Graduate News

  • MBA Alumni Speaker Series

    Bryant AdibeDPT faculty member Bryant Adibe, MD, will serve as Mount Saint Mary's first-ever Chief Wellness Officer.  Dr. Adibe received his medical doctorate from the University of Florida, and completed clinical clerkships in Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School's Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Stanford University Medical Center.  He completed graduate coursework in Evidence-Based Healthcare and Research Methodology at Oxford University in the UK.  Prior to joining the Mount, he served in the Obama Administration as a Fellow in Medical Education within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services during rollout of the Affordable Care Act. Recently, he received a person invitation from Arianna Huffington to become a regular contributor on Health and Wellness for the Huffington Post.

    Sister Magdalen Coughlin Award for Outstanding Service 

    BernadetteRobertBernadette Robert, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Community Engagement, was named the recipient of the Graduate Division's Sister Magdalen Coughlin Award for Outstanding Service.  Bernadette is an alumna of Mount Saint Mary's University and the University of San Francisco.  During her 33 year tenure at the University, Bernadette has served as Interim Director of Admission, Director of College Relations, Assistant Dean, and now Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Community Engagement.  She currently serves on numerous internal University committees.  In collaboration with her Community Engagement colleagues, the Mount community and numerous community based organizations, schools and institutions of higher education, Bernadette has led efforts in the establishment of a myriad of outreach programs and initiatives to serve the youth of Los Angeles.  Bernadette has also represented MSMU in various capacities on boards of advisors/directors for community based organizations and national organizations.  Bernadette also represents MSMU on various Boards throughout Los Angeles such as the Alexandria House, The Millennium Momentum Foundation, and the Los Angeles Police Department's Police Advisory Committee for Education and Training, to name a few.  The Graduate Division is honored to bestow its highest honor to Bernadette Robert for her years of outstanding service and unwavering dedication tot he Mount community, its students, and to our neighbors in the greater Los Angeles community.

    MBA Alumni Speaker Series

     Kendra AngierThe MBA Department is pleased to announce an Alumni Speaker Series to kick off May 25, 2016.  Their first speaker is Kendra Angier, Vice President of Human Resources for Ingram Micor.  Ms. Angier earned her MBA as a working professional from the University of San Francisco and has held a variety of senior leadership roles in the industry and higher education.

    Education Faculty News

    Living in Tension - Shelly TochlukDr. Shelly Tochluk, Chair of Education, has announced that her second book, Living in the Tension:  The Quest for a Spiritualized Racial Justice, will be published this April.  This book is the result of her last 15 years grappling with how to build and balance both spiritual and racial justice practices.  It draws heavily on what she has learned from her youth mentorship and anti-racist communities, particularly AWARE-LA.  Its purpose is to address and clarify issues that keep healing, growth, and connection across difference.

    DPT Faculty News

    Julia Chang, PT, DPT professor and her colleagues at UCLA have published their research on "Evidence for resident memory T cells Rasmussen Encephalitis" in the February 2016 edition of Frontiers in Immunology.

    Critical Teaching in Action Conference

     Critical Teaching in Action 2016"The Intersection of Social Justice and Environmental Education" is this year's theme for the Critical Teaching in Action conference presented by the University's Center for Cultural Fluency on February 13, 2016.  The conference brought together educators, social workers, community activists and others who were interested in sharing new ways to teach social justice.  Among the highlights at this years event:  A keynote talk by Tim Swinehart, author of "A People's Curriculum for the Earth:  Climate Change and the Environmental Crisis"; a special public screening of the documentary, "This Changes Everything," a unique attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change; and the presentation of the 2016 Cultural Fluency Award to L.A.'s guerilla gardener and TED Talks favorite, Ron Finley (pictured to the left).

    DPT Faculty News

    AlanleeAlan Lee, PT, DPT, PhD, CWS, GCS, Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy presented the Distinguished Guest Lecture in Healthcare Innovation to the College of Allied Health Sciences at August University on Wednesday, January 27, 2016.  The title of his presentation was "Telehealth Impact for Now and the Future: Rehabilitation Perspective".


