Talina S. M. Corvus, PT, DPT, PhD

Assistant Professor

Dr. Corvus is a physical therapist with a specialty in geriatrics. Her teaching, learning, research, and advocacy is seated at the intersection of health and education, and is driven by increasing equity and diversity in systems. Dr. Corvus’s work has focused specifically on admissions practices, minority student support in graduate health education, Black older adult perspectives of physical activity, leadership in the Physical Therapy profession, and enacting diversity, equity, and inclusion practices in health and education. She lives on a small farm with her wife, two children, several animals, and hundreds of plants. She enjoys running, dancing, and most things sci fi.

Teaching Areas

Education and Leadership PhD
Interprofessional Education Program
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

Education

BA in Physiology, University of Washington
Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Pacific University
PhD in Education and Leadership, Pacific University

Clinical Certifications

Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy
Advanced Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults

Social Media

Twitter @TalinaCorvus