Susan V. Duff, EdD, PT, OT/L, CHT is an Associate Professor in the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy at Chapman University. She received her BS in OT from Eastern Michigan University, MPT from Hahnemann (Drexel) University and doctorate in Movement Science from Teacher’s College, Columbia University. She completed post-doctoral training in Motor Control/Motor Lateralization at Penn State University and most recently completed a fellowship at the University of Southern California entitled, Training in Rehabilitation Efficacy and Effectiveness Trials. Dr. Duff is a clinical specialist is pediatric hand and upper extremity rehabilitation and will be teaching courses on Motor Control/Learning, Pediatrics, and Scientific Inquiry. Her research focuses on the assessment, acquisition, and recovery of prehension. Most recently, she has been collaborating with others on the design of home-based assessment and intervention strategies for infants, children, and adults with peripheral and central neurological disorders.