    DPT Faculty News

    Alan Lee, PT, DPT, PhD, CWS, GCS, Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy is a national expert in Telehealth. His most recent publication is "Lee AC, Billings M. Telehealth Implementation in a Skilled Nursing Facility: A Case Report for Physical Therapist Practice in Washington." PHYS THER published ahead of print December 10, 2015, doi:10.2522/ptj.20150079  

    Valerie Teglia, PT, DPT, NCS, Director of Clinical Education in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program and co-investigators from other DPT programs are the recipient of an American Physical Therapy Association Education Section Research Grant for the following topic, "Trends, issues and challenges facing the Director of Clinical Education: Preparing direction in physical therapist clinical education Principal Investigator," Christine McCallum PT PhD, Walsh University, N Canton, OH; Co-investigators: Donna Applebaum, PT, DPT, MGH, Boston, MA; Chalee R. Engelhard, PT, EdD, MBA, GCS, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; and Valerie Teglia, PT, DPT, NCS

    Graduate Nursing Research Poster Symposium

    NursingSymposiumOn December 9, 2015, the Master of Science in Nursing program presented their Third Annual Graduate Nursing Research Poster Symposium at the Doheny Campus.  The event allowed 10 students to present results from research they've conducted over the past year.  The topics ranged from nurse engagement and self-care analyses of treatments, protocols and therapies.  Medical professionals, alums, fellow students and guests had the chance to listen to the presentations, and engage in conversation directly with the student researchers.  A panel of judges evaluated the presentations, awarding first-, second- and third-place ribbons to the top three presentations.  First prize went to Flora Yuen '17, for her research on "Pediatric Nurses' Level of Preparedness in Code Blue Events." Second prize went to Leah Korkis '17, for "Assessing End-of-Life Care in the Acute Care Setting." And third prize was awarded to Raissa D. Camanzo, for "Barriers and Facilitators to Nurse Engagement." (Mount Matters, January 2016)

    MSN Alums Featured in a Panel Discussion

    MSNAlumPanelMSN Alums were featured in a panel discussion at the MSN Fall Faculty Meeting on October 24, 2015. The alums shared perspectives on the MSN curriculum and how the program prepared them for new roles and positions. Jennifer Guzman has been appointed to a tenure track position at Citrus College, Brandi Rico obtained a new position in the Office of Licensing, Regulatory, and Accreditation Department at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and Katherine Winnie is a clinical nurse specialist at Keck Medical Center of USC and enrolled in a doctoral program.

    MSN Student Presents at 43rd Biennial Convention

    MSNSuzanneGrafSuzanne Graf presented her MSN thesis project "The Impact of End-of-Life Care Training on Medical-Surgical Nurses" at the 43rd Biennial Convention Sigma Theta Tau's International Honor Society of Nursing in Las Vegas. Ms. Graf is completing her MSN studies in the Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist track.

    Kirsi Toivanen-AtillaMSN graduate Kirsi Toivanen-Atilla conducted a poster presentation of her MSN thesis project “Effective Nursing Leadership and Emotional Intelligence” at Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing’s 43rd Biennial Convention in Las Vegas. Ms. Toivanen-Atilla’s work was completed under the guidance of her thesis project advisor, Dr. Tori Canillas-Dufau.

    National Parkinson Foundation Moving Day

    In honor of October as Physical Therapy Month, several DPT students participated in the National Parkinson Foundation Moving Day Los Angeles on Saturday, October 24, 2015 in Long Beach. This fundraiser supports local communities across the country provide health, wellness and support services to individuals' with Parkinson's.

    Creative Writing News

    Ana Thorne, PhD, professor of creative writing presented a paper, "Place and Race:  An Educational Journey," at the October 15-17, 2015, annual conference of the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs, in San Jose, California.  She also participated in a panel on "Place, Identity and Education."

    DPT Students run Nike Half Marathon

    REVISEDnikemarathonDPTDPT students Emily Billings, Marissa Dannaway, Rachel Suson, Priscilla Williams, Marco Milano and Laura Hansen completed the Nike Women's Half Marathon in San Francisco, Sunday, October 18, 2015.

