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Mary S Lundy

Assoc Professor

Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences | Brooks College of Health

Areas of Expertise

Pediatric Physical Therapy, Assistive Technology, Early Pediatric Mobility, Biomedical Device Research, Differential Diagnosis, Service-Learning, Interdisciplinary Education, Cross-disciplinary Education, Child Development, Community Based Transformational Learning

Education

University of Michigan, Flint, MI

Doctor of Physical Therapy Post-professional,

Pediatric Concentration (2010)

School of Health Professions and Studies, Department of Physical Therapy

                            

East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

Master of Science in Child Development and Family Relations, (1984)

College of Health and Human Performance, Department of Human Development and Family Science

Research Thesis: Eye-Hand Coordination of Preschool Children as Influenced by Handedness.

 

East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

B.S. Degree in Physical Therapy. Magna Cum Laude graduate, (1978)

College of Allied Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy

Research Thesis: Effect of cold on the perception of pain: Ice compared to commercial cold packs.

Biography

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS

Licensed Physical Therapist, Florida State Board of Medical Examiners, 2014-present

Neuro-Developmental Therapy Certification (C/NDT). 2009-until present

Board Certification in Pediatric Physical Therapy (P.C.S.). April, 1995-2005

Licensed Physical Therapist, Michigan State Board of Medical Examiners, October, 1990-present.

Awards

  • Outstanding Faculty Scholarship Award Nominee (2018-2019), University of North Florida
  • Presidential Faculty Leader Award Nominee (2018), University of North Florida
  • Outstanding Faculty Community Engaged Scholarship Award Nominee, University of North Florida, (2013-2014, 2016-2017 & 2017-2018)
  • Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement for Early Career Faculty Nominee (2016)
  • Scholars Transforming Academic Research Award (2016), University of North Florida
  • Selected member of the Engagement Scholarship Program (2014-2015), University of North Florida
  • Emerging Engagement Scholar (2014), Engagement Scholarship Consortium
  • Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award nominee (2013, 2014, & 2018), University of North Florida
  • On-line Instructor Certification Scholarship Recipient (2012), University of North Florida
  • Community Scholar (2010 Cohort), University of North Florida
  • Award for Educational Excellence (1996), Oakland University
  • Phi Kappa Phi, 1978-until present
  • Magna Cum Laude

Affiliations

Academic Appointments

University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL

Interim Program Director, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences, Brooks College of Health (2019-2020)

Associate Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences, Brooks College of Health (2018-present)

Interim Program Director, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences, Brooks College of Health (2016-2017)

Assistant Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences, Brooks College of Health (2012-2018)

Graduate Faculty, Graduate School (2012-present)

Visiting Assistant Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences, Brooks College of Health (2011-2012)

Adjunct Instructor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences, Brooks College of Health (2008-2011)

 

Oakland University, Rochester, MI

Senior Specialty Instructor, Graduate Certificate in Pediatric Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy Program, School of Health Sciences (1996-2000)

 

University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Instructor, Department of Orthopedics, College of Medicine (1987-1990)

 

Brooks Pediatric Residency Program, Jacksonville, FL

Faculty

Grants and Contracts Awarded

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2019-20): Development of a National Institutes of Health R15 grant to study Remote Rehabilitation of Young Children with Cortical Visual Impairment. University of North Florida Faculty Development Grant. Funding award: $20,000.00.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI/Co Director: Lundy M. (2018-23): Child-centered, team-based, interdisciplinary Bioengineering Summer Research Experience. National Institutes of Health R25-NICHD. Funding Award: $504,900.

 

PI: Wright L, Co-Investigator: Aceros J, Co-Investigator: Lundy M. (2017-2018): Adaptive Feeding Interventions and Monitoring Program for Infants with Congenital Zika Syndrome. University of North Florida Foundation. Funding Award: $23,000.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2017-18): An Interdisciplinary Quantitative Study of Postural Stability in Children with Motor Disabilities. University of North Florida Faculty Proposal Development Grant. Funding Award: $20,000.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2017-18): Pediatric Adaptive Technology Community Based Project TLO. University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant. Funding Award: $ $14,200.

 

PI: Lundy M, Co-PI: Aceros J. (2016-2017): Effects of Self-initiated Independent Power Mobility in Children with Cortical Visual Impairment. UNF Foundation Board Initiatives Grant 2016-2017 Funding Award: $12,000.

