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Katie Jordan (Photo by Glenn Marzano) Katie Jordan, associate chair of occupational therapy clinical services and clinical professor, has officially announced her candidacy in the 2019 elections held by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Jordan is running for the position of Director to… Read more
Award recognizes career-long dedication to the science and practice of sensory integration and processing.
Stefanie Bodison Assistant Professor of Research Stefanie Bodison ’92, MA ’93, OTD ’10 has been named the 2019 recipient of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation's A. Jean Ayres Award. The Ayres award recognizes commitment to research-related development or testing of occupational… Read more
Physical and occupational therapists are teaming up with physicians to provide personalize care for injury recovery, disease prevention and much more.
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Award recognizes Pitts' career-long expertise in, and advocacy for, mental and behavioral health.
Deborah Pitts PhD ’12, associate clinical professor of occupational therapy, has been selected as a 2019 inductee to the American Occupational Therapy Association's Roster of Fellows in recognition of her career work towards "sustaining the profession's mental, behavioral health capacities." The… Read more
Inaugural symposium of Trojans working on VR tools for health and rehab
By Mike McNulty Dominique Duncan, assistant professor of neurology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, explains a demonstration of her Virtual Brain Segmenter, a VR-based tool for correcting errors that are created during the MRI process. (Photo by Glenn Marzano) At the inaugural USC Virtual… Read more
Board of Councilors member Wayne Hinthorn, pictured in June 2018. (Photo by Glenn Marzano) Wayne L. Hinthorn went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on the morning of Sept. 27, 2018. Born July 25, 1928, in Canon City, Colo., Wayne was the second son of Clinton B. Hinthorn and… Read more
Alumna’s research expertise includes occupational perspectives on marginalized populations.
By Mike McNulty It’s been a decade since the September 2008 Wall Street bankruptcies that symbolically marked the start of America’s Great Recession. Yet while today’s jobless claims have fallen to once-in-a-generation lows, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 1.3 million Americans are… Read more
More than two years in the making, new USC Chan Archive holds rare and historically significant items.
By Mike McNulty Grace Baranek and Florence Clark unveil the portrait honoring Clark's 42 years as a USC occupational therapy faculty member. (Photo by Glenn Marzano) Occupational therapists from across the generations convened on June 15 to celebrate the opening of a new archive and to honor newly… Read more
Linsey Smith helps answer common questions about identity, language and experiential issues for autistic people (and people with autism).
Photo by Iker Urteag/Unsplash April 2 marks World Autism Awareness Day, a designated day when communities around the world host events and activities that increase understanding, support and acceptance for people living with autism. In recognition of World Autism Awareness Day 2018, Assistant… Read more
By Karen McCarthy MA ’04, OTD ’08 with Kimberly Kho On Valentine's Day 2018, dating coach, occupational therapist and USC Chan alumna Karen McCarthy shares insights from her qualitative study on the habits and occupations of dating. Learn more about McCarthy at karenmccarthycoaching.com.… Read more