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Kimberly Ann Morris, MA

Title(s)Assistant Professor-Instructional-Non-Tenure Track
AddressCHP 133
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089-9003
Phone+1 323 442 2058
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    Kimberly Morris-Eggleston received her bachelor's degree from USC, majoring in psychology and writing an honors thesis on children's perceptions of neighborhood violence. After earning her master's degree in occupational therapy from USC, she worked as the Director of Recruitment for the Division, and held elected positions for the Occupational Therapy Association of California, including as Director of the San Gabriel Valley Chapter. She then transitioned to clinical practice in pediatrics at Center for Developing Kids, a private sensory integration clinic located in Pasadena, California. Kim currently teaches for the Minor in Occupational Science program and works as the Director of International Visitors for the Division. She also enjoys teaching private piano lessons for children with and without disabilities.

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    1. Evaluation of electrical stimulation for ischemic wound therapy: a feasibility study using the lapine wound model. Arch Dermatol Res. 2009 Apr; 301(4):323-7. Morris KA, McGee MF, Jasper JJ, Bogie KM. PMID: 19050907.
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