Union, New Jersey – United States
Timothy F. Marshall earned his PhD in Health Science, specializing in Movement Science, from Seton Hall University. Tim also earned a Master’s of Science in Exercise Science degree from Kean University and is certified through the American College of Sports Medicine as a Cancer Exercise Trainer
Tim is an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy at Kean University and is the cardiovascular curriculum coordinator for the program. Tim’s research interests are grounded in understanding and improving treatment-related survivorship issues that impact a cancer survivor’s quality of life. Currently, Tim is conducting research aimed at understanding the impact the presence of chemotherapy-induced-peripheral-neuropathy has on gait, fall risk, and muscle activation by using wireless gait analysis and EMG technology.
Additionally, Tim is the Director of Research & Program Development for Fitness & Wellness Professional Services. Tim is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing interdisciplinary disease-specific community-based, Supervised Exercise programs throughout 10 medically based fitness & wellness facilities that are partnered with five different hospital systems. The goal of these programs is to integrate clinicians and allied healthcare and exercise professionals, facilitating a coordinated continuum of care and improving health outcomes.
Friday, November 8
9:45 AM – 11:00 AM