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Inaugural class inducts new sensory integration continuing education

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By Mike McNulty Clinical professor Erna Blanche and research assistant professor Stefanie Bodison review video of a SI treatment session. (Photo/Phil Channing) The inaugural cohort of participants has successfully completed the first of USC’s new sequential four-course Sensory Integration (SI)... Read more

Nine Trojans publish in July/August AJOT

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By Mike McNulty Nine members of the USC Trojan Family are cited as authors across three new research articles published in the July/August issue of the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Professor Sharon Cermak co-authored Atypical Sensory Modulation and Psychological... Read more

Commencement 2016: Graduates honor longtime associate dean during ceremony

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By Yasmine Pezeshkpour Fariborz Maseeh ScD Fariborz Maseeh ScD delivered the USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy commencement speech on May 13. Maseeh founded the Kids Institute for Development and Advancement (KiDA) in 2008 after his son... Read more

USC Chan scientist using neuroimaging to advance autism research

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By Mike McNulty Stefanie Bodison ’92, MA ’93, OTD ’10 is the latest in a long line of USC experts, stretching back more than 50 years to former USC faculty emeritus A. Jean Ayres ’45, MA ’54 and her landmark... Read more

After 27 years as division chair, Florence Clark to step down from administrative duties

The respected researcher, educator and leader to focus full-time on scholarship and division initiatives

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Alumna attempts Ninja Warrior course for cause

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By Mike McNulty Standing at the starting line of the world’s most notorious obstacle course, USC Chan alumna Karly Streisfeld MA ’05 took a deep breath and mentally visualized her route through the challenges looming ahead. As a competitor on... Read more

Class of 2015: A helper by design

Former graphic designer Eun Kyung Bae MA ’15 sets out on a new career path to redesign lives for senior and disabled populations as an occupational therapist

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By John Hobbs 2015 master’s degree graduate Eun Kyung Bae Eun Kyung Bae MA ’15 didn’t think she would ever be in a position to help others. After a fall left Bae paralyzed from the waist down, the then 31-year-old... Read more

Class of 2015: The courage to change

It took him nearly a decade, but Brian Wylie has found a career in occupational therapy that ties together his many disparate interests

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By Mike McNulty 2015 master’s degree graduate Brian Wylie While one’s life is most often lived looking forward, it is perhaps best understood only by reflecting backwards. For Brian Wylie MA ’15, a soon-to-be master’s degree graduate from the USC... Read more

Ten years of occupational Therapy in Africa

More than 200 USC students have taken advantage of an ‘amazing journey’ that led to Ghana

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By Jamie Wetherbe/USC News Bonnie Nakasuji ’74, MA ’94, OTD ’08 first went to Ghana in 2003 with a simple mission. She wanted to match patients with wheelchairs. Two years later — thanks to her passion for occupational therapy and... Read more

USC Chan students go 3 for 3 in AOTA elections

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By Mike McNulty All three USC Chan Division students running for elected positions to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Assembly of Student Delegates (ASD) won their respective races. Joseph Ungco MA ‘16 was elected chairperson, Ellen Wleklinski BS ‘14,... Read more

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