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Meet Our Students

Entry Year: 2014

Jenny Hunnicutt

Jenny Hunnicutt
Charleston, SC
Highest Degree: Master of Science in Sports Medicine
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests: Stroke rehabilitation, Exercise interventions

Courtney O'NeillCourtney Roldan
Lexington, SC
Highest Degree: Master in Health Administration
PhD Track: Health Services
Research Interests: Health Services Research; Aging population; Neurodegenerative diseases
Catherine VanDerwerkerCatherine VanDerwerker
Greenwood, SC
Highest Degree: Doctor of Physical Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests: Physical rehabilitation status post stroke and spinal cord injury
Elizabeth BrownElizabeth Ann Brown (née Walker)
Aiken, SC
Highest Degree: Master of Public Administration
PhD Track: Health Services
Research Interests: Health Disparities Research; Access to care for people with lupus
Betsy WonsetlerBetsy Wonsetler
Valparaiso, IN
Highest Degree: Doctor of Physical Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations 
Research Interests: Rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders

Entry Year: 2015

Daniel Brinton
Arvada, CO
Highest Degree: Master of Health Administration, Master of Arts in Religion
PhD Track: Health Services

Aprill Dawson
Charleston, SC
Highest Degree: Master of Public Health
PhD Track: Health Services
Research Interests: Global Health and Health Disparities
 

Maude Desjardins
Montreal, Canada
Highest Degree: Master in Speech Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Scott Hutchison
Charleston, SC
Highest Degree: Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests: Motor recovery after Stroke, outcome preditcion and associated Depression

Entry Year: 2016

Aaron Embry
Summerville, SC
Highest Degree: Doctor of Physical Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests:

Bryant Seamon
Palm Bay, FL
Highest Degree: Doctor of Physical Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests: My current research interest involves using electromyography (EMG) and non-invasive brain stimulation in order to evaluate coordination during walking and better identify impairments that can be targeted with rehabilitation to improve movement recovery after stroke.

Entry Year: 2017

Turki Aljuhani
Saudi Arabia
Highest Degree: Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests: Early Interventions in Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Brooke Critcher
Jensen Beach, FL
Highest Degree: Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interests: Pediatric Development

Janet Cuccuare
San Jose, CA
Highest Degree: Master of Science
PhD Track: Pathology & Impairment
Research Interest: Dysphagia & Clinically Applicable Research
 

Mary Dooley
Summerville, SC
Highest Degree: Master of Science in Biostatistics
PhD Track: Health Services
Research Interests: Big Data

Cory Robinson
Clinton, SC
Highest Degree: Master of Healthcare Administration
PhD Track: Health Services
Research Interests: Healthcare Disparities & Population Health

Amanda Vatinno
Aurora, IL
Highest Degree: MAster of Science in Occupational Therapy
PhD Track: Functional Limitations
Research Interest: Stroke Rehabilitation

 
 
 

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