Feb 23, 2019  
Graduate Catalog 2017-2018 
    
Graduate Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Faculty of the School of Health Professions


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Department of Physical Therapy

Suzanne Babyar, Associate Professor, Physical Therapy; PT, PhD, NYU, stroke, movement science, orthopedic assessment and treatment, neurorehabilitation

Thomas Holland, Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy; PT, PhD, NYU, kinesiology, stroke rehabilitation, wound care and prevention, electrotherapy

Herbert Karpatkin, Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy; PT, DHSc, NCS, MSCS; Rocky Mountain University; multiple sclerosis, neurorehabilitation, neuroplasticity  and Parkinson’s Disease.

Gary Krasilovsky, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Physical Therapy; PT, PhD, NYU, Parkinson’ s disease, neurological rehabilitation, therapeutic exercise and Schroth Scoliosis therapy.

Milo Lipovac, Associate Professor, Physical Therapy; PhD, Belgrade, neuroanatomy and physiology, pharmacology

Elaine Rosen, Professor, Physical Therapy; DHSc, OCS, FAAOMPT, University of St. Augustine, orthopedic management of extremities and spine

Nicki Silberman, Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy; PhD, Nova Southeastern University, clinical education, high fidelity human simulation. 

Department of Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology

Nancy Eng, Associate Professor, Speech, Language Pathology and Audiology; PhD, CUNY: bilingualism in children and adults; reading and dyslexia,  psycholinguistics

Michele MacCroy Higgins, Associate Professor Speech, Language Pathology and Audiology; PhD, CUNY; typical language acquisition, language and phonological disorders in children

John Preece, Professor, Speech, Language Pathology and Audiology; PhD, Iowa, rehabilitative audiology, tinnitus, cochlear implants

Carol R. Silverman, Professor, Speech, Language Pathology and Audiology; PhD, NYU, diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology, medical audiology 

Donald Vogel, Assistant Professor, Speech, Language Pathology and Audiology; AuD, Central Michigan, pediatric difficult-to-test populations, vestibular and audiometric graphics

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