Ann Wilborn Jackson

Clinical Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Sciences

Office Phone



, 560B

Office Hours

By appointment


Dr. Jackson is a physical therapist who believes all people are social scientist at heart. Over her career, she has been interested in community based neurological rehabilitation across the lifespan, the impact of scarcity of social determinants of health and their impact on the presence and progress of chronic health conditions. During the past decade, Dr. Jackson has turned her attentions to issues related applied clinical medical ethics, and the reduction of harm to patients navigating a cancer diagnosis.


B.S. Physical Therapy, Georgia State University
M. P.H., University of South Carolina @ Columbia
DPT, Rosalind Franklin University
Post Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Medical Ethics, MacLean Center of University of Chicago