Kathleen Ganley, PT, PhD
Professor and Associate Dean of the Phoenix Biomedical Campus
Dr. Ganley is a Professor and Associate Dean of the Phoenix Biomedical Campus and the Director of the HonorHealth/Northern Arizona University Residency in Neurologic Physical Therapy. Dr. Ganley has over 20 years of clinical experience primarily in the areas of adult and pediatric neurologic rehabilitation. She collaborates with local clinicians and other professionals to explore patient-centered outcomes of therapeutic interventions for adults and children with neurologic dysfunction.
Education and certifications Accordion Closed
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Harrington Center for Bioengineering, Arizona State University, 2004-2006.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Keck Center for Integrative Neuroscience, University of California San Francisco, 2003.
Doctor of Philosophy, Biokinesiology, University of Southern California, 2003.
Master of Arts, Physical Education, Northern Arizona University 1996.
Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy, Northern Arizona University 1988.
Teaching areas/courses taught Accordion Closed
PT 511 Normal Human Gait
PT 560 Neuroscience
PT 602 Life Cycle I (Pediatrics)
PT 611 Abnormal Gait
PT 685 Evidence Based Practice
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