Dr. Mindy MacRone-Wojton Named Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at USciences

Written by Jenna Pizzi
Published on November 2, 2016

Mindy MacRone-Wojton DSc, OTR/L, has been named assistant professor of occupational therapy at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. She comes to USciences with more than 20 years of experience as a school-based therapist providing services to students with attention deficit disorder, autism, cerebral palsy, emotional disturbance, learning disabilities, and intellectual disabilities.
Dr. Mindy MacRone-Wojton
Dr. MacRone-Wojton’s research interests include school-based practice, health and wellness, and studying how outcomes are measured. During her time as a school-based therapist, she worked on several teams committed to health and wellness for the students and their families. At USciences, Dr. MacRone-Wojton will be facilitating student research; teaching about the past, present and future of occupational therapy; and developing lab experiences related to human development.

Dr. MacRone-Wojton earned her doctor of science in rehabilitation science from University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, Okla. She earned her master of science degree in occupational therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa.

Dr. MacRone-Wojton currently resides in Royersford, Pa., with her husband Henry and their teenage son and daughter Will and Joby. She and her family enjoy biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking, camping, games and puzzles. They are always planning their next road trip.


Categories: Faculty, Announcement, Department of Occupational Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Samson College

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