Linda Liang MOT, OTR/L, NDTC, HTC, PAM, CLT-LANA
Associate Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Room: CHP 133
Linda Liang has worked in a range of occupational therapy practice settings including 13 years at the Keck Medical Center of USC. Her areas of clinical expertise and specialty certifications include neurological rehabilitation, low vision therapy, hand therapy and lymphedema management. She has been instrumental in program development at the Keck Medical Center of USC, including the Occupational Therapy Low Vision Program and the occupational therapy protocol for cognitive assessment of individuals with possible normal pressure hydrocephalus.
Linda Liang was an ophthalmologist in China for seven years and blends that medical knowledge and experience with occupational therapy to provide thorough evaluation and effective treatment. She analyzes patient conditions and related anatomy, physiology and pathology to deliver unique occupation-based interventions for optimal results. She also consults with rehabilitation teams and other disciplines. Liang has trained occupational therapy doctoral residents in neurological rehabilitation and low vision evaluation and treatment, and also teaches low vision therapy at the USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.
Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
1993 | Texas Woman's University
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
1983 | Wenzhou Medical College (Wenzhou, China)