School of Health Sciences

Physical Therapy - Faculty and Staff

Teresa Conner-Kerr, PT, Ph.D., CWS, CLT
Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
331 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750 2193
Fax: (336) 750 2192
connerkerrt@wssu.edu 

Education:

B.S.,Biology Queens College
Ph.D., Anatomy & Cell Biology East Carolina University, Brody School of Medicine
B.S.P.T., Physical Therapy, East Carolina University, School of Allied Health Sciences

Other Certificates:

Certified Wound Specialist
Diplomat, National Registry of Board Certified Wound Specialists
American Academy of Wound Management
1720 Kennedy Causeway, Suite 109
North Bay Village, Fl 33141
Certificate # 0437

Complete Decongestive Physiotherapy/Manual Lymphatic Drainage
CDP/MLD
Leduc School

Certified Lymphatic Therapist
The Academy of Lymphatic Studies

Teaching Areas:

Administration & Management – DPT 8402
Professional Issues - DPT 6201
Integumentary Management - DPT 7301
Research II & III - DPT 7207, 8205
Pathology (Coordinator)- DPT 6305
Pharmacology (Coordinator) – DPT 6206

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Conner-Kerr has over 17 years of experience in physical therapy education and practice. She holds a PhD in Anatomy & Cell Biology and has dual clinical certifications in lymphedema and wound management. She is board certified in wound management by the American Academy of Wound Management.  Dr. Conner-Kerr has served on the board of directors and on the executive committee of wound care associations/panels and examination boards. She also serves on the editorial or peer-review board of several national journals and has authored some 50 scholarly works in peer-reviewed journals and books. She has presented extensively both nationally and internationally on the topic of wound management technologies and practices. Dr. Conner-Kerr also serves as a new product development consultant for wound care technologies and conducts preclinical trial testing for novel wound healing therapies.

Research Interest: 

Dr. Conner-Kerr's primary research interest is in the area of tissue healing. She has studied the effects of various forms of physical energy on controlling antibiotic-resistant bacteria and stimulating wound healing.  Her research interests also include simulation and gaming technology and their application to health care education. 


Robert J. Cowie, PhD
Professor

Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
331 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750-2195
Fax: (336)750-2192
cowierj@wssu.edu
Office hours as posted and by appointment

Education:

B.S.,Biology & Philosophy, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
M.S.,Biology & Philosophy of Science, East Tennessee State University
Ph.D., Biomedical Science (Anatomy), Quillen School of Medicine, East Tennessee State University
Post-Doctoral Fellowship Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD

Teaching Area:

Anatomy and Embryology Lecture and Lab – DPT 6401, 6402
Human Neuroscience Lecture and Lab – DPT 6303, 6107
Movement Disorders - DPT-7209
Research II & III – DPT 7207, 8205 

Biographical Sketch:

Robert J. Cowie joined the MPT Program as an Associate Professor in 2000, teaching Gross Anatomy, Embryology and Neuroscience to the first class of graduate students ever to matriculate at WSSU. Dr. Cowie expanded his teaching to include introductory research and portions of the Lifespan courses and was promoted to tenured Professor in 2003. He served as Interim Chair of the PT Department from July 2004 to May 2006. He received undergraduate, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, TN.  Dr. Cowie subsequently held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences where he taught neuroscience and published studies on the brainstem neural networks of the vestibular, auditory and oculomotor systems. For 15 years prior to coming to WSSU, Dr. Cowie taught medical, dental, and graduate students at Howard University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. During the same time, he investigated the mechanisms of the neural control of eye and head movements at the Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research, National Eye Institute, the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD.  He is a Viet Nam veteran with experience as a U.S. Navy Corpsman, Licensed Nurse, Ambulance attendant, gymnast, and is a life-long runner. He is blessed with an outgoing, caring wife, two lovely and talented daughters, three robustly active grandsons, and a beautiful granddaughter who is as dramatic as she is exquisitely curious

