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Mark S. Hopkins, PT, MBA

Academic Title:

Instructor (Adjunct Faculty I)

Primary Appointment:

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Education and Training

EDUCATION

1990 Bachelor of Science with Certificate of Proficiency in Physical Therapy.  University of Delaware; Newark, Delaware.

1992 Certificate in Prosthetics. Northwestern University Medical School, Prosthetics and Orthotics Center. Chicago, Illinois.

2004 Masters of Business Administration; Health Care Services.  The Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Maryland.

 

POST GRADUATE EDUCATION AND TRAINING

1993 - 1994 Residency in Prosthetics. Dankmeyer, Inc. Baltimore, Maryland.

1999 - 2001 Residency in Orthotics. Dankmeyer, Inc. Baltimore, Maryland.

 

CERTIFICATIONS

1995 Certified Prosthetist; American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics.

2001 Certified Prosthetist Orthotist; American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics.

 

LICENSURE

Active Licensed Physical Therapist; State of Maryland.

Research/Clinical Keywords

Physical Therapy, Prosthetics, Orthotics

Highlighted Publications

PUBLICATIONS

1. Key Words in Physical Rehabilitation: A Guide to Contemporary Usage.  Cammack S, Eisenberg MG, Editors. Springer Publishing Company, Inc.  536 Broadway New York, NY 10012.1995.

2. Achieving Functional Ambulation in a Patient with Chopart Amputation.  Am J phys Med Rehabil2008 Jun; 87(6):510-513.

 

Research Interests

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

1. Clinical Consultant. Limb Loss Research and Statistics Study. Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health and Hygiene. Principle Investigator: Ellen McKenzie PhD. 1998.

2. Clinical Consultant. Post-Amputation Pain Study. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Principle Investigator: Srinivasan Raja M.D. 1998.

3. Clinical Consultant. Motion Analysis Study. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Principle Investigator: Barbara deLateur MD. 2002.

4. Clinical Consultant. Revolutionizing Prosthetics DARPA, APL, JHU Biomedical Engineering programs. Principle Investigator: Nitish Thakor PhD. 2009.

5. Clinical Consultant. Infinite Biomedical Technologies. Development of a prototype trans-radial prosthesis using multi-site EMG and pattern recognition for simultaneous multi-articulate wrist and hand function. 2009 - present.

Clinical Specialty Details

INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

July 1997 Dankmeyer, Inc. Centro para Rehabilitation Integral de Minusvalidos del Aparato Locomotor. Quereatos, Mexico.

August 1999 Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center. Moshi, Tanzania.

April 2002 Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Military Hospital Amputee Clinic. Quito, Ecuador.

January 2005 Johns Hopkins University, Department of PhYSical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Bugando Medical Center. Mwanza, Tanzania.

December 2005  Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Pakistan Institute of Medical Science. Postearthquake rehabilitation needs assessment.

April 2009 St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Amputee Rehabilitation Clinic.

Professional Activity

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

1992 - Present American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists.  1995 Amputee Association of Maryland Board of Directors.  Treasurer.

1999 - Present  American Physical Therapy Assocation  

1999 - Present  International Society of Orthotists and Prosthetists

1999 - Present  Amputee Coalition of America

1999 - Present  Association of Children's Orthotic and Prosthetic Clinics 

Teaching Activities

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE:

Institutional Services

1992- 2000 The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Limb Prosthesis Clinic. Carl Johnson M.D., Multi-disciplinary patent clinical assessment.

2000 - Present   The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Multi-disciplinary Orthotics and Prosthetics Clinics; Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Barbara deLateur MD Clinic Chief. Multi-disciplinary patent clinical assessment.

2000 - Present    The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Multi-disciplinary Orthotics and Prosthetics Clinic; The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Marlis Gonzalez-Fernandez MD. Clinic Chief.  Multi-disciplinary patent clinical assessment.

2007 - Present    The Johns Hopkins University, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, MultiDisciplinary Limb Differences Clinic; Dr. Catherine Sargent MD Clinic Chief.  Multi-disciplinary patent clinical assessment.

Local and National Services

1995 - present       Treasurer, Amputee Association of Maryland.

1999,2000             Freedom to Move, Amputee Fitness Clinics, Organizing Committee.

1998-2001             American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists, Pennsylvania/Maryland/DC/Virginia Chapters, Vice President.

Teaching Service

May 1992    The Johns Hopkins Hospital.  Department of PhYSical Medicine and Rehabilitation  Amputee Care Seminar. One hour.

October 1993   The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Diabetic Foot Care Seminar.  One hour.

1993 - Present  University of Delaware. Physical Therapy Program. Lecturer. Orthotics and Prosthetics Lectures. 15 hours per year.

October 1997   Carroll County Community College. Physical Therapist Assistant Program.  Lecturer. Amputee Rehabilitation and Lower Extremity Prostheses. Three hours.

1999 - Present   Johns Hopkins University. Department of Orthopedic Surgery. Resident Review Lecture. Lower Extremity Prostheses. 3 hours per year.

January 2000    University of Maryland. Department of Orthopedic Surgery. Resident Review Lecture. Lower Extremity Prostheses. 4 hours.

2001 - Present   University of Maryland at Baltimore. Department of Physical Therapy. Adjunct Faculty. Orthotics and Prosthetics Lectures. 40 - 50 hours per year.

October 2002    From Amputation to Ambulation: Rehabilitation of the Lower Extremity Amputee. Lecturer. Blue Heron Seminars, LLC. 8 hours.

2003 - Present    Sinai Hospital. PM&R Residents Lecture Series. Orthotics and Prosthetics. 6 hours per year.

2004 - Present    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. PM&R Residents Program Lecture Series. Orthoses for the Upper and Lower Limb. 20 hours per year.

September 2004    The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Rehabilitation of the Lower Limb Amputee: Prosthetist Perspective. 6 hours.

2005, 2006    From Amputation to Ambulation. Continuing education Seminar; Dankmeyer, Inc .. 8 hours.

2007 - Present   Howard University Physical Therapy Program. Guest lecturer. Amputee Rehabilitation and Prosthetics. 24 hours.

February 2008    From Amputation to Ambulation: Part 2. Continuing education seminar, Dankmeyer, Inc. 8 hours.

March 2008    American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, Specialty Day. Advances in Prosthetics. One hour.

March 2008    Johns Hopkins University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds; Advances in Prosthetics. One hour.

March 2008    The American Physical Therapy Association of Maryland continuing education seminar; Advances in Lower Limb Orthoses and Prostheses. Four hours.

February 2009    Anne Arundel Community College; Continuing Education Seminar for Partner Physical Therapist Clinical Educators.  Advances in Lower Limb Prostheses and Orthoses. Six hours.