PhD, BPhty, DipEd
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Marie-Louise's teaching includes undergraduate teaching of anatomy to students in biomedical science, health science, exercise science, nursing and human movement studies degrees.
She is involved in lecturing and running labs for functional and surface anatomy, and biomechanics to second and third year human movement and exercise science students.
Assistance with supervision of honours students in the exercise Science degree started in 2006.
Marie-Louise is actively involved in developing and teaching the Schools enabling program Biostart.
Marie-Louise graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree, and worked clinically in musculoskeletal and respiratory fields for 15 years before commencing a Diploma of Education (Adult Learning).
Marie-Louise first worked for the University of Tasmania within the University Department of Rural Health, overseeing a project on allied health student placements in rural Tasmania. Her project work continued with a profession specific role in facilitating the process of specialisation for the profession of Physiotherapy, while working as an anatomy tutor for the School of Human Life Sciences.
She is currently the Tasmanian President of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Authorised by the Head of School, Human Life Sciences
15 October, 2012