Texas Woman’s University, Master of Occupational Therapy; Texas Woman’s University, Bachelor of Science in Health Studies


Amber Angell, MOT, OTR/L, is an occupational therapist and a PhD candidate in Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, conducting her doctoral research in the lab of Olga Solomon, PhD. Her clinical experience working as an occupational therapist with children with disabilities and their families in Los Angeles has informed her research interests in health disparities, autism, and clinical translational research. Her multi method research project titled Understanding Bilingual Latino Families’ Experiences of Autism Diagnosis and Services combines urban ethnography with social networks analysis to examine the experiences of bilingual Latino families of children with autism related to obtaining an autism diagnosis and services for their children.

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