Laurie King, Ph.D., PT, M.C.R.

  • Professor of Neurology, School of Medicine
  • Balance Disorders Laboratory


Associate Professor
Department of Neurology

Dr. Laurie King studies the clinical implementation of emerging practices and technology for improving assessment and rehabilitation in patients with neurologic disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and traumatic brain injury. She is dedicated to the translation of scientific findings to both the community and to clinicians who treat patients with neurologic disorders and frequently teaches courses and provides lectures to both patient groups and health care providers who treat patients with mobility deficits.

Grants (Current)

NIH R01: Mobility in Daily Life and Falls in Parkinson Disease: Potential for Rehabilitation (2020-2025)
US Army Department of Defense SBIR (W81XWH1C0125): Ruggedized Inertial Measurement Unit System to Assess Movement Dysfunction in Austere Environments (2019-2020)
US Army Department of Defense (W81XWH-18-2-0049): Objective dual-task turning measures for return-to-duty assessment (2018-2022)
US Army Department of Defense (W81XWH-17-1-0424): Sensory Integration Balance Deficits in Complex mTBI: Can Early Initiation of Rehabilitation with Wearable Sensor Technology Improve Outcomes? (2017-2021)
US Army Department of Defense (W81XWH-15-1-0620): Assessment and Rehabilitation of Central Sensory Impairments for Balance in mTBI (2015-2020)

PubMed Listing


  • B.S., 1990, University of Oregon
  • M.S., 1992, Mayo Clinic
  • Ph.D., 2001, Medical College of Virginia



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