Laura Cox OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor of Clinical Occupational Therapy
Keck Medicine Clinic of USC Downtown Los Angeles
Laura Cox is a clinical faculty member at the USC Occupational Therapy Faculty Practice. She received her Master’s degree in occupational therapy from USC in 2017 and her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy degree from USC in 2018. She completed her clinical residency at the USC Occupational Therapy Faculty Practice and in Keck primary care clinics, during which she focused on expanding OT’s role in primary care settings by collaborating with physicians and providing consultative health and wellness services to patients.
As clinical faculty, Dr. Cox works with individuals with chronic conditions providing Lifestyle Redesign® services. She practices within the Keck Medicine of USC clinic in Downtown Los Angeles, alongside a myriad of primary and specialty care physicians. This allows her to regularly collaborate with physicians, nurses, and medical assistants to provide comprehensive care to their mutual patients.
Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
2018 | University of Southern California
Master of Arts (MA)
in Occupational Therapy
2017 | University of Southern California
Bachelor of Science (BS)
in Kinesiology and Minor in Child Development
2014 | California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
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Helen Nguyen, in Daily Trojan | April 28, 2021