Research Interest: 

Dr. Cowie has used classical and modern anatomical tracing and neurophysiological recording and stimulation techniques to study the neural basis of a series of orientation behaviors in mammals including awake primates. These studies primarily involved the brainstem systems that control the movements of the eyes, head, ears, neck and body during reflexive responses to novel or important stimuli. Additionally, he has characterized some of the neural mechanisms that underlie the cardiovascular and emotional changes that are essential to enable these orientation responses. Since coming to WSSU he has directed student projects that investigate the maintenance of postural stability using computerized dynamic posturography. This involves assessment of the roles of the visual, proprioceptive, and vestibular sensory systems that control the musculoskeletal system under a variety of environmental or cognitive conditions, or at various ages during the life-span. 


Judy L. Foxworth, PT, Ph.D., OCS
Associate Professor

Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
342 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750-2197
Fax: (336) 750-2192
foxworthj@wssu.edu

Education:

B.S., Physical Therapy, University of Texas Medical Branch
M.S., Physical Therapy/Motor Learning, Temple University
Ph.D., Human Movement Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Other Professional Certifications:

Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), American Physical Therapy Association
Licensed Athletic Trainer, Texas certification

Teaching Area:

Clinical Biomechanics - DPT 6101
Kinesiology - DPT 6202
Musculoskeletal I, II and III - DPT 6203, 6204, 7200, 7201, 7304
Research II and III -  DPT 7207, DPT 8205

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Foxworth has over 20 years of clinical experience working in a variety of physical therapy settings (in-patient, outpatient, sports medicine and home health) primarily  treating patients with orthopedic dysfunctions.  Dr. Foxworth is the director of the Winston-Salem State University and Wake Forest University Human Performance and Biodynamics laboratory.  This unique partnership between public and private institutions is a first in the state of North Carolina. In this laboratory, physical therapy students are regularly exposed to cutting edge research often working with other health care practitioners. 

Dr. Foxworth has been a WSSU faculty member for over 10 years and has received several School of Health Sciences teaching and research awards.  The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) recognized her as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist in 1994 and 2004.  She has been an active member of APTA on the local, state and national level.  She has published 7 manuscripts, received grant funding from the National Institute on Health (NIH), Foundation funding and internal grant funding opportunities.  She has presented her work at a variety of state, national and international conferences on the topic of Treatment for Osteoarthritis and health disparities.

Research Interest: 

Dr. Foxworth’s primary research interest is in the area of lower extremity biomechanics.  She has studied the effects of shock absorbing insoles on alleviating knee pain in those with Osteoarthritis, hip forces during a golf swing and effects of hypertension on gait and balance in African-American elders.  She has expertise in administering NIH grants and is a manuscript reviewer for several journals with expertise in lower extremity biomechanics and motion capture.  She is also a member of a multidisciplinary, multisite grant team investigating the causes of low back dysfunction and movement dysfunction of working military dogs. 


Leslie Allison, PT, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
333 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Office: 132 FL Atkins Annex
Phone: (336) 750-2197
Fax: (336) 750-2192
allisonlk@wssu.edu

Education:

B.S. in Physical Therapy, University of Pennsylvania
M.S. in Motor Control and Learning, Oregon State University
Ph.D. in Human Movement Science, University of Maryland, College Park

Other Professional Certifications:

ABPTS Neurologic Clinical Specialist, 1990-2000
Adult Neurodevelopmental Treatment, 1981
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, 1983

Teaching Area:

Life Span Motor Control – DPT 6304
Movement Disorders – DPT 7209
Adult Neuromuscular I Lecture & Lab – DPT 7205, 7206
Adult Neuromuscular II Lecture & Lab – DPT 8201, 8202

