Our DPT faculty consists of more than a dozen scholars and clinicians. Most hold doctoral degrees and many hold advanced clinical certifications representing a variety of specialty training areas. As a student in our program, you also receive instruction from physicians and scientists from other departments at UNE, who teach gross anatomy, neuroscience, and the five-course pathology and medical management sequence. To learn more about our DPT faculty and affiliated faculty, click on the links below.

Faculty

Jenny Audette
Physical Therapy Program Director
Associate Professor
Proctor Hall 214A
Jim Cavanaugh
Neurologic Clinical Specialist Emeritus /
Professor
Proctor Hall 203
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Motion Analysis Laboratory Manager
Assistant Teaching Professor
Linnell Hall 202
Amy Litterini
Associate Clinical Professor
Proctor Hall 208
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Assistant Professor
Proctor Hall 204
Tara Paradie
Assistant Clinical Professor
Assistant Clinical Director of Clinical Education
Eileen Ricci
Associate Clinical Professor
Maine LEND Program Director
Proctor Hall 209
Katy Randolph
Associate Professor, Physical Therapy
Director, Motion Analysis Laboratory
Linnell Hall 210
Matt Somma
Assistant Clinical Professor
Proctor Hall 212
Scott Stackhouse
Associate Professor
Proctor Hall 205
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Director of Clinical Education
Associate Clinical Professor

Affiliated Faculty

casey boucher
Associate Clinical Professor
Internship Coordinator
Harold Alfond Forum 247
David R. Grimm Ed.D. Associate Lecturer
Senior Lecturer
Peter and Cecile Morgane Hall 017
Kathleen Leahy
Standardized Patient Educator, Clinical Performance Center
Affiliated Faculty
Petts Health Center room 123
Sally McCormack
Interim Dean, WCHP
Clinical Professor, Physical Therapy
Hersey Hall 209
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Associate Professor of Anatomy
Peter and Cecile Morgane Hall 120

Professional Staff

Elena Lippolis
Staff Assistant
Proctor Hall 214
Nichol Shea
Clinical Placement Coordinator
Proctor Hall 219

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