Jeffery Rosenbluth


Jeffrey Rosenbluth, M.D., is the Medical Director of the Spinal Cord Injury Acute Rehabilitation program at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center. Rosenbluth has promoted a vision of health, independence and an active lifestyle for individuals with complex physical disabilities in the Intermountain west since 2001. In 2003 he developed the University of Utah’s TRAILS (Technology, Recreation, Access, Independence, Lifestyle, Sports) Program with a goal of maximizing quality of life through innovations in wellness, sports, recreation, education, and advocacy. TRAILS provides 15,000 community program hours and Rosenbluth believes strongly in incorporating University of Utah students from diverse backgrounds into all aspects of program development and support. His work on TRAILS has attracted widespread support from leading funding organizations in the field, including the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, the United States Paralympic Committee, and the United States Veterans Administration. Rosenbluth has obtained more than $5 million in support for innovative product and program development for individuals with complex disabilities. In 2013, Rosenbluth received the Craig H. Neilsen Presidential Endowed Chair of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine.