2019 Presentations

Consistently Inconsistent: Executive Dysfunction in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury

Craniosacral Therapy and Brain Injury: A Pathway to Healing

Impact of End Stage Renal Disease on Outcomes of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury at Rehabilitation Discharge

The NIDILRR-sponsored TBI Model System Program

Epilepsy After Brain Injury

Prism Adaptation Treatment for Improving Functional Vision and Functional Movements in Patients with Spatial Neglect

Persuasion: A Cornerstone of Effective Advocacy

2018 Presentations

Agitation After Traumatic Brain Injury: Current Concepts of Pathophysiology, Assessment and Treatment

Under-Identification of Students with Long Term Disability from Moderate to Severe TBI in Schools

Research Panel: Paroxysmal Sympathetic Hyperactivity and Clinical Considerations in Rehabilitation InpatientsExamining the Role of Menstrual Irregularity on Physical and Emotional Functioning in the Moderate-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Population; Traumatic Cerebrovascular Injury: An Endophenotype of TBI; Functional Changes in Activity Limitations Across the First Year of Recovery Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Interpretation and Discussion of Protracted Concussion Symptoms in Pediatric Populations: The Role of Neuropsychology and Psychoeducation in Clinical Care

Complex Issues in Return to Work After Brain Injury

Visual Vestibular Integration Dysfunction
Visual Vestibular Integration Dysfunction

Voice Activated Assistive Technology

2017 Presentations

Keynote Address: Health and Neurodegeneration: A Continuum of Aging
Presented by Kristen Dams-O’Connor, PhD

Home and Community Based Treatments
Presented by Ann Marie McLaughlin, PhD and Steven Holefelder, OTR/L

Behaviors: Challenging for the Patient, Challenging for the Team
Presented by Jay Gordon, PhD and Kristen Schreier MA CCC-SLP, CBIST

Autonomic Dysfunction After Traumatic Brain Injury
Presented by Brian Greenwald, MD

Smartphone-Based Research for Individuals with Brain Injury
Presented by Stephen Hampton, MD

Brain Injury in the Corrections System: Implications of Misdiagnosis or Underdiagnosis
Presented by Drew Nagele, PsyD, CBIST

Relationships and Sexuality after Brain Injury
Presented by Ann Marie McLaughlin, PhD

Traumatic Brain Injury: Re-integrating Vision, Hearing, Speech and Balance
Presented by S. Moshe Roth, OD, FCOVD

Substance Abuse After Brain Injury: A Toxic Mix
Presented by Scott Peters, MS, OTR/L

The Process for Becoming Eligible for Medicaid
Presented by Tom Grady, MPA, DTM

Managed Long Term Services and Supports (MLTSS)
Presented by Horizon NJ Health

Maximizing Communication: Strategies, Techniques and Technology
Presented by Pamela Tamulevicius, MSR, CCC-SLP

Traumatic Brain Injury Patients and Deep Vein Thrombosis
Presented by David Glazer, MD

Length of Stay and Functional Outcomes in the ABI Population- 10 Year Retrospective Study
Presented by Kristina Lagzdnis, PT, DPT, CSRS, CBIS

Working Around the System: The Experience of Professionals Working in Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Presented by Gillian Murray, DSW, LSW, CBIS

2016 Presentations

Keith D. Cicerone, PhD – Cognitive Rehabilitation

Kelly Kollias, PsyD and Alison Tverdov, PsyD – Concussion Treatment in Children and Adolescents: Fact and Fiction

Brian D. Greenwald, MD – Medical Complexity & Complications of Patients with Traumatically Induced Disorders of Consciousness

Diana S. Glendinning, PhD; Mei T. Lie, PharmD, BCPP; Anthony Michael Tobia, MD – Neurobioloty, Diagnosis & Treatment of PTSD & TBI in Veterans

Marissa Emple, MA, LCAT, MT-BC – The Creative Use of Music Therapy for the Pediatric Long-Term Brain Injury Patient

Thomas F. Grady, MPA, ACG, ALB – Leveraging the Government for the Benefit of People with Brain Injury

Neera Kapoor, OD, MS, FAAO, FCOVD-A – Vision Deficits Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Julie Ferris, MD; Anthony H. Lequerica, PhD; Irene Ward, PT, DPT, NCS – Clinical Research Collaborations; Sleep Disturbance After Brain Injury; Rates of Successful Decannulation During Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation of Patients with Acquired Brain Injury

2015 Presentations

“Balancing Compensation and Remediation – Learning in a classroom after brain injury” – Sarah Levin Allen, Ph.D., CBIS

“Current Concepts in the Office Treatment of the Concussed Athlete” – R. Robert Franks, D.O., FAOASM

“Denied Benefits? Step-By-Step Empowerment Through the Appeals Process” – Tom Grady, MPA, ACS, ALB

“Driving After Brain Injury” – Beth Rolland, OTR, CDRS

“Intimacy, Sexuality and Reproductive Health after TBI” – Yelena Goldin, Ph.D.

“Measuring Outcomes in TBI” – Kyle Haggerty, Ph.D., Karen Lindgren, Ph.D.

“Mobile and Everyday Technologies for People with Traumatic Brain Injuries” – Kristen Russell, OTR, ATP

“Presence of Dedicated Trauma Center Physiatrist Improves Functional Outcomes Following Traumatic Brain Injury” – Christine Greiss, D.O.

“Transitioning to a College Environment”- Doreen Bridgman MS, CCC, SLP

“Understanding the Level of Concussion: Knowledge in High School Sports in New Jersey” – Emerald Lin, MD

“Visual Rehabilitation: Promoting Sight, Self-Care, Safety & Success” – Linda Clemente, OTR/L, Patricia Higgins MS, OTR/L, Nidhi Shah PT, DPT