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Allison joined the WSSU DPT faculty in 2013, with nine years of prior experience as a physical therapy educator at Midwestern University and East Carolina University. She brings 12 years of clinical experience in adult neuro-rehabilitation and geriatrics in acute, inpatient and outpatient settings. Early in her clinical practice she became certified in Adult Neurodevelopmental Treatment and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, later becoming an ABPTS Neurologic Clinical Specialist. Subsequently she followed her strong interest in balance rehabilitation with seven years of experience as a clinical applications specialist for NeuroCom International, Inc. She is an invited speaker who has presented numerous courses on balance rehabilitation and fall prevention nationally and internationally. Her dual research focus includes (1) impaired multi-sensory integration mechanisms in individuals with balance deficits, and (2) fall prevention in older adults. She has published two book chapters and four peer-reviewed articles, and received external funding for research, on these topics. She has provided national professional service in the Neurology and Geriatric Sections of the APTA, as a peer-reviewer for numerous publications, and as an invited member of the CDC’s Division of Injury Prevention Workgroup on Exercise Interventions for Fall Prevention.

Research Interest: 

Dr. Allison’s dual research focus includes (1) impaired multi-sensory integration mechanisms in individuals with balance deficits, and (2) fall prevention in older adults. She has explored age-related changes in multisensory integration, differences between healthy and fall-prone older adults that may be associated with a history or high risk of falls, and how sensory-challenge balance exercise intervention programs may contribute to improved balance and reduce the risk of falls in older adults.


Sara Migliarese, PT, PhD, NCS
Assistant Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
331 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750-8968
Fax: (336) 750-2192
migliaresesj@wssu.edu

Education:

BS - Texas Woman's University, 1983, Biology
MS - Texas Woman's University, 1985, Physical Therapy
PhD - University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2009, Exercise and Sport Science
Other - Neurologic Certified Specialist, 1995/2005, American Physical Therapy Association
Herdman Vestibular Certification, 2008

Teaching:

Life Span Motor Control - 6304
Adult Neuromuscular I Lecture & Lab – DPT 7205, 7206
Adult Neuromuscular II Lecture & Lab – DPT 8201, 8202
Movement Disorders – DPT 7209

Biographical Sketch:

Sara Migliarese is a transplant from Texas.  She moved to North Carolina from Texas in 1988. She received her MSPT degree from Texas Woman’s University in 1985 and worked at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research (TIRR) in Houston before moving to North Carolina.   Sara practiced physical therapy at Forsyth Memorial Hospital and Gentiva Home Health Services, along with adjunct teaching at WSSU BSPT program from 1993-1995 and full-time teaching and ACCE duties in the MPT programs from 1996 - 2004. Sara received her certification in neurology from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in 1995, recertification in neurology in 2005 from the APTA, and Herdman certification in vestibular rehabilitation in 2008. She completed her doctorate in Exercise and Sport Science at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2009 and is currently an assistant professor in the Doctorate in Physical Therapy program at Winston-Salem State University. 

Research Interest: 

Dr. Migliarese’s research interests include vestibular function in older adults, balance, and complications of Type II diabetes mellitus. 


Audrey Lynn Millar, PT, PhD, FACSM
Chair & Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
338 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750-2664
Fax: (336) 750-2192
millaral@wssu.edu

Education:

BS – University of Utah, 1977
MS- Arizona State University,  1979 – Exercise Physiology
PhD – Arizona State University,  1985 – Education\Exercise Physiology
MSPT – Andrews University, 1992
Other – Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine – 1992

Teaching:

Evidence-Based Practice – DPT 6102
Research Design – DPT 7202
Differential Diagnosis – DPT 8301
Health & Wellness – DPT 8101

Biographical Sketch:

Lynn Millar has taught in Physical Therapy since 1987, starting in Texas, then teaching 20 years at Andrews University (Michigan), before joining WSSU in August, 2011. Lynn has been active conducting and supervising research in diverse areas of physical therapy. While specialized in Exercise Physiology, she has expanded her expertise into Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and arthritis throughout the years. She has published numerous articles and presented regularly at the state, regional and national level. In addition to research articles, Lynn has authored several chapters related to arthritis, and one book, Action Plan for Arthritis. Lynn has been active in the American College of Sports Medicine, serving on regional and national committees. She has also been involved in the Michigan chapter of APTA, serving in several capacities.

