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Jeromy M Alt

Assistant Professor- Clinical Education Coordinator Athletic Training , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

271 French East

513-558-3725

Jeromy Alt is the Clinical Coordinator in the Athletic Training Program at the University of Cincinnati. He is responsible for teaching core classes and overseeing the Clinical Education component in the Athletic Training Program. His previous experience includes serving as the Clinical Coordinator from 2002-2006 and Assistant Football Athletic Trainer from 1997-2002 at West Virginia University. He received a Master of Science in Athletic Training from West Virginia University while serving as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer from 1995-1997. His Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, emphasis Athletic Training, was completed at Eastern Illinois University in 1995. Professionally, Jeromy serves as a CAATE site reviewer, Athletic Training Education Journal manuscript reviewer, and an American Red Cross Professional Rescuer Instructor.
Education

Master of Science, West Virginia University Morgantown, WV, 1997 (Athletic Training)

Bachelor of Science, Eastern Illinois University Charleston, IL, 1995 (Physical Education: Teaching, Athletic Training)

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Alt, J. (07-2009. )Preparing to perform: diet, hydration, and supplementation .Hamilton High School Athletics, Hamilton, OH.

Poster Presentations

Alt JM, Kiefer AW, Harrison HS, MacPherson R, Silva P (06-27-2018. )Designing challenges for a virtual reality collision-avoidance task: Presentation and initial evaluation of a novel task dynamic approach. .North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Bloomington, IL. .Level:International

Alt JM, Kiefer AW, Harrison HS, MacPherson R, Silva P (04-13-2018. )Designing challenges for a virtual reality collision-avoidance task: Presentation and initial evaluation of a novel task dynamic approach. .CAP Center Guy Van Orden Student Research Conference, Cincinnati, OH. .Level:University

Green CM, Alt JM, Lamb M, Silva P (04-13-2018. )Stand up straight! The effect of conscious attempt to maintain good posture on flexibility of dynamic postural adjustments. .CAP Center Guy Van Orden Student Research Conference, Cincinnati, OH. .Level:University

Paper Presentations

Alt, J. (12-2008. )Substance use/abuse effects on athletes and performance .University of Cincinnati.

Alt, J. (04-2009. )Nutrition: Myths and Facts, Pittfalls and Strategies .Hamilton, OH.

Alt, J. (11-2009. )Professional involvement in athletic training .Oxford, OH.

Alt, J. (04-2010. )Fueling your body .Hamilton, OH.

Jeromy M. Alt (01-13-2012. )College Preparation for Health Related Fields .Northwest High School. Workshop.

Service

Greater Cincinnati Athletic Trainers' Association President 2009 -To Present

Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Board Member 2007 -To Present

Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association Committee Member 2009 -To Present

Keywords

athletic training, clinical education, sports medicine

Professional Affiliation

2011 -2013: Past President Past President for the Greater Cincinnati Athletic Trainers' Association. Served two previous years as President and two prior years as president elect.

2006 -2013: Manuscript Reviewer Athletic Training Education Journal

1995 -2013: Professional Rescuer Instructor American Red Cross.

2009 -2013: Scholarship Committee Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association.

2010 -2011: Athletic Training Student Committee Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association.

Preferred Information

Assistant Professor- Clinical Education Coordinator Athletic Training, Alt, Jeromy MS

Contact Information

Academic - College of Allied Health Sciences
271 French Hall East
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-3725

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Valerie Ann Hill

OT Research , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

101 French East

513-558-5018

Research Support

Grant: #AHA 09CRP2400022 Investigators:Hermann, Valerie Ann 07-01-2009 -06-30-2011 American Heart Association - National Chapter Robotically Aided Affected Arm Training in Moderately Impaired Stroke Role:PI $120,612.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #R00MD010471 Investigators:Hill, Valerie; Wheeler, Steven 01-01-2018 -12-31-2020 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Live Well after Stroke Role:PI $223,884.00 Active Level:Federal

Preferred Information

OT Research, Hermann, Valerie MS, OTR/L

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Kelly Nicole Kennedy

Assistant Professor; Academic Fieldwork Coordinator , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

French East

513-558-6303

Education

Doctorate, Chatham University Pittsburgh, PA, 2012 (Occupational Therapy)

Master's of Science, University of Southern Indiana Evansville, IN, 2007 (Occupational Therapy)

Bachelor's of Science, University of Southern Indiana Evansville, IN, 2006 (Occupational Therapy)

