Kefah Alshebber PT, MS, PhD is currently an Assistant Professor in the Resident_Flex DPT program. She is teaching Clinical Neuroscience (XXX) and Evidence Informed Practice I-III courses (XXX). After completing her entry-level professional Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy at King Saud University, Saudi Arabia (2006), Dr. Kefah completed her post-professional Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy with a concentration in Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Science from the University of Pittsburgh (2012). She then completed a post-professional PhD degree in Philosophy of Rehabilitation Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2018. Dr. Kefah holds a PT license in Saudi Arabia (#07KA0017838). She worked as a full time physical therapist in an outpatient clinic for almost a year in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. She constantly attends continuing education courses and conferences to further her expertise. She has focused more recently on courses related to vestibular disorders. Dr. Kefah has spent the last 6 years at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre (Eye and Ear Institute) balance lab as a graduate research assistant. She is also a teaching and lab assistant for the Falls and Balance Dysfunction: PT Management and Intervention course at the University of Pittsburgh. She also was a teaching assistant in the Fall semester 2016 for the Motor Learning and Control Course at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Kefah has robust scholarship agenda in vestibular disorders contributing to several disseminations through both peer reviewed publications and scientific and professional presentations nationally and internationally. She regularly presented posters at the Combined Sections Meeting and attended early career workshops both nationally and within the University throughout her PhD training. Presently, Dr. Kefah has 2 published papers and eight that are in various stages of publication. She is close to submitting her dissertation paper as first author and has several under review.