USC Chan Magazine
Mirror Mirror ⟩
How the mirror neuron system may one day change stroke rehabilitation therapy.
USC Occupational Therapy Heads to Washington, D.C. ⟩
Division Associate Dean and Chair Florence Clark, along with current USC OTD residents Michelle Farmer MA ’10, and Kiley Hanish MA ’02, OTR/L, traveled in mid-September to Washington, D.C. to educate and lobby on behalf of occupational therapy.
Solomon Delivers Invited Lectures Across the Globe ⟩
Olga Solomon PhD, Research Assistant Professor in the Division, had a busy summer, delivering three invited lecture presentations across the world between July and October, 2010. Altogether, the three presentations were a good reflection of the academic interests of Dr. Solomon, who is an applied linguist by training and is currently conducting research on various aspects of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs).
McLaughlin Gray Delivers Keynote at Rancho Clinical Practice Forum ⟩
USC faculty member Julie McLaughlin Gray PhD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy, gave the keynote address on evidence-based practice at the 2010 Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center Occupational Therapy Clinical Practice Conference.
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View/download the Fall 2010 issue of USC Chan Magazine as a PDF document (793KB).