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Kelli Williams Gary, PhD, MPH, OTR/L
Virginia Commonwealth University
Kelli Williams Gary, PhD, MPH, OTR/L is an assistant professor in the department of occupational therapy at Virginia Commonwealth University.
After sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury 21 years ago, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in occupational therapy from Chicago State University in Chicago, IL, a Masters of Science and Masters of Public Health from Columbia University in New York, NY, and a PhD from VCU in Richmond, VA.
In the past seven years, Dr. Gary has authored/coauthored more than 16 peer-reviewed journal articles and two book chapters primarily focused on racial and ethnic minorities and caregivers with TBI and other disabilities.
She currently is Co-PI of large research grant, new dissemination coordinator for the VCU TBIMS, and actively volunteers in the brain injury community in Richmond.
Kelli Gary’s Content on BrainLine Military
- Tips for Transitioning Back to Academia After a Brain Injury
- Kelli Gary, PhD: "A New Start, a New School"
- Kelli Gary, PhD on Her Crash and Her First Attempt to Return to College
- The Benefits of Using Disability Services in College Post-Injury
- Go at Your Own Pace When Returning to School After a Brain Injury
- Balancing School, Work, and the Recovery Process After Brain Injury
- Kelli Gary, PhD on Her Hard Fought Degree in Occupational Therapy
- Meet Kelli Williams Gary, PhD
- Dr. Kelli Gary Talks about her Relationships After Traumatic Brain Injury
- Dr. Kelli Gary: Living With Traumatic Brain Injury
- Compensatory Strategies for Studying
- How I Re-Built Social Supports After My TBI
- Personal Limitations: Dealing With My New Reality
- Three Words That Motivated Me to Continue On
- Going Back to School After My Traumatic Brain Injury
- What's Different Now
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