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Biography: Christopher Bailey, PhD
- Director, Sports Medicine Concussion Center, University Hospitals
- Director, Neuropsychology, Neurological Institute, University Hospitals
- Director, Adult Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, UH Cleveland Medical Center
- Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
Certifications & Memberships
- Certified Neuropsychologist, American Board of Professional Psychology
Post Doctorate Training | Neuropsychology
Neuropsychology - University Of Virginia Medical Center (2007 - 2009)
Professional Education | Psychology
Psychology - Pennsylvania State University (2007)
Other Education | Psychology
Psychology - Pennsylvania State University (2003)
Ohio University (2001)
Dr. Bailey is a neuropsychologist at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and is a Professor of Neurology at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He also serves as the Director of the Neuropsychology Section of the Neurological Institute, Director of the UH Concussion Management Program, and Director of the Adult Neuropsychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program.
Dr. Bailey completed his graduate training at Penn State University before completing an internship in neuropsychology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and served as the chief fellow in neuropsychology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
At University Hospitals in Cleveland, Dr. Bailey has worked collaboratively with multiple departments and specialties to update, integrate, and standardize concussion management services across the hospital system, including developing a multidisciplinary concussion specialist network to improve concussion identification and management on and off the sports field. Clinically, he has assisted in the neuropsychological management of concussions in all contexts, including work at all sports levels.
His current clinical roles include being the neuropsychological consultant to the Cleveland Browns, the Cleveland Monsters, and assisting in the management of sports concussion at multiple colleges/universities, high schools, and youth sports organizations in northeast Ohio. Dr. Bailey also assists in the clinical management of a wide variety of neurological conditions, including patients considering DBS or epilepsy surgery and patients with memory disorders.
Dr. Bailey is active in several national neuropsychology organizations, including being a board member and fellow of the Sports Neuropsychology Society. He regularly makes invited addresses and is the principal investigator on several research projects focused on brain health, primarily through advancing our understanding of how to facilitate clinical recovery following a concussion, through both improved methodologies in the identification of the injury as well as through a better understanding of the effectiveness of clinical interventions following a concussion.
Research & Publications
Improving Outcomes following Concussion | Developing More Sophisticated but Clinically Relevant Diagnostic Methodology for Concussion | Methods for Improving Brain Health
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As of December 31, 2016, Christopher Bailey did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.