A former APTA Mary McMillan Scholarship Award winner, Emilie Aubert, P.T. D.P.T. M.A., graduated with her physical therapy degree from Indiana University in 1972. Dr. Aubert joined the Marquette faculty in 1976. Dr. Aubert's particular clinical specialties are spina bifida, children with impairments and disabilities, and infants and toddlers who are at risk for developmental disabilities. She has published 2 book chapters, “Adaptive Equipment and Environmental Aids for Children with Disabilities” and “Motor Development in the Normal Child” in the fourth edition of the physical therapy textbook, Pediatric Physical Therapy by Jan S. Tecklin. She has also been a consultant for several editions of a medical encyclopedic dictionary. Children’s health, locally and globally, especially as it relates to environmental factors, is also a professional interest. Dr. Aubert is a 2001 Collegium Fellow and is very involved at Marquette in Mission and Ministry work and Manresa. She has received grants from Marquette's Religious Commitment Fund and the Manresa project.
In her free time, Dr. Aubert's interests include gourmet cooking, quilting, Navajo weaving, classical music, and multi-media collage creation. She is also very active in her church. In 2002 she designed and stitched a quilted parament that now hangs in a sister church in Paderborn, Germany.