    MFA Film and Television Student Awarded Best Actress, Latino Short Film Festival

    Maritza BrikisakDirector/Writer Felix Martiz recently presented Mount MFA Film and Television Student Maritza Brikisak an award for Best Actress at the Latino Short Film Festival for her performance in El Altar De Soledad, a film by MSMU Film and Television Students.

    The MFA in Film and Television Program is under the leadership of interim director Dr. Pamela Haldeman.

    News from Center for Cultural Fluency

    The online catalog of the Mount's Center for Cultural Fluency provides a wealth of information about available books, videos, museum kits and other resources representing the diverse cultures of Los Angeles. Located on the second floor of the Library on the MSMU Doheny Campus, CCF also has open shelves for browsing. CCF is happy to announce that Shaquan Dixon has been selected as Graduate Student Intern for 2015-16.

    Critical Teaching in Action Conference

    Critical Teaching in ActionMount Saint Mary's University is pleased to host the CCF Social Justice Teach Conference, a one-day conference on February 13, 2016 dedicated to environmental education. More information is available at

    DPT Faculty and Alumni Participation at Physical Therapy Conference

    Assistant Professor Craig Newsam, PT, DPT, recently gave a presentation titled "Promoting Physical Activity in Persons with Neurological Disability: Using Personal Exercise Experiences as a Learning Tool for Entry-Level DPT Students" at the poster session of the California Physical Therapy Association, September 26 and 27, 2015. April Anthony, DPT '14 presented a poser session titled "The Effects of Mid-Thoracic Manipulation on Heart Rate Variability".

    2015 DPT Life Rolls On

    DPT Life Rolls OnOn Saturday, September 12, 2015, 12 DPT students volunteered at a Life Rolls On event in La Jolla. Life Rolls On is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury. More information about the organization is at the link below.
    The students in the photo are from left to right: Ashleigh Gaulke, Laura Hansen, Rachel Suson, Karlee Campbell, Julia Stearns, Manreet Sangha, Amy Ngo, Moses Lau, Lauren Kato, Marissa Acuna, Brandon Wong, Daniel Diaz.

    Humanities Program Seeks Full Membership in AGLS

    At the Fall meeting of the Association for Graduate Liberal Studies Programs, Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles will be considered for the distinction of being granted full membership. The MA Humanities Program is directed by Dr. Millie Kidd, an active participant in AGLS.

    DPT Faculty News

    Julia Chang, PhD, DPT professor, and her colleagues at UCLA published their research on "Evidence for the involvement of gamma delta T cells in the immune repose in Rasmussen encephalitis" in the 2015 Journal of Neuroinflammation. (Mount Matters, August 2015, Page 5)

    Joshua Dusick, MD, part-time instructor in the DPT and biology departments, will co-presented a comprehensive study of post-traumatic cerebral energy metabolism at the annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, to be held in September 2015 in New Orleans. (Mount Matters, August 2015, Page 5)

    New MBA Program Director

    Christian TeeterChristian Teeter, MBA, EdD has been appointed as Director of Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles MBA Program. Dr. Teeter comes to the Mount from U.C. Berkeley, where he served as Chief of Staff, Division of Undergraduate Education, reporting to the Vice-Chancellor. Previously he served as Secretary to the Board of Trustees for Coast Community College. Dr. Teeter has taught on ground and online at U.C. Berkeley, Golden Gate University, Western Governor's University, Argosy, and University of Phoenix. He received his Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, an MBA from Marshal School of Business at the University of Southern California, and a B.A. Magna Cum Laude from Colgate University.

