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Lindsay Rebecca Packard Garmirian Faculty Member

Lindsay Garmirian, PT, DPT, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Human Function and Rehabilitation Sciences in the School of Medicine & Health Sciences. She earned a bachelors in biology and biomedical engineering from Tufts University (2006) and a DPT (2015) and PhD in Biomedical Engineering (2019) from Northwestern University. She has been a member of the George Washington University physical therapy faculty since 2019. Dr. Garmirian taught in the DPT program at Northwestern University prior to her time at GW. Her primary areas of teaching responsibility include Neuroscience in Rehabilitation I and II and Management of Neuromotor Dysfunction. Her clinical experience includes outpatient neuro and orthopedics at a large rehabilitation hospital. Her research interests include musculoskeletal adaptation after injury. She has received numerous research awards and published and presented her research in both peer-reviewed journals and national and international conferences. Dr. Garmirian is a member of the neurology, orthopedics and research sections of the APTA.

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