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Barb Quaney

Program Coordinator Bachelor Health Science/Assistant Professor
Allied Health
School of Applied Studies
Contact
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
785.670.3103
Degrees & Certifications
University of Iowa, Master of Arts
University of Iowa, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History
Dr. Quaney received her degree Physical Therapy in 1989 (Univ. Kansas), Masters of Arts in Neurorehabilitation (Univ. Iowa,1993), Ph.D. in Molecular-Integrative Physiology (Univ. Iowa, 2002), NIH Post-Doctoral Fellow (Cortical Medical Imaging-Univ. Kansas) and Research Asst. Professor (Univ. Kansas) prior to joining Washburn Univ. in 2012.
Teaching
  • AL 308 VA, Allied Health Portfolio
  • AL 360 MA, Indep Study/Allied Health
  • AL 420 VA, Current Issues In Health Care
  • AL 450 VA, Knowledge Mngt In Healthcare
  • AL 460 VA, Research In Health Care
Scholarly Interests/Activities
Dr. Quaney scholarly interests include geriatric health and wellness issues as they relate to healthcare policy and health systems management.  She has authored over 40 peer-reviewed publications in geriatric health, and is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Physical Therapy and Research, Brazil (Fisioterapia e Pesquisa).
Service Interests/Activities
Dr. Quaney is on the Advisory Board of the Kansas Physical Therapy Association and active in the American Physical Therapy Association.  
Career Accomplishments
2007, Georgia Neese Gray Distinguished Women's Award, Zonta Kansas Chapter
2011, Minority and Small Businesswoman of the Year- Greater Topeka Chamber of  Commerce
2010, Kansas Ad Astra Community Revitalization Award
2005, KU School of Medicine Annual Report, 'Excellent Education' category
2004, National Institutes of Health, Directors Pioneer Award Nominee
2002-2004, National Institutes of Health, Post-Doctoral Fellow
2000, Doctoral Scholar, Foundational for Physical Therapy
2000, 2001, Graduate Research Award, Women in Science and Engineering
2001, Graduate Student Research Award, University of Iowa
1994, Physical Therapy Fellowship Award, Northern Arizona University