The Research Team
Jo Armour Smith PT, PhD
Jo worked as a physical therapist in the United Kingdom and the USA for several years before getting her PhD at the University of Southern California. She is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Chapman University. Her research focuses on mechanisms underlying changes in motor control in response to pain, aging, and skill training. When not at work, Jo loves walking in the California hills and dabbles in Flamenco dance. She is also obsessed with dogs.
Chapman faculty collaborators
Susan Mais Requejo
Current Student Members
Jolene is currently an Senior undergrad at Chapman University. She aspires to attend USC to peruse a doctorate in physical therapy. In her free time she enjoys working out, playing guitar, and playing beach and indoor volleyball.
Abigail is currently an undergraduate freshman at Chapman University. She aspires to attend the Chapman University Physician's Assistant graduate program. Outside of medicine, she enjoys playing soccer, ceramics, swimming and crocheting.
Jaehun (Joe) Lee
Currently a Junior at Chapman University, Rachel aspires to attend a Doctor of Physical Therapy program. She wants to work in pediatrics or the preforming arts. She enjoys going to theatre shows, dancing, playing the piano and baking without a recipe.