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Joseph Rubertone

Joseph Rubertone


Associate Clinical Professor

Health Sciences Department
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences Department

267.359.5710 P
267.359.5722 F
Three Parkway, 1601 Cherry Street, Room 9115

Dr. Joseph A. Rubertone received a BS in Biology from the University of Connecticut, a MS in Biology/Microbiology and PhD in Anatomy from West Virginia University and an MPT degree from Hahnemann University. His postdoctoral training in neuroscience occurred at the NASA Ames Biomedical Research Center in Moffet Field, California. Teaching interests include neuroscience, pathology and diagnostic imaging.

Research Interests:

Dr. Rubertone's research interests include the connectivity of the vestibular nuclear complex, brain tumor imaging and clinical studies pertaining to the effectiveness of stroke rehabilitation.

Academic Distinctions:

Dr. Rubertone is a two time recipient of the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching and several other departmental, school and university teaching awards.