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Physical Therapy

Kathleen Washington  

Kathleen Washington, PhD, PT
Discipline Leader

Responsibilities: Dr. Washington coordinates the leadership curriculum and training activities in the physical therapy department. Her clinical activities include interdisciplinary assessments in the Child Development Clinic and the High Risk Infant Follow-Up Clinic, as well as mentoring fellows in these clinics. Dr. Washington is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, and teaches doctoral level students in the Division of Physical Therapy. Her research interests include early identification of neuromotor abnormality, the development of postural control, and validity of standardized motor assessments.

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Jan Bragg, MA, PT

Responsibilities: Jan Bragg assesses the motor skills of infants who come to the High Risk Infant Follow-Up Clinic (HRIF clinic) and also mentors fellows in this clinic. She is the liaison between the HRIF clinic and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the University of Washington Medical Center.

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Marcia Williams, PhD, MPH, PT

Responsibilities: Dr. Marcia Williams supervises physical therapy fellows and teaches in the Infant Assessment Program.


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