Carole Campbell BurnettAssociate Professor | Washington, Dist of Col
Carole Burnett is an Associate Professor in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Health Sciences at Howard University, where she has taught neuroscience and treatment techniques for neurologically impaired patients for over 25 years. She also is an acclaimed speaker who has presented extensively across the country on the assessment and treatment interventions of individuals with stroke and older adults with a history of falls.
Dr.Burnett has broad clinical experience in treating neurologically impaired patients in a variety of settings, and she has successfully been incorporating new findings on motor learning, motor control and brain plasticity into her treatment interventions for many years. Her courses emphasize new concepts as well as hands-on practice of techniques for immediate application in a clinical setting. She received her BS in Sociology from Boston University, her certificate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University, her Masters from Harvard University, and her doctorate from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.