Research Interest: 

Lynn has been active in a diversity of areas related to physical therapy, primarily focusing on responses to exercise training with different populations. She hopes to expand more into research with arthritis and cardiopulmonary, but still draw on her expertise in exercise physiology. 


Sharon A. Prybylo, PT, DPT
Director of Clinical Education
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
330 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone :336-750-2199
Fax: 336-750-2192
prybylos@wssu.edu
Office hours as posted and by appointment

Education:

B.S., Physical Therapy Russell Sage College, Troy, New York-Albany Medical College, Albany, New York
D.P.T. Physical Therapy Sage Graduate School, Sage Colleges, Troy, New York

Other Professional Certifications

Certification in APTA Clinical Education Instructors' Basic Program
Certification in APTA Advanced Clinical Education Instructors’ Program
Certified Trainer for APTA Clinical Education Instructors’ Basic Program

Teaching:

Clinical Education I – DPT 7701
Clinical Education II – DPT 7702
Clinical Education III – DPT 8801
Clinical Education IV – DPT 8802
Acute Care – DPT 6208
Professional Issues – DPT 6201
Clinical Education Seminar – DPT 7102

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Prybylo joined the MPT faculty at WSSU in June 2004 as an Adjunct Professor  "Physical Agents". She was the Assistant ACCE at WSSU January 2005 to September 2006, when she became the Director of Clinical Education. Dr. Prybylo has been working as a PT for over 35 years and had owned her own physical therapy practice for over 30 years. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including acute care, in-patient rehab, out-patient orthopedics, home health, pediatrics, and skilled nursing care. She was on the Advisory Committee for the WSSU PT program and has served as a clinical instructor and clinical researcher for WSSU PT students since the program's inception. Dr. Prybylo has worked as a Center of Clinical Education for over 32 years with students from many schools. Dr. Prybylo is a trainer for the  APTA  Clinical Instructor Education  course and has taught several courses in the Southeast. She also has received her certification as an Advanced Clinical Education Instructor.

Dr. Prybylo has been on the WSSU DPT Human Simulation team since its inception in 2007. She has lectured with other faculty on local, regional and national conferences on the utilization of human simulation in the physical therapy curriculum.

Dr. Prybylo has lived in Winston-Salem for over 35 years and has three grown daughters and three granddaughters. Her oldest daughter is a PT, youngest daughter is a NP and her middle daughter is married and works in finance and insurance.

Research Interest: 

Dr. Prybylo has conducted clinical research study with two cohorts of WSSU MPT students on the therapeutic effect of static magnets on patients with shoulder pain and Parkinsonism. She is very interested in the use of modalities and alternative medicine with patients with chronic pain.

Other  of her research topics/interests include:  longitudinal study on the attitudes of PT students toward various clinical settings; effect of human simulation in physical therapy education; and alternative models for PT clinical education. 


Hamdy Radwan, PT, PhD
Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
348 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750 2194
Fax: (336) 750 2192
radwanh@wssu.edu

Education:

B.Sc. Faculty of Physiotherapy, Cairo University, Egypt
M.Sc. Faculty of Physiotherapy, Cairo University, Egypt
Ph.D. Texas Woman's University, Houston, TX.

Other Certificates:

Certificate in Electrophysiologic Evaluation, Co-sponsored by Expert Clinical Benchmarks, Drexel University, and New York Chiropractic College, 2002, King of Prussia, PA.
Research Investigator/Coordinator Certificate (CRICC) Program, 2000, Winston-Salem, NC.

