PhD Student, 2015 Cohort
Areas of Interest
Lisa Juckett, MOT, OTR/L has been an occupational therapy practitioner within adult rehabilitation since 2010. She is currently a first year, part-time PhD student within the College of Social Work. Her shift to the field of social work is rooted in her interest in facilitating behavior change to prevent the onset of health conditions. Juckett’s specific research interests include food access for older adults and health promotion for the underserved geriatric population. Her past research experience has included the following: safety issues for children with autism spectrum disorders, hand orthoses after stroke, and interventions for the upper limb after stroke. A summary of her OT master’s thesis, “Rhyming storybooks: Addressing safety for children with an ASD” was published in OT Practice in 2009 by the American Occupational Therapy Association. She currently is on faculty with The Ohio State University College of Medicine’s Occupational Therapy Department.