Research Support

Grant: #URS Kennedy New Faculty Development Award – 2017/18 Investigators:Kennedy, Kelly 06-01-2018 -06-30-2019 UC's Research Support URS Kennedy New Faculty Development Award – 2017/18 Role:PI $2,500.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Kelly Kennedy (10-12-2018. )Interdisciplinary Education: The New Standard on Fieldwork .Cleveland, Ohio. Conference. .Level:State

Poster Presentations

Steven Wheeler; Kelly Kennedy (11-16-2018. )Innovative Use of a Hybrid Curriculum Model to Develop Entry Level Practitioners in Occupational Therapy .Miami University, Oxford, OH. .Conference. .Level:National

Preferred Information

Assistant Professor; Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, Kennedy, Kelly OTD, OTR/L, NTMTC

Contact Information

Academic - 250 French East
3202 Eden Avenue
Ohio, 670394
Phone: 513-558-6303
Kelly.Kennedy@uc.edu

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Victoria Ann McQuiddy

Instructor - Educator , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

307D French East

513-558-7484

Contact Information

Academic -

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Valerie Pearl Miller

Clinical Research Coordinator , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

101 French East

513-558-5122

Preferred Information

Clinical Research Coordinator , Miller, Valerie B.A., M.S.

Contact Information

Academic - French East
3202 Eden Avenue
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-5122

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Steven Daniel Wheeler

Program Director, Occupational Therapy , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

French East

513-558-0902

Education

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology, Carleton University Ottawa, Canada, 1991

Bachelor of Science: Occupational Therapy, University of Western Ontario Ontario, Canada, 1992

Master of Education: Applied Psychology, University of Toronto Toronto, Canada, 1996

Doctor of Philosophy: Health Related Sciences (OT), Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia, USA, 2004

Research Support

Grant: #R00MD010471 Investigators:Hill, Valerie; Wheeler, Steven 01-01-2018 -12-31-2020 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Live Well after Stroke Role:Collaborator $223,884.00 Active Level:Federal

Publications
Published Abstracts

Wheeler, S., Boudreau, A., Pogue, K. (2007. )Community participation and life satisfaction following spinal cord injury. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74 (1 ),43

Wheeler, S., & Dean. M. (2006. )Life satisfaction and role participation among adults with obesity. .[Abstracy]Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73 (1 ),32

Wheeler, S., Pavasko, N. & Seth, K. (2005). (2005. )The relation between impairments, participation, and life satisfaction post traumatic brain injury. .[Abstracy]Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72 (1 ),23

Wheeler, S. (2004. )Facilitating successful community participation with persons following severe traumatic brain injury. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71 (1 ),27

Chetlin, R., Russell, G., Pettrey, K., Ullrich, I., & Wheeler, S. (2007. )Assessing quality of life, self-reported exercise, and BMI in individuals with type 2 diabetes. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc, 39 (5 ),450

Chetlin, R., Brinkley, J., Spatafore, A., Gilleland, D., Hornsby, G., & Wheeler, S. (2009. )Assessing quality of life, roles, and BMI in type 2 diabetes patients participating in supervised exercise. .[Abstracy]Med. Sci. Sports Exerc, 41 (5 ),525

Weaver, J., Lucero, M., Hewett, M., Kersey, J., Esmaeili, K., & Wheeler, S. (2015. )Functional rehabilitation following TBI: An analysis of inpatient recovery and community participation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69 (1 ),1

Peer Reviewed Publications

Wheeler, S. (2004. )The Effectiveness of a Community Based Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury Using a Life Skills Training Approach. Ph.D. Dissertation - Virginia Commonwealth University., ,

Wheeler, S., Lane, S., & McMahon, B. (2007. )Community participation and life satisfaction following intensive community based rehabilitation using a life skills training approach. .OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, ,Winter ,

Wheeler, S. (2007. )Rehabilitation Update: Executive Cognitive Functions and the Challenge of Community Re-entry following Acquired Brain Injury. .Newsletter of the WV TBI / SCI Rehabilitation Fund Board., ,Spring ,

Wheeler, S. (2008. )The Challenge of Regaining Important Life Roles following Traumatic Brain Injury. .Advocare: A Publication of the West Virginia Advocates, Inc, ,Summer 2008 ,10

Wheeler, S. (2010. )Radical Recoveries: OT is Vital to Community Reintegration following Severe TBI. OT Practice, ,February 22, 2010 ,

Chetlin, R., Wheeler, S., Crane, S., Morris, C., & Sherlock, L. (2010. )The effects of combined aquatic and occupational therapy in stroke patients: A retrospective study. .International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, ,4 ,

Colaianni, D., Provident, I., DiBartola, L., & Wheeler, S. (2015. )A phenomenology of occupation based hand therapy. Australian Journal of Occupational Therapy, ,62 ,177

