Mary K Milidonis (Mary K. Milidonis), PhD, MMSc, PT
 Title: Associate Professor
Director Certificates in Gerontology
 Dept: Health Sciences
 Office: HS 111
 Phone: 216-687-2447,  216-687-3566
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. HS 111, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Ph.D., Health Services Research, Case Western Reserve University
M.M.Sc., Master of Medical Science, Emory University
B.S., Physical Therapy, Cleveland State University
Brief Bio:
Dr. Mary Milidonis is currently Associate Professor and Graduate Faculty in the Health Science Department at Cleveland State University. Her teaching responsibilities are in both Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and the Bachelor of Science Health Science Program.  Dr. Milidonis research interest are in the area of geriatrics, orthopaedics, arthritis, disability, community exercise, clinical outcomes,and professional education.
Honors and Awards:
Merit Recognition Award, Cleveland State University, 2008, 2013
Outstanding Committee, Physician Assistant Program, Cuyahoga Community College 2008
Marie Haug Student Award in Aging Studies, Case Western Reserve University, 2002
Ohio Physical Therapist of the Year, Ohio Chapter, APTA, 1992
Professional Affiliations:
American Physical Therapy Association and Sections including Orthopaedic, Geriatric, Research, and Health Policy
The Gerontological Society of America
Professional Service:
Vice President, Geriatric Residency Special Interest Group, American Physical Therapy Association.
Community Service:
Presentation University Hospitals of Cleveland, Health Literacy in Rehabilitation
Research Grants:
2015  Civic Innovation Grant: Inter-generational Communication, and Tai Chi Light impact on balance, self-efficacy and pain for low income elders.

2015  Faculty Scholarship Initiative Grant: Cleveland State University, Physical Therapy for Medically Under-served Adults

2014  Engaged Learning Grant: Establish program in CSU Gerontology Certificate Studies will improve the quality of life of area senior citizens by having students teach music technology to the older adult participants.  Cleveland State University

2012 Ohio APTA Grant: Program Evaluation of Physical Therapy Services at the Free Clinic in Cleveland