Teaching Areas:

Musculoskeletal I, II, II – DPT 6203, 6204, 7200, 7201, 7304
Diagnostic Imaging – DPT 7204

Research Interest: 

Professor Radwan's research interests fall into three categories. In the areas of biomechanics and kinesiology, he studies movement patterns, electromyographic activity and ground reaction forces among different approaches of spinal fusion; the biomechanical and kinesiological screening of minority older persons; and 3-D motion analysis of gait abnormalities in patients with low back pain. In the area of AIDS research, he conducts assessments of the knowledge and attitude of health care individuals towards people with HIV/AIDS. In the area of motor skill acquisition, he is interested in comparative methods of teaching manipulation skills. 

Nancy Smith, PT, DPT, GCS
Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
340 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone :336-750-2198
Fax: 336-750-2192
smithna@wssu.edu
Office hours as posted and by appointment

Education:

B.A., Psychology, Saint Louis University
B.S., Exercise Science, Saint Louis University
M.P.T,  Saint Louis University
D.P.T., Saint Louis University

Other Professional Certifications

Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatrics, ABPTS 2010-2020, Number 20828
Credentialed Clinical Instructor, APTA

Teaching:

Basic Skills – DPT 6301
Cardiopulmonary – DPT 7303
Geriatrics – DPT 8203
Research II & III – DPT 7207,8205

Biographical Sketch:

Nancy Smith, PT, DPT, GCS received her MPT and DPT from Saint Louis University.  She is a certified clinical specialist in geriatrics from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists.  Prior to teaching at Winston Salem State University, she practiced in geriatrics and acute care for 11 years.  In her practice, her experiences have ranged from practicing as a staff level therapist to managing multiple skilled nursing facilities clinically and operationally.  Dr. Smith holds a Credentialed Clinical Instructor certification and has experience as a clinical instructor.  Currently, she is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Winston Salem State University, where she teaches content in cardiopulmonary physical therapy and geriatrics.   Dr. Smith has also presented locally and nationally on human patient simulation, and is currently doing research on learning strategies utilizing human patient simulation. Dr. Smith is blessed with a supportive husband and beautiful daughter.

Research Interest: 

My primary interests lie in the utilization of human patient simulation in the facilitation of learning in physical therapy students, the learning styles of physical therapy students, how to best address learning styles of physical therapists and physical therapy students with instructional strategies, and the use of technology and virtual reality in facilitation of learning. 

Dora Gosselin, PT, DPT, PCS, C/NDT
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
350 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750 8602
Fax: (336) 750 2192
gosselind@wssu.edu

Education:

B.S., Kinesiology, California State University Sacramento
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Duke University School of Medicine

Other Certificates:

Pediatric Clinical Specialist (PCS), American Physical Therapy Association
Certified Neurodevelopmental Treatment Approach – Pediatrics
APTA Certified Clinical Instructor

Teaching:

Adult Neuromuscular Lab I and II – DPT 7206, 8202
Lifespan Motor Control – DPT 6304
Pediatrics –DPT 8204
Professional Issues – DPT 6201

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Gosselin has over five years of full-time clinical work in pediatrics prior to entering academia. She has worked in a variety of settings, including, inpatient, outpatient, home health and early intervention. Dr. Gosselin is a Board Specialist in Pediatrics through the APTA. She is certified in the pediatric Neurodevelopmental Treatment Approach. Dr. Gosselin is also a certified Clinical Instructor through the APTA and provides her students many opportunities to spend time in the clinic with her. She is the pediatric therapist in the collaborative Biodynamics Lab. Dr. Gosselin is on the Publications Committee for the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association and is the North Carolina representative to the APTA's Pediatric Section. Dr. Gosselin received the Jan K. Richardson Excellence in Teaching Award at Duke University.

Research Interest: 

Dr. Gosslin’s research interests include movement in children with neuromotor impairments.


