Ann C. Golub-Victor
Clinical Professor and Coordinator of Early Intervention Program
Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science, Faculty
Office: 301J Robinson Hall
transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy, Northeastern University
Master of Public Health, Boston University
Bachelor of Science and Certificate in Physical Therapy, Simmons College
Ann Golub-Victor, PT, DPT, MPH is Clinical Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences at Northeastern University. She earned a Bachelor of Science and Certificate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College, a Masters of Public Health with a concentration in Health Law from Boston University’s School of Public Health, and her transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies. As a fellow in the Shriver Center/University of Massachusetts Medical School Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program, she focused her studies on public policy and leadership in the field of developmental disabilities and community service. Dr. Golub-Victor teaches in a variety of areas including pediatric physical therapy, service-learning, health promotion and in Bouvé College’s Early Intervention Interdisciplinary Certificate Program. Her scholarship focus is in pediatric physical therapy education, fall risk in adults with intellectual disability, and the use of simulation in Early Intervention personnel training. Clinically, Dr. Golub-Victor specializes in pediatric physical therapy, having practiced in a variety of settings including home care, school and Early Intervention. Dr. Golub-Victor’s awards include the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Jeanne Fischer Distinguished Mentorship Award (2015), Northeastern University’s Community Engagement 2017 award, and the department’s Marguerite Sanderson Award (2019). Dr. Golub-Victor is an active member of the APTA’s Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy and the APTA of Massachusetts.