Glen Gillen, M.D.

Glen Gillen is Professor of Regenerative and Rehabilitation Medicine (Occupational Therapy) at Columbia University Medical Center. In addition he is the associate director of the Programs in Occupational Therapy. Glen is an occupational therapist by training and specializes in neurorehabilitation with particular interests in stroke rehabilitation, motor control, and the influence of cognitive dysfunction on daily life. He has over 100 publications including chapters, books, and peer reviewed publications.
A past recipient of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation Award for Clinical Excellence in Rehabilitation and the American Occupational Therapy Association’s (AOTA) Recognition of Achievement Award, Glen lectures extensively on the local, state, national, and university level regarding multiple topics related to neurorehabilitation. He maintains a clinical caseload working in the areas of acute care and inpatient rehabilitation. Glen was the recipient of the 2012 Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture and delivered the lecture in San Diego in 2013. The lectureship honors a member of the AOTA who has creatively contributed to the development of the body of knowledge of the profession through research, education, and/or clinical practice.

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