    DPT Alum News

    Abbigail Fietzer '09 DPT is currently earning her PhD in the Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Research Laboratory at USC's Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. She was awarded the American Physical Therapy Association's Foundation for Physical Therapy's "Promotion of Doctoral Studies" scholarship for 2015. (Mount Matters, August 2015, Page 5)

    Education Faculty News

    Robin Gordon presented a paper, "The Art of the Yellow and the White: Chinese Alchemy, Chinggis Khan and Maria Prophitissa," at the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry in June 2015 at Cambridge University. (Mount Matters, August 2015, Page 5)

    MFA in Creative Writing Student News

    Michelle Patnett '16, an MFA in Creative Writing student, recently had four poems selected by a national literary publication. Patnett's poetry will be included in the Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters "Imagine This! An ArtPrize Anthology 2015." (Mount Matters, August 2015, Page 5)

    New MFA Creative Writing Program Director

    Johnny PayneJohnny Payne, MFA, PhD, has been appointed as Director of the Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles MFA in Creative Writing Program. Payne has published novels in Spanish and English, and co-created an opera. He is the founder and past director of a bilingual MFA in Creative Writing program in Texas. Payne has previously served at Professor at University of Alaska Fairbanks, University of Texas El Paso, and Florida Atlantic University. Payne received his Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from Stanford University and his M.F.A in Creative Writing from the University of Alabama.

    MSN Alums in Leadership Roles at City of Hope

    MSN Alums 01MSN alums Marie Malicki '07, Monica Munaretto '12, and Jennifer Peterson '12 are employed in key leadership positions at the City of Hope in Duarte. Both Marie and Jennifer are educators and Monica is a manager. The event was sponsored by the Nursing Research and Education, and the Cancer Control and Population Sciences Program and featured Nurse Scientist Donna Berry, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN. Dr. Berry is an Associate Professor, Medicine, Harvard Medical School and the Director, Phyllis F. Cantor Center for Research in Nursing & Patient Care Services at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

    MSN Alums in Leadership Roles at Cedars-Sinai

    Jeffrey Bergen - news 2015Jeff Bergen was promoted from Clinical Program Coordinator in the Office of Licensing, Accreditation and Regulatory (OLAR) to Manager of OLAR at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. In this position, Jeff has increased administrative overview to manage activities related to CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) and other regulatory agencies. Prior to working in the OLAR, Jeff worked on 4-SE as well as Hospital Epidemiology at Cedars. Jeff earned his Master of Science in Nursing degree in the Leadership / Administration track in 2010.​

    Melissa Berry Reviews Les Temps pour Tout

    Melissa Berry Review ThumbMelissa Berry, an alumna of the MSMU Graduate Humanities program and current MFA Creative Writing student, recently had another music review published in the Examiner. "Les Temps pour Tout" is the latest CD from French jazz sensation, Antoine Bleck. The review includes an interview with Bleck, his producer Russ Titelman, audio/video excerpts of Bleck at the keyboard, and a slide show of Bleck and his musicians.
    To see the complete review:  

    Ms. Berry has appeared in Smooth Jazz Magazine, The Examiner, The Los Angeles Times and Buzzine.

    MSN Alum News

    Kathrine Winnie - Graduate NewsKathrine Winnie, alum of the Clinical Nurse Specialist track, presented a poster at the 2015 National Teaching Institute and Critical Care Exposition in San Diego with the abstract published in the AACN online journal. In addition, Kathrine delivered a podium presentation at the 2014 National Versant Conference on Competency Redesign in Arlington, VA. Kathrine received her MSN degree in December 2013.

    Education News

    DHH GraduateThe 2014-2015 MSMU/JTC DHH Graduate Students completed their student teaching assignments (which is their last course) with a powerful sense of gratitude and joy. Without exception, they recognize their own learning, honor the Cooperating Teachers and marvel at the dedication to the children and their families. They are now interviewing for teaching positions. Demand is high for graduates of this program. Two of them have been chosen to participate in an intense literacy program that trains teachers to work on the special needs of the DHH population.

    DPT Faculty News

    Alan Chong W. Lee, PT, PhD, DPT, CWS, GCS Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy had the following article accepted in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education.

    Lee AC, Boissonnault W. Aches, Pains, Sprains and Strains: Incorporating online mp3 media to medical screening for patient referral physical therapy curricula. J Phys Ther Educ. In press.

