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Dr. Deborah Lynn Lowe, Director and Chair, Physical Therapy
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison, Neuroscience
M.S., Duke University Durham, Physical Therapy
M.A., University of Texas Austin, Kinesiology
B.S., Pepperdine University Malibu, Sports Medicine


Phone: 2601
Office: Bldg 5-C124
E-mail:

 Recently Taught Courses

  • PT 441 - Integrative Seminar
  • PT 442 - Integrative Seminar
  • PT 495A - Research V: Research Development
  • PT 495B - Research VI: Research Development
  • PT 495C - Research VII: Research Forum
 

Publications/Presentations:

Anderson D., English E., Varee K., Diaz D., Lowe, D. Reliability and validity of an iPhone® inclinometer as compared to a universal goniometer as a tool for measuring joint motion of the shoulder in apparently healthy subjects. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice. Accepted July 19, 2012. Estimated date of publication January, 2013.

Gabard D., Chang J., Lowe D., Current and Future Instructional Methods, and Influencing Factors in Anatomy Instruction in Medical and Physical Therapy Schools in the U.S. Journal of Allied Health. 41(2):53-62; Summer 2012

Lowe, DL. (2010) Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction. In D. Sueki and J. Brechter (Eds.). Orthopedic Rehabilitation Clinical Advisor. St. Louis: Elsevier.

Jacobs, S.E. and Lowe, D. (1998), The anterolateral system of the somatosensory system. In H. Cohen (Ed.). Neuroscience for Rehabilitation. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, pp. 77-92.

Blaszczyk, J.W., Lowe, D.L. and P.D. Hansen, Age-related differences in performance of stereotype arm movements: movement and posture interaction. Acta Neurobiologie Experimentalis. 57(1):49-57; 1997.

Temkin, R., Lowe, D., Jensen, P. and D.O. Smith, Expression profiling of glutamate receptors in embryonic chick motoneurons. Molecular Brain Research. 52(1):38-47; 1997.

Lowe, D. Jahn, K. and D.O. Smith, Glutamate Receptor Editing in the mammalian hippocampus and avian neurons. Molecular Brain Research. 48:37-44; 1997.