News

  • Living for the OT Moment Alumnus Todd Levy, MSOT ’02, OTR/L, CBIST, shares his experiences on the rehab team
    for the world’s first pediatric double hand transplant recipient.
  • Program alumnus to receive Washington University’s 2016 Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethic of Service Award Alumnus Adam Pearson, OTD' 11, OTR/L, will receive Washington University’s 2016 Gerry and Bob Virgil Ethic of Service Award.
  • A rewarding career in pediatric OT

    “I want to take a moment to thank the university that completely prepared me for a successful future, and for developing me to become a confident, goal-driven, problem-solving professional who is making a difference in many communities.”

  • Door graphic represents Program’s past, present and future Christine Eppert, BSOT ’90, has always had a love for the visual arts.
  • Spring 2016 OT Link available The Spring 2016 issue of our alumni publication, O.T. Link, is out with the latest research, community practice, alumni and current student news of the Program in Occupational Therapy.
  • Investing in the future of occupational therapy Sven Eliasson, MD, PhD, has been a friend and supporter of the Program in Occupational Therapy and the profession since he came to Washington University in 1964 as an associate professor of neurology.
  • Alumni Spotlight: Adam Pearson, OTD' 11, OTR/L As the Program Director of the Safe Haven Program and Site Manager for Garfield Place Apartments
    alumni Adam Pearson, OTD ’11, OTR/L, helps bridge the biomedical and sociocultural needs of the homeless.
  • Spring 2015 O.T. Link Available Our alumni publication, O.T. Link, has been expanded to a magazine format to better inform you of all the research, community practice, alumni and current student news of the Program in Occupational Therapy.
  • Collaborating Across Time Development of the Schultz Lifestyle Profile Series Instrument
  • Alumni Spotlight: Rebecca Mohler, MSOT ’90, OTR/L For Rebecca Mohler, MSOT ’90, OTR/L, her passion has always been to serve individuals with special needs. Mohler started volunteering in the resource room at her elementary school in the third grade.
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