Dean of Graduate Studies, Retired, SFSU
Professor Emeritus, UCSF/SFSU Graduate Program in Physical Therapy
Phone: (415) 338-7160
Email: [email protected]
Mailing: 1600 Holloway Ave, Admin 254, San Francisco, CA 94032
- BS, Physical Therapy, University of California, San Francisco, CA, 1966
- Fellowship, Pediatrics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 1973
- MS, Child Development, University of California, Davis, CA, 1994
- PhD, Counseling & Health Psychology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 1989
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Medical Psychology, Oregon Health Sciences University, 1994
- Physical Therapist (PT)
PhD, Counseling and Health Psychology
Dr. Hallum is currently Dean of Graduate Studies at San Francisco State University. She was the first Chair of the SFSU Graduate Program in Physical Therapy in 1990 when it became a jointly offered program with the University of California San Francisco. Prior to teaching in the joint UCSF/SFSU Graduate Program in Physical Therapy, Dr. Hallum was a Sr. Lecturer in the Stanford Medical School teaching functional anatomy, lower extremity pathokinesiology, neuro-pediatrics. Before returning to school, Dr. Hallum worked at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Oakland and at Stanford Children’s. She has done extensive work in Mexico with Hesperian resulting in major contributions to “Disabled Village Children,” a manual for pediatric rehabilitation used internationally in developing countries. She has also worked the Vietnamese Committee of Responsibility and International Rescue Committee with children injured in the war.
CLINICAL & RESEARCH INTERESTS
- Children with disabilities
- Families coping with adult-age children with disabilities
- Hallum, A & Allen, D. (2013) Neuromuscular Diseases. (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Guillain Barre’ Syndrome & Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy). In D.A. Umphred (Ed.) Neurological Rehabilitation. London, Elsevier, 6th Edition.
- Hallum, A (2007). Neuromuscular Diseases. (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Guillain Barre’ Syndrome & Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy). In D.A. Umphred (Ed.) Neurological Rehabilitation. London, Elsevier, 5th Edition.
- Eskew, R, Quiben, M, Hallum, A. (2007): Aging with Dignity with Chronic Impairments. In D.A. Umphred (Ed.) Neurological Rehabilitation. London, Elsevier, 5th Edition.
HONORS AND AWARDS
- Lucielle Danielles’ Excellence in Contribution to Physical Therapy Education, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1984
- Excellence in Teaching, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1983