- Ph.D. in Biological Sciences - Integrative Physiology (Cognates: neurobiology, statistics), University of Nevada, Las Vegas - 2012
- DPT, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska – 1997
- B.S. in Exercise Science (Minor: Scandinavian Studies), Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah – 1993
- DPT 746 Neuroanatomy
- DPT 756 Neurophysiology
- DPT 791 Applied Research Statistics
- DPT 798 Directed Research
Dr. Landers primary research interests are in Parkinson’s disease, balance and fall assessment, neuroplasticity and neuroprotection, abnormal illness behavior, fear-avoidance behavior, and the cervical spine.