Randy Cornejo

SHP Alumni Highlight: Randy Cornejo, DPT

Currently immersed in a rigorous sports residency programs at Johns Hopkins and IMG Academy, Randy Cornejo, DPT, is paving the way towards a future at Texas Children’s Hospital as a sports clinical specialist, slated to begin this fall. The 2023 graduate of The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s Department of…
Logan Emery

SHP Alumni Highlight: Logan Emery, DPT

Logan Emery, DPT, graduated from The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s Department of Physical Therapy in 2023. He is currently immersed in a sports physical therapy residency at Children’s Health Andrews Institute. The experience has been transformative, allowing him to hone his skills and knowledge in youth sports rehabilitation. The…
Cristin Crawley

SHP Alumni Highlight: Cristin Crawley, MS, CHWC

With a passion for health and a background in lifestyle health sciences, Cristin Crawley, MS, CHWC, guides her clients on transformative journeys toward better well-being. The 2022 graduate from The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s Department of Personalized Health and Well-Being currently works in the heart of Irving, Texas, as…
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From sacrifice to success: a journey through physical therapy school

Ancelmo Mojarro came to Fort Worth to study. The Tyler native knew he wanted to be a physical therapist early on his undergraduate days. He embarked on his path to physical therapy a decade ago, inspired by a friend’s suggestion amidst his quest to find his calling in the medical field. “I started shadowing a…
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HSC pro bono physical therapy program offers hope

For 70-year-old Beverly Rozanski, the journey to improved health has been long and challenging. Raised in Michigan, Rozanski spent her childhood and early adult years struggling with physical challenges that made even the simplest tasks seem insurmountable. However, her discovery of a pro bono physical therapy program through The University of North Texas Health Science…
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Q&A with Christa Lo, associate dean, School of Health Professions

What drew you to HSC and why did you accept a faculty position here? I was looking for a new opportunity to stretch myself and my brain. This position was open, and I was excited for the opportunity to work with Dr. Forister again, as we worked together clinically 25 years ago in Houston. HSC is…
Graci Finco

Q&A with Graci Finco, assistant professor, Department of Physical Therapy

What drew you to HSC and why did you accept a faculty position here? I completed my PhD at HSC in the School of Biomedical Sciences in December 2022. I was excited to rejoin HSC as a faculty member for multiple reasons - the fun area, ability to teach and mentor students, and friendly people! What have…
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Q&A with Paula Olson, assistant professor, PA Studies

What drew you to HSC and why did you accept a faculty position here? As an alumna of the PA Studies program and a long-term resident of Fort Worth, it was only natural for me to be drawn back to HSC. The dedication and quality of the current faculty and program leadership made the position very…
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Sandra Mann retires from PA Studies after 27 years

Since its inception, every student who has entered The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s Physician Assistant Studies program has been greeted by Sandra Mann. Mann, one of the PA program’s first employees, officially retired, ending a 27-year throughline that connected the program’s past with its current students. Mann has enjoyed…
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Faculty highlight: Ashley Gentry, Physician Assistant Studies

Ashley Gentry is an associate professor in The University of Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s Department of Physician Assistant Studies. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Dallas Baptist University and graduated from the HSC Physician Assistant Program in 2012 with a Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Prior to becoming a physician…