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Autumne Hollingsworth, DPT, is the primary faculty for Neuromuscular I, II, and III. She also contributes to Essential Skills and Therapeutic Modalities as a lab assistant. Autumne engages students in the learning process by promoting a space of intellectual vulnerability, where discomfort is expected and salience is promoted.

Before coming to CMU, Hollingsworth was the residency coordinator for the Baylor Scott & White - University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Neurological Residency.

With a background in residency education and clinical practice, Hollingsworth emphasizes learning with neuroplasticity and believes that is the core of what drives the brain to change. For students, she works to implement salience and repetition in the classroom. Outside of the classroom intensity and time are encouraged to continue learning independently.

When not at CMU she can be found outside with her kids and husband hiking and hunting down lizards and frogs.

Autumne Hollingsworth's Curriculum Vitae