Dr. Bridget Eubanks is Co-Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor of Health Sciences in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Campbell University in Lillington, NC. She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Human Nutrition, Food, and Exercise with a minor in Spanish from Virginia Tech in 2010. Dr. Eubanks graduated with her DPT degree from Duke University in 2013 and completed a two-year faculty development residency through Duke University’s DPT Program in 2019. She graduated with her PhD in Healthcare Administration and Education from William Carey University in 2023. Dr. Eubanks is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy and continues to practice in the acute rehabilitation setting with clinical expertise in the treatment of adult neurological diagnoses, specifically TBI. Her primary research interests include best practices in clinical education curriculum, DPT student support, and service learning.