Emma W. White, PT, DPT
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
337 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: 336-750-2190
Fax: (336) 750-2192
whiteem@wssu.edu

Education:

B.S., Physical Therapy, Medical College of Virginia
D.P.T., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teaching Area:

Musculoskeletal I, II and III DPT- 6203/6204, DPT- 7200/7201, and DPT 7304
Therapeutic Exercise DPT -7203
Administration & Management DPT- 8402
Community Clinic DPT- 6205

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. White has over 25 years of clinical experience working predominantly in an outpatient orthopedic setting; she owned an orthopedic private practice for 16 of those years.  While in this orthopedic setting her primary focus was on managing patients with spine, both cervical and lumbar, and general orthopedics (surgical and non-surgical), as well as sports rehab and sports enhancement.  She is very active with the APTA and NCPTA working with the clinical competence, public relations & marketing, and legislative committees. Dr. White worked as an Adjunct Faculty member on the orthopedic team prior to joining the faculty at Winston Salem State University fulltime.  She has strong leadership training both through managing and operating a private practice, completing Six Sigma Red Belt Training, Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High and Leadership Davidson County.

Research Interest: 

Dr. White’s primary research interest is in the area of spinal mechanics, she is currently involved in a study looking at muscle recruitment patterns comparing normal subjects without LBP, to subjects with LBP and post fusion patients. Other areas of interest include sports medicine and sports enhancement. Lastly she is interested in studying the benefits of unweighting for patients presenting with spinal dysfunction and its use in the management of orthopedic conditions, ACL repair, THR, and lateral ankle sprains. 


Benjamin L. Long, MS
Laboratory Manager
Department of Physical Therapy
Human Performance and Biodynamics Laboratory
1920 West First Street
Piedmont Plaza I, G040
Winston-Salem, NC 27104
Phone: (336) 716-0521
Fax: (336) 716-0525
longbe@wssu.edu
www.biodynamicslab.org

Education:

B.S., Exercise Science, The University of Tennessee
M.S., Biomechanics, East Carolina University

Biographical Sketch:

Mr. Long joined the Department of Physical Therapy in January 2009. He was awarded the School of Health Sciences Spirit Award for team builder commitment (2010).  He has been an active member of the American Society of Biomechanics since 2007 and has presented research at local and national conferences.

Research Interest: 

Mr. Long’s research interests include: injury mechanisms and rehabilitation, musculoskeletal modeling, posture control and stabilization, and clinical gait analysis. 


Lakisha Patterson, BS
Administrative Assistant

Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences
333 FL Atkins Building
Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Phone: (336) 750-2190
Fax : (336) 750-2192
pattersonly@wssu.edu

Education:

B.S., Business Administration, Winston-Salem State University

NC Notary Public

Certified Unit Secretary

Biographical Sketch:

Lakisha Patterson joined the School of Health Sciences in May of 2005 working directly with the Assistant Dean of Administrative Services. Ms. Patterson later joined the Physical Therapy Department in August of 2005 working as the Administrative Assistant to the Department Chairperson.  Ms. Patterson serves on the PT Admissions Committee as the co-chair, the PT Faculty Search Committee and the SOHS Staff Advisory Committee. Ms. Patterson recruits for the PT department.  She also supervises graduate assistants and work study students.  Ms. Patterson brings with her 13 years of customer service experience, 8 years in the insurance industry and 3 years of experience working as an Administrative Assistant.  She is currently a full-time student at Brenau University pursuing an MBA which she will complete in 2013. Ms. Patterson is blessed with three beautiful daughters, a handsome athletic son and two grandsons. 


Adjunct Faculty

Allyn Howlett, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor

Jayne Caruso, MPT, MS
Adjunct Assist. Professor

Anthony J. Saia, CPO
Adjunct Assist. Professor

Alex Stovall, PT,MPT
Adjunct Instructor 

Melanie Piper, PT, MPT
Adjunct Instructor 

Whitney Foxworth, PT, MPT
Adjunct Instructor 

Autumn Bell, PT, MPT, CWS
Adjunct Instructor 

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