Mary S Lundy

Assistant Professor

Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences • Brooks College of Health

Areas of Expertise

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Education

 

University of Michigan, Flint, Michigan

Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree, Post-professional, December, 2010

                 

East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. 

M.S. Degree in Child Development and Family Relations. May, 1984

 

East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina. 

B.S. Degree in Physical Therapy. May, 1978

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

University of North Florida, Outstanding Faculty Community Engaged Scholarship Award Nominee (2013-2014)

University of North Florida, On-line Instructor Certification Scholarship Recipient (2012)

University of North Florida, Community Scholar (2010-2011)

University of North Florida, Outstanding Faculty Community Engaged Scholarship Award Nominee (2013-2014)

University of North Florida, Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award nominee (2013, 2014)

Jane Walter Award for Educational Excellence, for outstanding Contributions to the Program in Physical Therapy at Oakland University, 1996

 

Magna Cum Laude graduate, 1978


 

Phi Kappa Phi, 1978-until present

Grants and Contracts Awarded

University of North Florida Foundation (UNFF), UNF 9/1/2016-9/1/17 ($12,000)
Effects of self-initiated independent power mobility in children with cortical visual impairment
Objective: Determine the effect if any of self-directed independent mobility on functional vision in young children with impaired mobility and cortical visual impairment. A second objective is to provide an authentic unique opportunity for physical therapy and engineering students to participate in a cross-disciplinary service and research that promotes social responsibility and entrepreneurship.
Role: PI
 

National Institute of Health (NICHD, 1R25HD087971-01) 3/7/16 - 2/28/21
Hands-On, Child-Centered, Interdisciplinary Team Design, Fabrication, and Testing of Adaptive Technology
Objective: To provide training through a truly multidisciplinary design course where engineering students and physical therapist students at the University of North Florida work together to design, fabricate, and test adaptive technology targeting postural control, mobility, social participation, and quality of life for children with developmental disabilities.
Role: Co-PI
 

Brooks Institute of Higher Learning, Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital 8/1/15 - 8/1/17
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
Objective: Provide quantitative longitudinal data exploring the impact of adaptive toy play on the independent function and quality of life of preschool children with disabilities and evidence supporting the introduction of technology at earlier ages than current practice standards.
Role: PI
 

Recipient University of North Florida Faculty Proposal Development Grant, $20,000: 2015-2016. A Quantitative Investigation of the Impact of Assistive Technology in Preschool Children with Disabilities using Remote Sensor Technology

Recipient University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant, $27,500: 2014-2015. Community Based Pediatric Adaptive Toy Project

Recipient University of North Florida Transformational Learning Opportunity, Field Research Grant, $5,000: 2014-2015.

Physical Therapy Student Immersion with Injured Military Veterans through Sport

Recipient UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity grant $5,000.00: 2012-2013

 

Recipient Master On-line Teaching grant $4,000.00: 2013

 

Recipient UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity grant $5,000.00: 2011-2012

 

UNF Community Scholars grant recipient, $3,000.00: 2010-2011

 

Community Based Transformational Learning designation grant $2,500.00: 2009-2010

 

Recipient UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity grant $5,000.00: 2009-2010

Publications & Presentations

Lundy M, Aceros J.  “A Community-Based, Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Course,” Proc. IEEE 38th Eng. in Med. and Biol. Conf., pp. 3006-3009, July (2016).

 

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): 996-997.

 

Livingston B, Lundy M, and Harrington S. Physical therapy students’ perceptions of team-based learning in gross anatomy using the TBL-SAI© instrument. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions, 2014, 11(1). 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 pp.73-8.

 

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, Spring, 2012, 2012; 26:2, 74-80.

 

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. 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. 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, 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 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.
 

Lundy M. “We Heard the Call: UNF Graduate Physical Therapy and Nutrition Students’ Transformational Learning Opportunity in Belize” a photo essay exhibit. July 7- August 12, 2011 exhibition at the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery UNF Student Union.

Lundy M, Noonan AC, Livingston B, Smith R. “Team-Based learning in gross anatomy: Initial experience in a physical therapy curriculum.” This work was presented at the 2011 annual Combined Sections meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association as a poster. New Orleans

Lundy M. “Blogging as a tool to promote reflection among DPT students during a multidisciplinary international service-leaning experience: A case report.” This work was presented at the University of Michigan. December 2011. 

 

Lundy M and Noonan A. “The Virtual Clinical Education Office.” This work was presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association as a poster. Boston, MA

 

Lundy, MS: Five Documentation Tips. Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, April, 1999; 9-10.

 

Lundy, MS: Reimbursable Documentation in Rehabilitation: A Staff Workbook. Kovacek Management Services, Inc. Haper Woods Michigan, 1998.

 

Stiller-Sermo C, Marcoux B, Lundy M, Olson R: Trait Versus Behavioral Interviews for Admission to Physical Therapy Programs. Poster presentation at Physical Therapy 1997: Scientific Meeting and Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association, 1997.

 

Lundy, MS: Physical Therapy Geriatric Competency Assessment Program. Kovacek Management Services, Inc. Haper Woods Michigan, 1996.

 

Lundy, MS: Physical Therapy Pediatric Competency Assessment Program. Kovacek Management Services, Inc. Haper Woods Michigan, 1995.

 

Lundy MS: Experience Of A Self Directed Work Group: A Case Study.  The Resource, Summer, 1994.

 

Guidera K, Lundy M, Ogden J: Wheelchair Adaptations in Cerebral Palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology; 1989.

 

Lundy MS: The Relative Importance of Continuing Education in Job Selection and Job Satisfaction For Physical Therapists: A pilot Study. Physical Therapy Forum, July, 1988; 7.

Grogan DP, Lundy MS, and Ogden, JA: A Method for early postoperative mobilization of the cerebral palsy patient using a removable abduction bar.  Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics 1987; 7: 338-340.

Marquis PJ, Ruiz NA, Lundy MS, Dillard RG: Primitive Reflexes and early motor development in very low birth weight infants. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 1984; 26:247-248. (Presented At the 37th annual meeting of the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology)


 

Marquis PJ, Ruiz NA, Lundy MS, Dillard RG:  Retention of Primitive reflexes and delayed motor development in very low birth weight infants.  Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 1984; 5: 124-126.

Marquis PJ, Ruiz NA, Lundy MS, Dillard RG:  Primitive reflex assessment as a predictor of outcome in very low birth weight infants. Pediatric Research 1984; 18 (4):379A.

Lundy MS, Snow C: Eye-Hand Coordination of Preschool Children as Influenced by Handedness. Master’s Thesis East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 1984.

Marquis PJ, Ruiz NA, Lundy MS, Dillard RG:  Retained primitive reflexes and delayed motor
development in very low birth weight infants.  Pediatric Research 1983; 17 (4):100A.

LundyContact Information

Building 39, Room 2049

(904) 620-2841

mary.lundy@unf.edu