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Slomine, Beth S., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Clinical Neuropsychologist

Main Office Address

Kennedy Krieger Institute
Department of Neuropsychology

707 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205

Phone: 443-923-2725
Fax: 443-923-9105

E-mail: Slomine@kennedykrieger.org

 
Education

1989

B.S.

University of Delaware

1992

M.S.

University of Florida

1995

Ph.D.

University of Florida

1994-1995

Clinical Psychology Internship

Brockton/West Roxbury VA Medical Center

1995-1996

Clinical Geropsychology and Neuropsychology Fellowship

Philadelphia Geriatric Center


Professional Interests

Clinical interests include neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology throughout the lifespan with special interest in assessment and treatment of children following brain injuries.  Research interests include neuropsychological and psychiatric outcome following traumatic brain injury.  Current research projects involve the study of psychosocial and neurological factors impacting outcome following traumatic brain injury. 


Selected Publications

Slomine, B.S., Bowers, D., & Heilman, K.M. (1999). Dissociation between autonomic responding and verbal report in right and left hemisphere brain damage during anticipatory anxiety. Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology, 12, 143-148. 

Grados M.A., Slomine B.S., Gerring J.P., Vasa R., Bryan R.N., Denckla M.B. (2001).  A depth of lesion model in children and adolescents with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury: Use of SPGR MRI to predict severity and outcome. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 70, 350-358. 

Gerring JP, Slomine BS, Vasa R, Grados M, Chen A, Rising W, Christensen, J, Denckla M., Ernst, M.  (2002).  Development of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder after severe closed head injury in children and adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry , 41(2): 157-165. 

Slomine B, Gerring J, Grados M, Vasa R, Brady K, Christensen J, Denckla MB.  (2002).  Performance on Measures of ôExecutive Functionö following pediatric traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 16(9), 759-772.  

Vasa R, Gerring J, Grados M, Slomine B, Christensen J.R., Rising, W., Denckla M.B., Riddle M.A. (2002).  Anxiety following severe pediatric traumatic brain injury. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 41(2), 148-156.

 

 
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