Electroneuromyographer (March 2018- Present)
Board Certified Electroneuromyographer (July 2020 – Present)
Doctor of Physical Therapy (February 2017-February 2018)
Provided outpatient physical therapy evaluation and treatment services for patients across the lifespan. Founded pediatric physical therapy treatment services at the clinic. Participated in strategic planning and marketing.
Content Marketing Writer (May 2016-June 2018)
Wrote articles for thought leaders in business and online marketing. Articles featured in a variety of publications, including Entrepeneur, Forbes, Search Engine Land, Marketing Land, Search Engine Journal, and many others. Content routinely received hundreds-to-thousands of social shares and was selected by publishers as “Top Content” for special promotion opportunities.
Laboratory Preparator and Field Paleontology Assistant (November 2008-December 2014)
Performed paleontology field work and laboratory preparation of fossils, specializing in micropreparation techniques. Contributed to the discovery of over 7 new prehistoric species. Co-author of multiple presentations and publications regarding prehistoric microfauna.
American Physical Therapy Association
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
Alabama – PTH8635 (2017-Present)
Georgia – PT013338 (2018-Present)
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT
Brigham Young University
Andrus, A. PROBABLE SEMI-FOSSORIAL BEHAVIOR IN A NEW DREPANOSAUR: RESULTS OF A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO BEHAVIORAL TYPING, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2016
Stewart, A., Andrus, A., Comley, T., Murray, C., Stoneman, P., & Chung-Hoon, K. (2016). Early service learning opportunities for physical therapy students with older adults: A unique partnership with community-based falls prevention programs. Platform Presentation, Geriatric Section, Combined Section Meeting 2016, American Physical Therapy Association, Anaheim, CA
Chure, D. J., Andrus, A. S., Britt, B. B., Engelmann, G. F., Pritchard, A. C., Scheetz, R., Chambers, M. MICRO CT IMAGERY REVEALS A UNIQUE MANUS MORPHOLOGY WITH DIGGING/SCRATCHING ADAPTATIONS IN THE SAINTS AND SINNERS QUARRY (SSQ) DREPANOSAUR, NUGGET SANDSTONE (LATE TRIASSIC), NORTHEASTERN UT Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2015 p. 107
Chure, D., Britt, B., Engelmann, G., Andrus, A., Scheetz, R. DREPANOSAURS IN THE DESERT: MULTIPLE SKELETONS OF A NEW DREPANOSAURID FROM THE EOLIAN NUGGET SANDSTONE (?LATE TRIASSIC – EARLY JURASSIC), SAINTS AND SINNERS QUARRY, UTAH: MORPHOLOGY, RELATIONSHIPS, AND BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2013 p. 106
Engelmann, G., Britt, B., Chure, D., Andrus, A., Scheetz, R. MICROVERTEBRATES FROM THE SAINTS AND SINNERS QUARRY (NUGGET SANDSTONE: ?LATE TRIASSIC–EARLY JURASSIC): A REMARKABLE WINDOW ONTO THE DIVERSITY AND PALEOECOLOGY OF SMALL VERTEBRATES IN AN ANCIENT EOLIAN ENVIRONMENT Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2013 p. 122
Engelmann, George F., Daniel J. Chure, Brooks B. Britt, and Austin Andrus. “The biostratigraphic and paleoecological significance of a new drepanosaur from the Triassic-? Jurassic Nugget Sandstone of northeastern Utah.” In 2012 GSA Annual Meeting in Charlotte. 2012
February and June 2017
August 2014-February 2015
Instructed older adults in exercises to increase balance and mobility and decrease risk of falling. Educated on proper use of assistive devices, and what to do if a fall should occur.
January 2012-May 2013
Provided educational dance “informances” to schools throughout Utach, Nevada, and Taiwan. Taught elementary school children of all ages curriculum through dance. Presented educational methods at Dance and the Child International (DACI) conference in 2012.
Served two-year religious mission in Northern Japan, including early restoration and rebuilding efforts following a major natural disaster in 2012. Participate in local church-organized disaster relief efforts.
English (Primary Language)
We are an EMG and NCS testing company. Electromyography, or EMG, is paired with nerve conduction studies, NCS, to evaluate the integrity of the peripheral nervous system and how it interacts with the muscles. We provide in-house services on a referral basis.