MAJ, US Army / PhD Student
US Army / University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky – United States
Jennifer F. Mullins, DPT, PT, OCS
Attended the University of Dayton from 2003-2007, receiving a B.S. in Education and Allied Professions. Upon graduation, Jennifer commissioned into the United States Army and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from U.S. Army-Baylor in 2010 at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX. Jennifer’s first assignment was to the Medical Command at Ft. Campbell, KY. After one year, she transitioned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division to serve as the Brigade Physical Therapist. During her four-year tour with the 101st, Jennifer was the sole physical therapist for approximately 4,000 Soldiers. In 2014, she deployed to Afghanistan and served US and allied Soldiers on six forward operating bases. Upon re-deployment, Jennifer earned her Orthopedic Physical Therapy Specialist certification. In 2015, she returned to Ft. Sam Houston to serve as the Officer in Charge of the Soldiers in Training Physical Therapy clinic. In 2017 she was selected for the Army’s Long-Term Health Education and Training program, and she has begun work on her PhD under the direction of Dr. Art Nitz at the University of Kentucky. Jennifer is married to Nate and their three year old son, Israel, is the light of their lives.
Thursday, November 7
4:13 PM – 4:30 PM