Pamela Donlan is a licensed physical therapist who has practiced in diverse healthcare settings, and holds special clinical interests in the areas of neurologic physical therapy, geriatric physical therapy, and lymphedema management. She received a bachelor of science in physical therapy from New York University, a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Widener University, and a Doctorate in Education from Northeastern University. Pamela is a certified lymphedema therapist by the Lymphology Association of North America. She began teaching as an adjunct faculty member in Bouve College’s Department of Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Movement Sciences in 2008. Pamela’s academic interests include investigating best practices in PT education, and exploring the psycho-social aspects of long-term disease and disability on patients and caregivers.