 

PI: Aceros J, Collaborator: Lundy M. (2016-21): Hands-On, Child-Centered, Interdisciplinary Team Design, Fabrication, and Testing of Adaptive Technology. National Institute of Health (NICHD, 1R25HD087971-01). Funding Award: $105,275.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2016-17): Pediatric Adaptive Technology Community Based Project TLO. Transformational Learning Opportunity (TLO). Funding Award: $17,200.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2015-16): “A Quantitative Investigation of the Impact of Assistive Technology in Preschool Children with Disabilities using Remote Sensor Technology”. University of North Florida Faculty Development Grant. Funding Award: $20,000.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2015-16): “GoBabyGo UNF Community Project TLO”. Transformational Learning Opportunity (TLO). Funding Award: $18,000.

 

PI: Lundy M, Co-PI: Aceros J. (2014-2016): “Collaboration between Physical Therapists and Engineers to Investigate the Impact of Technology Assisted Toy Play on the Independent Function and Quality of Life in Preschool Children with Disabilities”. Brooks Research Professorship Grant. Funding Award: $60,000.

 

PI: Aceros J, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2014-15): “Community Based Pediatric Adaptive Toy Project TLO”. University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant. Funding Award: $27,500.

 

PI: Lundy M, Co-PI: Aceros J. (2014-2015): Community Based Pediatric Adaptive Toy Project. University of North Florida Graduate Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant. Funding Award: $2,500.

 

PI: Lundy M, Co-PI: Harrington S. (2014-2015): Physical Therapy Student Immersion with Injured Military Veterans through Sport. University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant. Funding Award: $5,000.

 

PI: Lundy M, Co-PI: Harrington S. (2013-2014): Physical Therapy Student Immersion with Injured Military Veterans through Sport. University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant. Funding Award: $6,600.

 

PI: Harrington S, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2012-2013): Physical Therapy Student Immersion with Injured Military Veterans through Sport. University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant. Funding Award: $6,000.

 

PI: Lundy M, Co-PI: Wright L. (2010-2011): Interdisciplinary Community Healthcare Service: Graduate Physical Therapy and Nutrition Students. University of North Florida Community Scholars Grant Recipient. Funding Award: $3,000.

 

PI: Lundy M, Wright L. (2009-2010): A TLO in Belize for Graduate Nutrition and Physical Therapy Students. University of North Florida Community Based Transformational Learning Designation Grant. Funding Award: $2,500.

 

PI: Wright L, Co-PI: Lundy M. (2009-2010): Provision of Interdisciplinary Community Healthcare: A TLO in Belize for Graduate Nutrition and Physical Therapy Students. University of North Florida Community Based Transformational Learning Grant. Funding Award: $5,000.

 

Publications & Presentations

Refereed Journal Publications

Fraser A*, Doan D*, Lundy M, Bevill G, Aceros J. Pediatric safety: review of the susceptibility of children with disabilities to injuries involving movement related events. Injury Epidemiology. 2019;6 (1):1-9.

*Denotes student mentored research

 

Chalman T*, Bradford E, Lundy M, Aceros J. Sensory Walls: Engineering a Dynamic Therapeutic Solution for Children with Disabilities. Conf Proc of IEEE Southeast Conference 2019.

* Denotes student mentored research

 

Chalman T*, Andrews C*, Singletary D*, Trevino J*, Lundy M, Aceros J. A Postural Control Ride-On Toy for a 27 Month Old Child with Developmental Disabilities. Conf Proc of IEEE Southeast Conference 2019.

* Denotes student mentored research

 

Rodriguez A*, Lundy M, and Aceros J, Engineering, Physical Therapy and the Community: A Service Learning Course. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2018.

*Denotes student mentored research

 

Lundy M, Aceros J. A Community-Based, Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Course, Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, 2016: 3006-3009. DOI: 10.1109/EMBC.2016.7591362.

Wright L, Lundy M. Perspectives of Cultural Competency from an International Service-Learning Project. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2014, 114(7): 996-1000.

 

Livingston B, Lundy M, and Harrington S. Physical therapy students’ perceptions of team-based learning in gross anatomy using the TBL-SAIÓ instrument. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions, 2014, 11(1): 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.3352/jeehp.2014.11.1.

 

Wright, L, Lundy M. Blogging as a Tool to Promote Reflection among Dietetic and Physical Therapy Students during a Multidisciplinary International Service-Learning Experience. Journal of Allied Health, 2012, 41(3): 73-78.

 

Noonan A, Lundy M, Livingston B, Smith A. A Successful Model for Improving Student Retention In Physical Therapist Education Programs: A Case Report. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 2012, 26(2): 74-80.

