University of Southern California
University of Southern California
Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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BUEHLER 2017

In November, New York University's Dr. Kristie Patten Koenig delivered the 2017 Patricia Buehler Legacy Award for Clinical Innovation. View photos from her visit and lecture, entitled "Shifting to Strengths: How an Abilities Based Model Can Transform Research and Practice."

RESEARCH

Our funded research programs—which have secured more than $29M in federal funding since 1994—and our academic publications explore issues including health disparities, chronic conditions, rehabilitation science, neuropsychology and sensory processing.

ACADEMICS

Our No. 3-ranked entry-level master’s program is one of our five degree programs which are also supplemented by our undergraduate minor, postdoctoral training and continuing education programs.

FACULTY

Our faculty includes world-renowned experts in bench-to-bedside translational research approaches including randomized controlled trials, qualitative and quantitative data analytic strategies and functional brain imaging.

ALUMNI

Learn more about the Campaign for USC Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, which has raised more than $21 million in two years, browse the latest issue of our magazine and be sure to stay in touch with the Trojan Family.

PATIENT CARE

Our faculty clinicians deliver Lifestyle Redesign services and evidence-based interventions at our Faculty Practice and to patients at Keck Hospital of USC and USC Norris Cancer Hospital.

BUEHLER 2017

In November, New York University's Dr. Kristie Patten Koenig delivered the 2017 Patricia Buehler Legacy Award for Clinical Innovation. View photos from her visit and lecture, entitled "Shifting to Strengths: How an Abilities Based Model Can Transform Research and Practice."

RESEARCH

Our funded research programs—which have secured more than $29M in federal funding since 1994—and our academic publications explore issues including health disparities, chronic conditions, rehabilitation science, neuropsychology and sensory processing.

ACADEMICS

Our No. 3-ranked entry-level master’s program is one of our five degree programs which are also supplemented by our undergraduate minor, postdoctoral training and continuing education programs.

FACULTY

Our faculty includes world-renowned experts in bench-to-bedside translational research approaches including randomized controlled trials, qualitative and quantitative data analytic strategies and functional brain imaging.

ALUMNI

Learn more about the Campaign for USC Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, which has raised more than $21 million in two years, browse the latest issue of our magazine and be sure to stay in touch with the Trojan Family.

PATIENT CARE

Our faculty clinicians deliver Lifestyle Redesign services and evidence-based interventions at our Faculty Practice and to patients at Keck Hospital of USC and USC Norris Cancer Hospital.

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Research Expertise

Our faculty have secured $29M+ of federal funding since 1994.

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Latest News

The veteran occupational therapist →

Nov 11, 2017, in General News, Student News, Alumni News

By Jen Hermanson MA ’15, OTD ’16 Photo courtesy of Army Medicine Editor’s note: In commemoration of Veterans Day 2017, USC Chan alumna and U.S....

3 things I’ve learned about veterans →

Nov 9, 2017, in General News, Alumni News

By Alison Cogan MA ’12, PhD ’17 2017 commemorative Veterans Day poster/Department of Veterans Affairs’ National Veterans Outreach Office Editor’s note: USC Chan alumna Alison...

Occupational therapy’s unique value in breast cancer care →

Oct 31, 2017, in General News

Assistant Clinical Professor Michelle Lee Hsia discusses the unique value of occupational therapy services during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month By Michelle Lee Hsia /...

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Bryan

My Favorite Holiday →

Nov 21, 2017, by Bryan

More than the food, football, and even times with family, I love Thanksgiving because it forces me for at least one day to stop complaining...

Kaitlyn

What it Means to be an OTAC Student Delegate →

Nov 21, 2017, by Kaitlyn

I have been asked what I do as an Occupational Therapy Association of California (OTAC) Student Delegate quite frequently and I don’t blame people for...

Linah

Personal Statements: What Helps? →

Nov 21, 2017, by Linah

One of the most stressful things that comes along with applying to undergraduate and graduate programs is writing a personal statement. The rules aren’t that...

USC Chan Magazine

USC Chan Magazine | Spring 2017

Spring 2017 →

Time After Time: Looking at the evolution of occupational therapy through the eyes of four generations of Trojans.

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USC Chan Magazine | Summer 2016

Summer 2016 →

Racing Toward the Finish Line: USC Chan alumna Annemarie Orr ‘07, MA ‘08, OTD ‘15 uses the power of occupational therapy to help Boston Marathon bombing survivors Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes get back to the life they knew.

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