    DPT Faculty and Students Volunteer in Tijuana, Mexico

    DPT Faculty and Students Volunteer in Tijuana, MexicoOn April 1, 2015, Dr. Lee and three DPT students were among a group of volunteers at the Hospital de Infantil de las Californias in Tijuana, Mexico. Physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech therapists worked with 60 pediatric clients and their families from the surrounding area. The children were fitted for wheelchairs, orthotics and other assistive devices to help them gain mobility. Families were educated on ways they can help their children be more active and independent. The hospital and all of its services are supported by the Foundation for the Children of the Californias; a tri-national collaboration between Canada, the United States and Mexico. The mission of the Foundation and Hospital is to improve health and nutrition for the children of the region. More information on this organization can be found at

    The individuals in the photo from left to right are:
    Ashleigh Gaulke DPT student Class of 2016
    Alan Lee PT, DPT, PhD, GSC, CSW – Associate Faculty Dept. of Physical Therapy
    Joe Chen DPT student Class of 2017
    Marco Milano DPT student Class of 2016

    Humanities News

    Kim Askew - 2015 - grad newsKim Askew is co-author of Twisted Lit, the critically-acclaimed Shakespeare-inspired series of young adult novels published by Merit Press. Kim's writing has appeared in newspapers, literary journals, and other publications, including the Wall Street Journal, SoMa Literary Review, and Elle Magazine as well as the anthology The May Queen. She is currently working on her Master's thesis on Henry James at Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles. Kim is managed by Jennifer Au of Caliber Media and represented by Hannah Brown Gordon of Foundry Literary + Media.

    MSN Ombudsman, Passes ANCC Nursing Professional Development Board Certification

    Angelica AcostaAngelica Acosta recently passed the certification exam for Nursing Professional Development administered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). This is a competency-based test that provides a valid and reliable assessment of the entry-level clinical knowledge and skills of registered nursing in the nursing professional development specialty (from the ANCC website). She has been awarded the credential: Registered Nurse-Board Certified (RN-BC). Angelica is the Ombudsman for the MSN Program. As Ombudsman, she represents students by providing their insight and feedback to faculty and administration to improve the program. Ms. Acosta is an alum of the Mount's MSN Program and also a graduate from our ADN Program. Her clinical expertise is neonatal intensive care; she currently is the Nursing Professional Development Specialist at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena.

    MSN Thesis Project Abstract Accepted at 7th Annual Nursing Research Conference in Long Beach

    Suzanne GrafSuzanne Graf's MSN thesis project, "The Impact of End-of-Life Care Training on Medical-Surgical Nurses," has been accepted for presentation at Long Beach Memorial Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach 7th Annual Nursing Research Conference. The focus of the Conference is,"Transitions In Care:Improving Patient Outcomes Through Research and Evidence-Based Practice" with the overall objective of providing an overview of transitions of care models, discussing evidence based strategies, and exploring ways to reduce ineffective transitions across settings. Her thesis project was conducted with guidance from Dr. Tori Canillas-Dufau.

    MSN Thesis Project Abstract Accepted at the 2015 ANCC National Magnet Conference

    MSN Thesis Project Abstract Accepted at the 2015 ANCC National Magnet ConferenceBrandi Rico’s thesis project abstract “An Analysis of Factors that Contribute to Falls in Select Out-patient Procedural Settings” has been accepted into the 2015 ANCC National Magnet Conference® in Atlanta, Georgia this Fall.

    “More than 7,000 nurses and nursing executives from top hospitals celebrate Magnet Recognition and gather to share evidence-based practices at the ANCC National Magnet Conference®. This is the official annual conference of the prestigious Magnet Recognition Program®, serving as both a celebration of accomplishment for newly designated Magnet® organizations and a showcase of best nursing practices for the Magnet community.” (from

    Brandi Rico also received 2nd place at the Second Annual Graduate Nursing Research Poster Symposium here at the Mount in December 2014 (photo: left to right - Suzanne Graf, Sue Polka, Brandi Rico).

    MSN Thesis Project Abstract Accepted at UCLA Conference

    MSN These Project Abstract Accepted at UCL ConferenceSue Polka has received word that her MSN thesis project abstract has been accepted for presentation at the 14th Annual Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference on April 22, 2015 at UCLA. Below is a photo of Sue at our 2nd Annual Graduate Nursing Research Poster Symposium in December of 2014, where the panel of alumni judges recognized the quality of Sue’s thesis project with the award of 1st place.

