Our accredited programs are flexible enough to meet your individual needs and interests while ensuring that you are prepared for the national certification exams required for professional licensure.
Our research efforts complement our academic and clinical programs to provide you with comprehensive educational opportunities.
We keep our classes small to maximize your interaction with faculty and to facilitate active and involved exchanges with classmates.
In addition to professional advancement, you will realize opportunities for personal development through on- and off-campus events, activities and organizations.
Join the department’s research efforts to improve our understanding of the anatomical, physiological and psychosocial manifestations of disease, injury and disability, and to identify intervention strategies.
School of Public Health and Health Professions researchers and occupational therapy students are developing a program to help caregivers assisting older adults with cognitive decline.
Christine Abrams Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
Raechele Leone DPT/MPH Student
Wei Lin Occupational Therapy Student
John Boyer Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
Lisa Bierdeman Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
James Kim Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
Rebecca Seal Occupational Therapy Student
Camille Crayton Occupational Therapy Student
Susan Weng Occupational Therapy Student
Romanah Faroqui Occupational Therapy Student
Kirk Personius, PT, PhD Clinical Associate Professor
John Stone, PhD Clinical Associate Professor
Machiko Tomita, PhD Clinical Professor
The 9th annual lecture, presented by John Whyte, MD, PhD, on Thursday, March 28, 2019, at 5 p.m. in 150 Butler Auditorium on UB's South Campus.
Did you know that Zippia ranked our school #1 in their report of the best schools for Rehabilitation Science majors in New York? See for yourself!