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We advance the science of occupational therapy worldwide.
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We link research and practice to provide the most innovative, expert care for all ages.
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We extend our outreach through community partnerships.
Ranked as the number one OT program in the nation More »
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In the News
On August 1, the Program in Occupational Therapy promoted Regina Abel, PhD, to faculty as an instructor in occupational therapy and medicine. More »
Bauer is an ADA eligibility specialist for Metro, the public transit system for the greater St. Louis region. More »
Nominations open July 1 for the OT Program Alumni Awards. More »
Alison Kwalwaser, OTD/S '17, shares her clinical research track experiences in the Cognitive and Occupational Performance Laboratory. More »
The Program in Occupational Therapy has selected Paraquad, Inc. as this year’s recipient of its Outstanding Community Partner Award. More »
As we prepare for our Centennial year in 2018, we look back on the locations where we have been. More »
Bridging the gap between rehabilitation and community services More »
OT and fashion design students collaborate to create specialty clothing More »
Milliken Hand Rehabilitation Center becomes part of Community Practice More »
Celebrating 100 Years of Helping People Live Meaningful Lives
Visit ot100.wustl.edu to learn more.
Our PhD mentor Dr. Nico Dosenbach explains the The Midnight Scan Club on NPR: https://t.co/YUqpT9BXkh
11:11 AM - 11 Aug 17
Just a reminder! https://t.co/6DedISpmbt
10:42 AM - 31 Jul 17
Scientists become research subjects in after-hours brain-scanning project https://t.co/D7xOigkUJc via @WUSTLmed
12:48 PM - 27 Jul 17
RT @DrCatHoyt: Working to help #infants #InvestinKids and educate abt #sicklecell @SickleCellAssoc @WUSTLOT #earlyintervention #Occupation…
10:59 AM - 19 Jul 17
Alumna Tracy Bauer, MSOT '93, helps people get to where they need to go by using public transit:… https://t.co/7Ky8HpVgJG
10:55 AM - 19 Jul 17
Program in Occupational Therapy
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
4444 Forest Park Ave., CB 8505
St. Louis, MO 63108-2212
Phone: 314-286-1600 • Toll free: 800-279-3229
TDD (Hearing Assist): 314-286-1651
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