Greg Cox

Greg Cox


Assistant Teaching Professor


  • ScD, Texas Tech University, Physical Therapy (2018)
  • DPT, University of Missouri (2012)
  • BA, University of Missouri, Pre-Physical Therapy (2010)

Curriculum Vita

Courses taught 

  • Introduction to Rehabilitation Science
  • Health Care in the United States
  • Clinical Ethics
  • Health Policy for Physical Therapy – Course Coordinator
  • Case Management: Acute and Chronic Medical/Surgical Conditions – Lab Assistant and PBL Tutor

Additional certifications

Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist – Spine

Membership in professional organizations

  • American Physical Therapy Association
  • Academy of Physical Therapy Education

Research interests

  • Undergraduate preparation for rehabilitation science students
  • Student engagement
  • Leadership development

Awards and honors

  • Provost Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching Award, University of Missouri, 2023
  • Role Model Award, University of Missouri Health Care, 2018 


Dr. Greg Cox is an Assistant Teaching Professor within the Department of Health Sciences and Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Missouri.  He graduated in 2012 with his DPT from the University of Missouri and graduated with his ScD in physical therapy from Texas Tech University in 2018.  Previous clinical experiences include outpatient orthopedic setting, outpatient neurology setting, skilled nursing facility, and acute care rehab.  Current teaching responsibilities include introduction to rehabilitation science, health care in the United States, clinical ethics, health policy for physical therapy, and problem-based learning and lab coursework on medical/surgical conditions.  Research interests include undergraduate preparation for rehabilitation science students, student engagement, and leadership development.

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