Corey McGee, PhD, MS, OTR/L, CHT
Dr. Corey McGee has 20+ combined years of experience as an upper limb rehabilitation clinician, educator, and researcher. He has been first and coauthor on numerous research publications and book chapters. Corey is an invited international speaker, a member of an international expert consensus group on thumb osteoarthritis management, and lead author of the World Federation of Occupational Therapy white paper on OT in musculoskeletal health. He is the 2019 Nathalie Barr Lectureship Awardee, has received ASHT awards for best poster, best presentation, and best surgeon-therapist collaborative research project, and has been recognized as the Minnesota OT Association’s “OT of the Year” and “Researcher of the Year”. Additionally, he has served as an editorial board member of JHT, an ASHT research division member, a grant reviewer for AHTF, and a peer-reviewer for numerous rehabilitation, engineering, and surgery journals. Corey is an Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Minnesota where he teaches courses in orthotic fabrication, hand therapy practice, and anatomy and kinesiology, mentors PhD and OTD students, conducts research, and is the academic coordinator for the Fairview-University of MN Hand Therapy Fellowship.