Wheeler, S. & Acord-Vira, A. (2016. )Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury. .AOTA, ,Bethesda, MD ,

Wheeler, S., Acord-Vira, A., & Davis, D. (2016. )Effectiveness of interventions for adults with psychological and emotional impairments after traumatic brain injury: An evidence-based review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, ,

Acord-Vira, A., Wheeler, S., & Davis, D. (2016. )Returning to work after traumatic brain injury. SIS Quarterly Practice Connections., ,1 (2 ),26

Cheng, M., Jiang, L., Mou, Q., Wheeler, S., Banta, L., Shisheie, R., & Bakhoum, E. (2016. )Design, fabrication, and control of twisted actuated robotic device. Proceedings of the 2016 American Control Conference, Boston, MA .July ,6

Book Chapter

Wheeler, S. (2004 )Transitions to Adult Life Human Performance across the Lifespan. .Delmar/ Thompson Publishers

Wheeler, S. (2012 ). The impact of intensive community based rehabilitation on community participation and life satisfaction following traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury .Rijeka, Croatia.,Intech Publishers

Wheeler, S. (2014 )Providing occupational therapy for individuals with traumatic brain injury: Intensive care to community re-entry (Chapter 61). Willard and Spackman’s Occupational Therapy .Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins

Wheeler, S. (2014 )Approaches to managing executive cognitive functions following traumatic brain injury. Traumatic Brain Injury .(pp. 437).Rijeka, Croatia.,Intech Publishers

Wheeler, S. (2015 )Community recovery and participation. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Interventions to Support Occupational Performance .Bethesda, MD,AOTA

Presentations
Invited Presentations

Wheeler, S. (10-25-2012. )Therapy approaches to facilitating community re-entry following TBI. St. Mary’s Medical Center’s 2012 Neuroscience and Stroke Symposium, Huntington, WV.

Phifer, J., Wheeler, S, & Walters, C. (11-15-2013. )Rehabilitation of the Adult with Traumatic Brain Injury. .WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities Continuing Education Program, Parkersburg, WV.

Wheeler, S. Acord-Vira, A., & Davis, D. (04-03-2014. )Systematic Review on Occupational Therapy and Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury. .American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Wheeler, S. Acord-Vira, A., & Davis, D. (03-09-2016. )Transitioning to the Community following Traumatic Brain Injury. University of North Carolina Hospitals TBI Lecture Series, Chapel Hill, NC.

Wheeler, S. & Acord-Vira, A. (04-02-2016. )Occupational Therapy Practice Guideline for Adults With Traumatic Brain Injury .American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference., Chicago, IL.

Poster Presentations

Wheeler, S., Sergent, B. & Feury, R. (10-2001. )Universal Design Student Learning Project. WVU Faculty Development Program Learning Extravaganza., Morgantown, WV.. .

Wheeler, S. & Sergent, B. (01-2002. )Housing Design Project. .National Center for Seniors’ Housing Research 2002 Conference: Aging in Place: Urban/Suburban Residential Challenges, Baltimore, MD.. .

Wheeler, S, Pavasko, N. & Seth, K. (05-2005. )The relation between impairments, participation and life satisfaction post traumatic brain injury. CAOT National Conference., Vancouver, British Columbia. .

Wheeler, S., Polanski, A. & Filak, J. (10-2005. )Self-reported satisfaction with life following traumatic brain injury. .West Virginia Occupational Therapy Association Conference Special Session Seminar., WV.. .

Wheeler, S. & Dean, M. (06-2006. )Life satisfaction and role participation among adults with obesity. .CAOT National Conference., Montreal, Quebec.. .

Wheeler, S. Boudreau, A. & Pogue, K. (07-2007. )Community participation and life satisfaction following spinal cord injury .CAOT National Conference., St. Johns, Newfoundland. .

Chetlin, R., Brinkley, J., Spatafore, A., Gilleland, D., Hornsby, W., & Wheeler, S. (05-2009. )Assessing Quality of Life, Roles, and BMI in Type 2 Diabetes Patients Participating in Supervised Exercise. .American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting., Seattle, WA. .

Wheeler, S., Motsch, J., Schlosnagle, L., Ingram, Z., & Charlier, C. (12-2012. )Investigating the Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury on Caregiver Life Satisfaction. .Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) Annual Conference, Washington, DC.. .

Wheeler, S, Ingram, Z., Charlier, C., & Motsch, J. (05-2013. )Factors associated with life satisfaction among family caregivers of individuals with traumatic brain injury .American Occupational Therapy Association 2013 Annual Conference and Expo., San Diego, CA. .

