Stacey Dusing, Ph.D., PT

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Professional interests

Stacey Dusing, Ph.D., PT  is a member of the Department of Physical Therapy as well as a faculty member of the VA-Leadership Education in Neurodevelopment Disabilities (LEND) program. She holds an affiliate appointment in the Department of Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond and Department of Psychology at VCU.  Dr. Dusing is a board certified Clinical Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy. She teaches courses on infant and child development, assessment and treatment in pediatric physical therapy. Dr. Dusing is the director of the  Motor Development Lab. Her primary research interests include the influence of motor control on global development and physical therapy interventions for infants. Specifically, she focus on the relationship between postural control, reaching, mobility, and cognition in infants with typical development and at risk for disabilities and interventions for infants born prematurely or with cerebral palsy.

Education

K12 Scholar. Infant Motor Control.(2008-2010), University of Delaware (Mentor J. Cole Galloway)
Ph.D. Human Movement Science (2006), University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
M.S. Human Movement Science (2002), University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
B.S. Physical Therapy (1997), Daemen College, Amherst, NY

Key professional service activities

Complete curriculum vitae outlining grants, publications, teaching and service → Stacey Dusing CV 2017
For current research projects visit the Motor Development Lab → Motor Development Lab

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