Date: Tuesday, April 18
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
In this interactive Round Table our panelists will summarize for us the physical and occupational challenges confronting people with Parkinson’s. They will share exercises and tips on how to effectively manage day to day life with Parkinson’s.
Dr. Katrina Long. Assistant professor at San Jose State University (SJSU) in the department of occupational therapy and a research affiliate at Columbia University.
Dr. Anuja Chandrana. Doctor of Physical Therapy (Board Certified Neurologic Specialist) and Assistant professor at San Jose State University (SJSU)
Dr. Katrina Long
Dr. Long is an assistant professor at San Jose State University (SJSU) in the department of occupational therapy and a research affiliate at Columbia University. She has been a licensed occupational therapist for over 9 years. She earned her doctorate (EdD) in movement science and education, specializing in occupational therapy, from Columbia University (CU) in New York City. Recently, she was awarded an intervention research grant from the Michael J Fox Foundation and American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF). She is passionate about holistic health, movement of the human body, and health-promoting habits and routines as part of an effective self-management program.
Dr. Anuja Chandrana
Dr. Chandrana holds a Bachelor of Science in Movement and Sports Sciences from Purdue University and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Columbia University – New York City in 2017. She spent 5 years working as an acute care therapist at Stanford University Hospital, as well as working in the community through Rehab Without Walls. She became an American PT Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist in 2020. She has been working with Columbia University’s Neurorehabilitation Research Lab since 2021.
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