Wheeler, S., Helms, S., Main, C. (10-2014. )Stress and Burnout among Occupational Therapists in West Virginia: The Impact of Practice Setting. West Virginia Rural Health Conference, Morgantown, WV.. .

Wheeler, S., Zonts, T., Tenney, J., & Cunningham, T. (10-2015. )Substance Use Among Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury in West Virginia .West Virginia Rural Health Conference., Roanoke, WV.. .

Paper Presentations

Wheeler, S. (05-2002. )Cognitive Factors Affecting Successful Community Re-entry following Traumatic Brain Injury. .Miami, FL.

Wheeler, S. & Phifer, J. (10-2002. )ating Successful Community Re-entry Following Traumatic Brain Injury Using a Life Skills Trainer Approach. .Louisville, KY.

Phifer, J. & Wheeler, S. (03-2003. )Integrating Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation into the Community. Lexington, KY.

Phifer, J. & Wheeler, S. (03-2003. )Integrating Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation into the Community. Lexington, KY.

Wheeler, S. (10-2003. )Rehabilitation of the Individual with Cognitive and Perceptual Impairment. Charleston, WV.

Wheeler, S. (10-2004. )Assessment and Management of Executive Cognitive Functions Following Acquired Brain Injury. Charleston, WV.

Phifer, J. & Wheeler, S. (12-2004. )Return to Community Issues following TBI. Charleston, WV.

Wheeler, S. & Neal, J. (10-2005. )Assessment and Management of Visual Neglect following Acquired Brain Injury. .Charleston, WV.

Wheeler, S. (10-2005. )Life Satisfaction and Community Participation following TBI. .Morgantown, WV.

Wheeler, S. (04-2006. )The Impact of Skills Training on Participation and Life Satisfaction Post-TBI: A One Year Follow-up. .Charlotte, NC.

Wheeler, S. (04-2007. )The Impact of Awareness Deficit on Community Participation and Life Satisfaction following TBI. St. Louis, MO.

Wheeler, S. (10-2007. )Impairments Affecting Community Re-entry following Severe TBI .Charleston, WV.

Wheeler, S. (04-2008. )The Impact of Skills Training on Participation and Life Satisfaction post-TBI: A Two Year Follow-up. Long Beach, CA.

Wheeler, S., Davis, D., & Graebe G. (10-2008. )Low Vision Seminar .Morgantown, WV.

Wheeler, S. (04-2009. )Assessment and Treatment of Executive Cognitive Functions following Traumatic Brain Injury: Facilitating Successful Community Participation. .Houston, TX.

Phifer, J. & Wheeler, S. (04-2009. )Facilitating Successful Community Participation following Traumatic Brain Injury. Cumberland, MD..

Wheeler, S. (10-2009. )The Role of Therapeutic Relationship Building in the Management of Executive Functions Following TBI. Charleston, WV.

Wheeler, S. (05-2010. )Therapeutic Relationship Building and Executive Cognitive Functions following Traumatic Brain Injury. Orlando, FL. .

Wheeler, S. (10-2010. )trategies to Improve Executive Cognitive Functions following Traumatic Brain Injury. .Beckley, WV.

Wheeler, S. (04-2011. )Radical Recoveries: Innovative Strategies to Facilitate Community Participation following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. .Philadelphia, PA..

Phifer, J., Wheeler, S,, & Walters, C. (08-2011. )Rehabilitation of the Adult with Traumatic Brain Injury. .Louisville, KY..

Wheeler, S, & Walters, C. (12-2011. )Concussion Prevention, Assessment, and Return to Play Guidelines in Youth Hockey. Canonsburg, PA.

Phifer, J., Wheeler, S, & Walters, C. (12-2011. )Rehabilitation of the Adult with Traumatic Brain Injury. .Morgantown, WV..

Wheeler, S. (11-2012. )Career Transitions to Academia – Issues and Preparation Strategies. Zanesville, OH.

Phifer, J., Wheeler, S,, & Walters, C. (12-2012. )Rehabilitation of the Adult with Traumatic Brain Injury. .Martinsburg, WV..

Wheeler, S. (03-2014. )Approaches to Managing Executive Cognitive Functioning Impairment following TBI: A Focus on Community Participation. Erlanger, KY..

Wheeler, S., Davis, D., & Acord-Vira, A. (09-2014. )Executive Cognitive Functions following TBI: Overview and Strategies to Facilitate Community Participation. Mason, OH..

Weaver, J., Kearsey, J., Hewitt, M., Esmaeili, K., & Wheeler, S. (03-2015. )Functional Rehabilitation following TBI: An Analysis of Inpatient Recovery and Community Integration. .Nashville, TN..

