Faculty

Core Pediatric Neuropsychology Faculty:

Rachel Burmeister Tangen, Ph.D., ABPP, Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology Fellowship Director and Supervising Neuropsychologist
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Clinical and Academic Interests include: assessment and evaluation of attention and executive function deficits; neuropsychological outcomes in children with epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, spina bifida and hydrocephalus, genetic syndromes, and hearing loss and cochlear implantation.

H. Gerry Taylor, Ph.D., ABPP, Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology
Research Director and Supervising Neuropsychologist
Professor of Pediatrics

Clinical and Academic Interests include: assessment and treatment of traumatic brain injury in children, developmental outcomes of preterm birth, neuropsychological correlates of manic symptoms and bipolar disorder in children, genetics of speech sound disorders, effects of HIV in pregnancy on child development, neuropsychological effects of surgery for sleep disordered breathing.

Christine Barry, Ph.D.
Supervising Neuropsychologist
Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Clinical and Academic Interests include: Neuropsychological assessment and treatment for children/adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, assessment of traumatic brain injury/concussion, effects of brain tumor, birth complications, genetic syndromes, complicated learning disabilities, as well as the effects of other neurobiological and medical conditions in children.

Susan Bowen, Ph.D.
Supervising Neuropsychologist
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Clinical and Academic Interests include: Neuropsychological outcomes in children with neurological and medical conditions including epilepsy, sickle cell disease, sleep disorders, congenital heart disease and other cardiac conditions.

Erin M. Lungren, Psy.D.
Supervising Neuropsychologist
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Clinical and Academic Interests include: Neuropsychological outcomes in children and adolescents with neurological and medical conditions including epilepsy, head injury/concussion, prematurity/low birth weight. Other interests include the neuropsychological functioning of children and adolescents with speech apraxia and high functioning autism spectrum disorder.

Child/Pediatric Psychology Faculty:

Howard Hall, Ph.D.
Rebecca Hazen, Ph.D.
Carolyn Ievers-Landis, Ph.D.
Kimberly Burkhart, Ph.D.
Sarah Cain Spannagel, Ph.D.

Developmental/Behavioral Pediatric Faculty:

Nancy Roizen, M.D. – Chief of the Division of Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics & Psychology
Denise Bothe, M.D.
Marie Clark, M.D.
Elizabeth Diekroger, M.D.
Jane Holan, M.D.
Shanna Kralovic, D.O.

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