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Christine O'Neill is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Marquette University College of Health Sciences Department of Occupational Therapy. Christine graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. She then went on to receive her master’s degree in Health Management Systems from Duquesne University. Christine completed her post-professional Occupational Therapy Doctoral degree from Mount Mary University. She holds a specialty certification from the Bain Injury Association of America as a certified brain injury specialist. In 2017, she was awarded the “excellence in teaching” honor.
Christine has many years clinical experience at multiple levels of care including level I trauma hospitals such as The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. She specializes in adult rehabilitation specifically neurological and traumatic injuries/diseases. Christine has been published on the topic of telehealth services and continues her clinical work in stroke and post-concussion syndrome.