Honors and Awards

2003 Division of Occupational Therapy “Teacher of the Year”

2006 WVU School of Medicine Distinguished Teacher Award (Nomination)

2007 WVU School of Medicine Distinguished Teacher Award (Nomination)

2007 Division of OT “Best Distance Education Professor”

2007 Devereaux OT Lectureship Service Award – WVOTA

2011 FY11 Supplemental Education Incentive – Dean’s Award

2016 Reebok Hockey – “MVP” Community Service Award

2016 WVU Club Sports Service Award

2016 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award (WVU Medicine ICRC)

Service

(Radical Rehab Solutions LLC Board of Directors )Board Member 2008 -2011

CAOT Conference Abstract Review Committee Committee Member 2006 -To Present

(West Virginia TBI / SCI Rehabilitation Fund Board Member Governor’s Appointee )2006 -To Present

(West Virginia Brain Injury Association Board of Directors )2009 -2013

(West Virginia BIA Conference )Committee Chair 2010 -2012

(Evidence Based TBI Panel Member (AOTA Representative) )2016 -To Present

Positions and Work Experience

09-1997 -12-1998 Senior Instructor, Occupational Therapy , Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH

01-1999 -12-2000 rogram Director, Department of Occupational Therapy (OT and OTA Programs) , Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH

12-2000 -06-2009 Assistant Professor / Associate Chair (07-01-02), Occupational Division , West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV

07-2009 -08-2016 Associate Professor / Associate Chair, Occupational Therapy Division , West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV

07-2013 -08-2016 Affiliate Faculty, WVU Injury Control Research Center , West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV

08-2016 -To Present Program Director, Occupational Therapy, University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences, Cincinnati, OH

04-1992 -09-1996 Senior Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Centre, Penetanguishene, Ontario

09-1995 -08-1996 Sole Charge Occupational Therapist , Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, Ontario

08-1996 -04-1998 Manager of Occupational Therapy / Manager of Outpatient Services , Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital, Huntington, WV

04-1998 -12-2000 Chief Occupational Therapist, Pike Community Hospital - Department of Rehabilitation Services, Waverly, OH

10-1999 -01-2002 Consultant, Tri-State Neuropsychological Services, Huntington/Charleston WV

2010 -2012 Consultant , Radical Rehab Solutions, Louisville, Lexington & Ashland, KY

09-2012 -To Present Consultant Occupational Therapist, NeuroRestorative / The Mentor Network, Louisville, Lexington & Ashland, KY

Preferred Information

Program Director, Occupational Therapy, Ph.D., OTR/L

Contact Information

Academic - 250 French East Building
3202 Eden Avenue
Ohio, 45267
steven.wheeler@uc.edu

Staff

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Ashley C Sandburg

Program Coordinator , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

310 French East

513-558-7477

Education

Bachelor of Art, University of Cincinnati 2009 (Art History)

Master of Art, University of Cincinnati 2018 (Professional Writing)

Positions and Work Experience

- Program Coordinator,

Preferred Information

Sandburg, Ashley

Contact Information

Academic - CAHS Department of Rehabilitation, Exercise, & Nutrition Sciences
PO Box 670394
Ohio, 45267-0394
Phone: 513-558-7477
ashley.sandburg@uc.edu

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Rachel M. Sellmeyer

Financial Admin 2 , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

309A French East

513-558-0535

Preferred Information

Financial Admin 2,

Contact Information

Academic - CAHS Rehabilitation Sciences
3202 Eden Ave
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-0535
Sellmerm@ucmail.uc.edu

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Linda Marie Threm

Program Coordinator , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

French East

513-558-7767

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Cincinnati

Preferred Information

Threm, Linda

Contact Information

Academic - College of Allied Health Sciences
3202 Eden Ave. Suite 310
Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-7767
linda.threm@uc.edu

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Erin Amanda Wagner

Research Associate , CAHS Rehab, Exercise & Nutrition Science

French East

513-558-7503

Education

Bachelor's Degree, Pitzer College Claremont, CA, 1999 (Human Biology)

Master's Degree, University of CIncinnati 2006 (Nutritional Sciences)

Research Support

Grant: #Vasa-Molex SubK Investigators:Rivers, Laurie; Wagner, Erin 03-01-2017 -03-31-2018 Molex Inc Determining the accuracy, validity, and usefulness of 'Feedback', a novel device designed to measure breast milk output Role:Collaborator $246,545.01 Active Level:Industry

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Adjunct Faculty

Lea Brandt

Patricia Sharp