Dr. Gary Austin gets emotional when he talks about his Doctor of Physical Therapy students and the work they do in Guatemala. “It’s really awesome,” Dr. Austin, an associate professor at University of Lynchburg, said. “I get choked up because it’s so beautiful. They love people, care for them. It’s just awesome. I love what I do. It’s the highlight of my year.”
The Lynchburg News & Advance recently told the story of a former high school sprinter whose life is literally getting back on track, thanks in part to students and faculty from University of Lynchburg’s physical therapy program. You can read the story here.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy 434.544.8100 firstname.lastname@example.org Education EdD in Administration of Higher Education, Northeastern University, 1989 MEd in Rehabilitation Administration, Northeastern University, 1980 BS in Physical Therapy, University of Connecticut, 1970 Florida physical therapy license Virginia physical therapy license in progress Certified Trainer, American Physical Therapy Clinical Instructor Education Credentialing Program Experience and Background […]
Associate Professor, School of Physical Therapy 434.544.8782 email@example.com Experience 2010 – Present, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Lynchburg Adjunct Faculty Member: Fisher College Post-Doctoral Research Fellow: Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School Graduate Research Assistant: Boston University School of Medicine Education PhD, Pharmacology – Boston University, 2008 BA […]