 

Grogan D, Lundy M, Ogden, J. A Method for early postoperative mobilization of the cerebral palsy patient using a removable abduction bar. Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics, 1987, 7(3): 338-340.

Marquis P, Ruiz N, Lundy M, Dillard R. Retention of Primitive reflexes and delayed motor development in very low birth weight infants. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 1984, 5(3): 124-126.

Marquis P, Ruiz N, Lundy M, Dillard R. Primitive reflex assessment as a predictor of outcome in very low birth weight infants. Pediatric Research, 1984, 18(4): 379A.

Marquis P, Ruiz N, Lundy M, Dillard R. Retained primitive reflexes and delayed motor
development in very low birth weight infants. Pediatric Research, 1983, 17(4): 100A.

 

Invited Book Chapters in Press

Lundy, M. & Aceros, J. (2019, in press). It was more than a toy. In C. Winterbottom, J.S. Nicholson, & F.D. Richard (Eds.). Community-Based Transformational Learning: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry into its Benefits and Challenges (Ch. 8). London: Bloomsbury.

 

Wright L, & Lundy M. (2019, in press). Examining Cultural Competency in Healthcare in Belize. In C. Winterbottom, J.S. Nicholson, & F.D. Richard (Eds.). Community-Based Transformational Learning: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry into its Benefits and Challenges (Ch. 14). London: Bloomsbury.

 

Refereed Abstract Publications & Presentations

LaRosa N, Dinsmore D, Lundy M, Meires J. Collaborative Clinical Reasoning in Student Physical Therapists: Preliminary Findings. Presented at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in Washington, DC January 23-26, 2019.

 

Rodriguez A*, Lundy M, and Aceros J, Engineering, Physical Therapy and the Community: A Service Learning Course. Presented at 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society in Honolulu, HI July 17-21, 2018.

 

Lundy M, Aceros J. Cross-disciplinary community based service-learning course: Challenges and outcomes. Presented at the 2018 Go Baby Go Global Summit in Jacksonville Beach, FL April 13 & 14, 2018.

 

Rodriguez A*, Lundy M, Aceros L, St. Germain* E, Kreidl, O. Functional activity monitoring through embedded sensors in a modified ride on toy car. Presented at RESNA 2017 Annual Conference: AT Innovations Across the Lifespan in New Orleans June 26-30, 2017.

* Denotes student mentored research

 

Lundy M, Aceros J. Impact of cross-disciplinary community-based service-learning course: A quantitative Assessment. Presented at 17th Annual International Engagement Scholarship Consortium Conference, October 2016, Omaha, NE.

 

Lundy M, Aceros J. A Community-Based, Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Course. Presented at 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, August 2016, Orlando, FL.

 

Rodriquez A*, Emord N*, Aceros J, Lundy M. Early-Childhood Exploration and Cognitive Development. Presented at the 6th Annual Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, February 2016, Tampa, FL.            

*Denotes student mentored research

 

Lundy M, Aceros J. Design, implementation and evaluation of a cross-disciplinary service-learning course: A Physical therapy and engineering student experience. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2016, Anaheim, CA.

 

Harrington S, Lundy M. Influence of Service-Learning on Physical Therapy Students Immersed in Adaptive Sport for Military Veterans. Presented at 2014 Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education, March 2014, Auburn, AL.

 

Harrington S, Lundy M. Influence of Service-Learning on DPT Students Immersed in Adaptive Sport for Military Veterans. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2014, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Lundy M, Livingston B, Harrington S. Quantitative Assessment of the Attitudes of Physical Therapy Students towards Team-Based Learning in a Gross Anatomy Course. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2014, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Lundy M, Noonan AC, Livingston B, Smith R. Team-Based learning in gross anatomy: Initial experience in a physical therapy curriculum. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2011, New Orleans, LA.

 

Lundy M. Blogging as a tool to promote reflection among DPT students during a multidisciplinary international service-leaning experience: A case report. Presented at the University of Michigan. December 2010, Flint, MI.

 

Lundy M and Noonan A. The Virtual Clinical Education Office. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association 2010 Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

 

Lundy M S, Noonan A C, Smith A. Student Retention: A Problem Worth Addressing. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2009, Las Vegas, N.V.

 

Stiller-Sermo C, Marcoux B, Lundy M, Olson R. Behavioral versus trait interviewing: Applications for physical therapy admissions. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association 1997 annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, CA.

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Contact Information

Building 39, Room 2049

(904) 620-2841

mary.lundy@unf.edu

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