John K. Hubbard, PhD, PT
Department of Neuroscience &
8447 Riverside Pkwy
4004 Medical Research and Education Building
Bryan, TX 77807-3260
Education and Post-Graduate Training
PhD, Allied Health Education, Medical Anatomy, Texas A&M University (1997)
MS, Physical Therapy, University of Southern California (1981)
B.S., Physical Education, Brigham Young University (1978)
I am a licensed physical therapist, with research interests in the utilization of physical modalities as facilitators for bone and soft tissue healing. Currently I also serve as Temple Campus Coordinator for distance education for several first year medical courses in which I lecture and participate in course laboratories. These courses include Medical Neuroscience MANA 922, Medical Gross Anatomy MANA 901 and the Structure and Function of Human Organ Systems MANA 905.
- Hubbard, JK and Opersteny, S (2002) EMG analysis of the VMO and VML during performance of selected knee rehabilitation exercises in asymptomatic individuals. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research 6(2): 107-118.
- Hubbard, JK, Sampson, HW and Elledge JR (1998) The vastus medialis oblique muscle and its relationship to patellofemoral joint deterioration in human cadavers. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy 28(6):384-391.
- Hubbard, JK, Sampson, HW and Eledge JR (1997) Prevalence and morphology of the vastus medialis oblique muscle in human cadavers. Anatomical Record 249:135-142.