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Geraldine Healy Marini Named Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at USciences
Written by Jenna Pizzi
Published on November 17, 2017
Geraldine Healy Marini, OTD, MS, OT/L, has been named assistant professor of occupational therapy at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. She comes to USciences with 26 years of occupational therapy experience in a variety of settings, including 15 years specializing in pediatrics.
Dr. Healy Marini’s research lies within pediatrics specializing in patient populations impacted with autism spectrum disorders, infant child mental health, social emotional skill development, early intervention and school-based practices. She is director of Professional Therapy Services LLC, which provides occupational therapy services to school districts, private facilities, and early intervention programs.
Dr. Healy Marini previously held faculty positions at Salem Community College and Thomas Jefferson University. At USciences, Dr. Healy Marini will be instructing students in the doctorate and master level occupational therapy programs.
Dr. Healy Marini earned her doctorate of occupational therapy from Eastern Kentucky University, her master’s degree in healthcare administration and management from Wilmington University, and a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from Temple University.
Originally from Philadelphia, she currently resides in Pilesgrove, N.J., with her husband Dave and children David and Alexis.
Categories: Samson College of Health Sciences, Department of Occupational Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Faculty