    Education Faculty News

    Jane FreutelJane Freutel, EdD, assistant director of the DHH Graduate Program at John Tracy Clinic and clinical faculty with the Mount’s education department presented “Graduate Students in Early Intervention: Learning Family-Centered Coaching” at the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention annual meeting on March 10 in Louisville, Ky.

    2015 LA Writers Conference

    Nikki Giovanni - Grad NewsNikki Giovanni, world-renowned poet, writer, commentator, activist and educator is the featured keynote speaker at the 2015 LA Writers Conference, Imagination: The Fiction Writer's Life, hosted by Mount Saint Mary's University and co-sponsored with the Women's National Book Association LA Chapter (WNBA). The Conference, a "first" for the new MFA in Creative Writing program, features engaging panels and workshops that will deliver practical advice to all levels of writers - from the aspiring beginner to the practiced professional. The Mount will welcome two hundred writers to the historic Doheny campus on March 14, and a diverse group of authors, students, community writing groups, literary agents, publishers, and booksellers


    The LA Writers Conference arrives at a milestone moment for Mount Saint Mary's as we move from a college to a university. And in the fall of 2014, the Mount launched its Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing degree, a program that seeks to train passionate and talented writers who are committed to the daily practice of writing and have the desire to perfect their craft. The 2015 LA Writers Conference offers just such an opportunity - here, writers may participate in a variety of panels and workshops that focus on LGBT literature, speculative fiction, young adult literature, romance, and the passage to publication.

    Proceeds from the 2015 LA Writers Conference will create the WNBA MFA in Creative Writing Scholarship at Mount Saint Mary's University. This Scholarship will benefit graduate students in the MFA program who plan to pursue a career in writing and demonstrate excellence in fiction, non-fiction, literary non-fiction, poetry, playwriting, or screenwriting. The creative writing work of Mount Saint Mary's students has been recognized and published since the 1930's.

    To reserve your seat to hear Nikki Giovanni speak, to register for the Writers Conference, or make a contribution, visit Early Bird rates are now in effect.

    Support the Conference on social media. Share posts, comment about what you're looking forward to, and create your own messages using the hashtag: #LAWritersCon. Follow Mount Saint Mary's University and the WNBA on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Conference news, speaker additions, and weekly contests with prizes are announced via Twitter: @MSMU_LA and @WNBA_LA.

    "Vatican II @ 50" Aggiornamento: Celebrating Sacrosanctum Concilium in Los Angeles

    “Vatican II @ 50” AggiornamentoThe Graduate Religious Studies Department held its third and final commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Vatican II event at the Doheny Campus on February 14. We welcomed over 400 people from throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to the event that celebrated the Church’s Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium. This Constitution called Catholics to aggiornamento, renewal, by incorporating traditional and cultural influences of the worshiping community in the ways liturgy is celebrated. We were blessed by live presentations of sacred prayer, dance, music and regalia of the Los Angeles Kateri Circle, the beautiful choir voices from Holy Name of Jesus Parish, folklorico dancers from Herencia Mexicana de Cabeza de Vaca Cultura, and Mariachi music. Participants were also introduced to Labyrinth prayer, wrote prayer intentions and placed them on a prayer tree, drew sacred images in chalk in front of the Doheny mansion, and viewed a video montage that showed the ways in which many other cultures celebrate liturgy in song and dance. Being a community of hospitality, our guests enjoyed a sumptuous lunch catered by Urban Taco. We were further blessed by beautiful weather and a community captivated by how wonderful our communal prayer is when we welcome the richness of diversity of the cultures and traditions of the people gathered.

    Doctor of Physical Therapy Alumni News

    15-02-09 News - Michelle AndersonDPT Alum Michelle Anderson (2014) participated in the poster presentation session of the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association in Indianapolis Indiana, Feb. 4-7, 2015. Her presentation was "The Effect of Menstruation on Hip Extension Range of Motion in Women with and without Pelvic Pain: A Pilot Study".