School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences

Jamie Holloway

Jamie Holloway, PT, DPT, PhD

Assistant Professor, School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences

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  • pHd, Physical Therapy, University of Alabama*, 2017
  • PhD, Rehabilitation Science, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2017
  • DPT, Physical Therapy, Duke University, 2005
  • DPT, Physical Therapy, Duke University, 2005
  • BS, Exercise Science, Florida State University, 2001
  • BS, Psychology, Florida State University, 2001

Research Interests

  • Dr. Holloway's research aims to improve function and participation in children with developmental disabilities. She is interested in learning more about the motor characteristics of children with autism spectrum disorder as well as understanding how motor difficulties relate to social function and participation for children with Autism. Dr. Holloway is also interested in research to explore benefits of contemporary service delivery models for children birth to three under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.


  • Division for Early Childhood (Member, 2018 - Present)
  • International Society for Autism Research (Member, 2015 - Present)
  • Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy, Early Intervention Special Interest Group (Member, 2012 - Present)
  • Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy (Member, 2004 - Present)
  • American Physical Therapy Association (Member, 2002 - Present)
  • APTA Section on Research (Member, 2014 - 2017)

Recent Publications

  • Holloway JM, Long TM, Biasini F. Relationships Between Gross Motor Skills and Social Function in Young Boys With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Pediatric physical therapy : the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association. 30(3) : 184-190, 2018.
  • Holloway JM, Long T, Biasini F. Concurrent Validity of Two Standardized Measures of Gross Motor Function in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics. : 1-11, 2018.


  • Abstract Special Recognition Award (American Physical Therapy Association NEXT Conference - 2018)
  • Poster Award (UAB Center for Disability Health and Rehabilitation Science Symposium - 2017)
  • Promotion of Doctoral Studies Level II Scholarship Award (Foundation for Physical Therapy - 2016)
  • Poster Award (UAB Civitan International/Simpson-Ramsey Neurodevelopment Symposium - 2016)