prevention, and the application of virtual technologies and patient handling technologies in healthcare. Through interprofessional, team-based science, Dr. Darragh is dedicated to the translation of high quality evidence to clinical practice to support optimal patient, family, and provider outcomes. Currently, she is co-investigator for 3 NIH-funded multisite comparative efficacy (RCT) trials in pediatric neurorehabilitation: CHAMP (R01HD068345), Baby CHAMP (R01HD074574), and the Phase III StrokeNet I-ACQUIRE (U01NS106655), for which she serves as co-director of the study Assessment Center and investigator liaison to the I-ACQUIRE Parent Council, and principal investigator for a study developing an app for health and safety support for healthcare workers (Ohio BWC). Dr. Darragh is committed to the development and testing of state-of-the-art interventions and methodologies to improve child and family outcomes and to the mentorship of the next generation of highly skilled, rigorous, and innovative scientists.