The expert faculty members in the Master of Prosthetics-Orthotics Program have gained recognition for excellence as clinicians, teachers, researchers, and leaders in the profession. Their knowledge, expertise, and dynamic teaching create a rich environment for learning and professional growth.

Leslie Gray, M.Ed., CPO, LPO
Assistant Professor and Interim Director
Education: B.S., UT Southwestern Medical Center, 2002; M.Ed., University of Texas at Brownsville, 2007
Interests: Lower extremity prosthetic management, gait, emerging technologies, and classroom and clinical instruction

Fan Gao, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Education: B.E., Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1996; M.S., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 2004, 2005
Interests: Assessment and treatment of movement disorders and disability due to stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, and limb loss

Tiffany Graham, CPO, LPO, M.S.P.O.
Education: B.S., Engineering Science Trinity University, 2005; M.S., Prosthetics & Orthotics Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007
Interests: General pediatric orthotic care, cranial remolding treatment for plagoicephaly and post-operative craniosynostosis, treatment of idiopathic scoliosis

Miguel N. Mojica, CPO, LPO
Assistant Professor
Education: B.S., C.P.O., UT Southwestern Medical Center, 1987
Interests: Lower extremity orthotic management for neuromuscular and neurological disorders, and orthoses for the upper extremity

Kirsten Tulchin-Francis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Education: B.S., Trinity College, 1998; M.S., Marquette University, 2001; Ph.D., Texas Women’s University, 2012
Interests: Biomechanical and functional evaluation of patients with hip pathology, idiopathic scoliosis and lower limb deficiency, foot and ankle biomechanics, and community ambulation using wearable sensors

David G. Wilson, M.P.O., CPO, LPO
Education: B.S., The College of William and Mary, 2010; M.P.O., UT Southwestern Medical Center, 2011
Interests: Lower extremity orthotic management of neurological disorders, high activity and performance prosthetic management