Corey W. McGee, PhD, MS, OTR/L, CHT

Associate Professor, Program in Occupational Therapy
Corey Mcgee


Office Phone
Office Address

R505 Children's Rehabilitation Center
Minneapolis, MN 55455
United States


Associate Professor, Program in Occupational Therapy
Faculty, Rehabilitation Science


PhD, University of Minnesota (Rehabilitation Science)

MS, University of Minnesota (Occupational Therapy)

BA, University of Northern Iowa (Biology/Psychology)

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Research Summary/Interests

Dr. McGee is a musculoskeletal rehabilitation translational scientist whose clinically-relevant research objective is to improve the health and participation of persons with upper limb musculoskeletal disorders. In addition, as an educator of entry-level and post-professional occupational therapy learners, Dr. McGee’s scholarship of teaching and learning objective is to test the impact of didactic training on learner self-efficacy. His active and past research fall in the following domains:

  • Characterizing and validating factors that predict responsiveness to a restorative intervention for persons with hand osteoarthritis
  • Developing and validating procedures for assessing hand strength, thumb mobility, and thumb CMC OA related disability
  • Studying rehabilitation intervention effectiveness for persons with forearm fragility 
  • fracturesAdvancing measurement of the upper limb strength and force requirements during select daily activities
  • Studying entry-level student acute care ‘knowledge and skills’ self-efficacy


List of Published Work in NCBI MyBibliography and ORCID.

More information on Dr. McGee's scholarship can be found at


  • OT 7141 Body Structure & Function I
  • OT 7343 Body Structure & Function III
  • OT 7176 Level I Fieldwork: Adults  
  • OT 7422 OT Process: Adults II  
  • OT 7541 Assistive Technology & Orthotics in OT Practice
  • RSC 5106: Introduction to Rehabilitation Science
  • RSC 8206: Grant Writing

Practice Areas

Inpatient and Outpatient Adult Physical Disabilities; Hand Rehabilitation; Burn Rehabilitation; Primary Care