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Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Houston, Texas

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Angelle M. Sander, Ph.D.

Photo Angelle M. Sander, Ph.D.Assistant Professor

Graduate School: Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas; Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 1995
Internship: Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Glen Oaks, New York
Fellowship: Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia

Certification/Licensure: Licensed Psychologist, Texas

Sub-Specialty: Clinical Neuropsychology

Research Interests: Brain Injury, Stroke, Neuropsychology, Rehabilitation Outcomes

Significant Professional Activities:
  • Rehabilitation Psychology, Ad Hoc Reviewer
  • Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Issue Editor
  • Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Ad Hoc Reviewer
  • Brain Injury, Ad Hoc Reviewer
  • Neurorehabilitation, Ad Hoc Reviewer
  • American Psychological Association, Committee on Inter-Organizational Relations
  • American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Clinical Practice Committee
  • Brain Injury Association of Texas, Research Liaison
Selected Publications:

Atchison T, Contant C, Roebuck T, Sander A, Struchen M, Novack T, Schraa J, Sherer M, High W. Relationship between neuropsychological performance and productivity at 1 year post-TBI: accounting for injury severity and demographic variables. J of the Intl Neuropsychological Society, 8(2):218, 2002. Abstract.

High W, Roebuck T, Sander A, Struchen M, et al. Acute versus chronic admission to post-acute rehabilitation: impact on functional outcome. J of the Intl Neuropsychological Soc, 8(2):289, 2002. Abstract.

Kothari S, Sander AM, Contant C, High WM Jr et al. The relation between level of disability and satisfaction with life in individuals with traumatic brain injury. . Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 82(10):1490, 2001. Abstract.

Roebuck T, Atchison T, Sander A, Struchen M, High W. Ability of neuropsychological tests to predict productivity: risk and protective factors. J of the Intl Neuropsychological Soc, 8(2):169, 2002. Abstract.

Sander AM, High W, Sherer M et al. Preinjury family environment of persons with traumatic brain injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 82(10):1490, 2001. Abstract.

Sander AM, Roebuck TM, Struchen MA, Sherer M, High WM Jr. Long-term maintenance of gains obtained in postacute rehabilitation by persons with traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 16(4):356-373, 2001.

Sander AM, Atchison T, High W et al. Relationship between family functioning and outcome following TBI. J of the Intl Neuropsychological Soc, 8(2):169, 2002. Abstract.

Sherer M, Sander AM, Johnstone B, et al. Neurologic and non-neurologic factors in outcome after traumatic brain injury. Rehabil Psychology, 46(3):324, 2001. Abstract.

Sherer M, Sander AM, Nick TG, High WM Jr, et al. Early cognitive status and productivity outcome after traumatic brain injury: findings from the TBI model systems. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 83(2):183-192, 2002.

Struchen MA, Atchison TB, Roebuck TM, Caroselli JS, Sander AM. A multidimensional measure of caregiving appraisal: validation of the caregiver appraisal scale in traumatic brain injury. J of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17(2):132-154, 2002.

Boake C, High WM, Sander AM, Kreutzer JS, Macciocchi SN, Stringer AY, Hammond FM, Rosenthal M, Bogner JA. Effect of blood alcohol level on neuropsychological outcome from brain injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 7:192, 2001. Abstract.

High WM, Wefell JS, Sander AM, Boake C, Robinson K, Contant C, Hannay HJ. Outcome scale and the disability rating scale as a measure of outcome after TBI. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 7:175, 2001. Abstract.

Sander AM, Caroselli J, High WM, Becker C, Neese L, Scheibel R. Relationship between family functioning and patients' progress in postacute TBI rehabilitation. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 6:240, 2000. Abstract.

Sander AM, High WM, Wefel JS, Contant C. Dimensions of family response to traumatic brain injury: relationship to patient outcome. Archives of Physical Medicine Rehabilitation 81(12):1621, 2000. Abstract.

Sander AM, Wefel JS, High WM, Contant C. Impact of family functioning on community integration after TBI. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 7(2):178, 2001. Abstract.

Sherer M, Sander AM, High WM, Nick TG, Malec JF, Rosenthal M. Prediction of employment outcome after TBI from early neuropsychological status. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 7(2):23, 2001. Abstract.

Kreutzer JS, Marwitz JH, Walker W, Sander AM, et al. Return to work and job stability after brain injury: a TBI model system multicenter analysis. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 18(2):128-138, 2003.

Livingston L, Kennedy R, Marwitz J, Sander AM. A multicenter, prospective investigation of inpatients with complicated mild traumatic brain injury. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci, 16(2):239-240, 2004.

Sherer M, Nick TG, Sander AM, Hart T, Hanks R, Rosenthal M, High Jr WM, Yablon SA. Race and productivity outcome after traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 18:408-424, 2003.

Contact Information


Angelle Marie Sander, Ph.D.
The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research
1333 Moursund Avenue, BIRC
Houston, TX 77030
Phone: 713-383-5644
Fax: 713-383-5695
sandea@tirr.tmc.edu

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