- Associate Professor and Director, Division of Clinical Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology
Physical Medicine & Rehab
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX US
- Director & Senior Scientist, Brain Injury Research Center
TIRR Memorial Hermann
Houston, Texas United States
Harris Health System
Houston, Texas United States
- Advanced Training from Medical College Of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University
- 01/1995 - Richmond, VA United States
- Ph.D. from University Of Houston, University Park
- 01/1995 - Houston, TX United States
- M.S. from Emporia State University
- 01/1989 - Emporia, KS United States
- B.A. from Loyola University Of New Orleans
- 01/1987 - New Orleans, LA United States
- Licensed Psychologist
- #3-0581 (07/01/2014 - 07/31/2015)
- Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Honors & Awards
- American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (08/2014)
- Research Excellence Award
- Baylor College of Medicine Dept. of PM&R (06/2014)
- Deborah L. Wilkerson Early Career Award
- American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (10/2007)
- Marcus J. Fuhrer Research Achievement Award
- Baylor College of Medicine/University of Texas Houston Alliance of PM&R (06/2007)
- Young Faculty Achievement Award
- Baylor College of Medicine/University of Texas Houston Alliance of PM&R (06/2002)
- Mary E. Switzer Rehabilitation Research Merit Fellow
- National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (09/1997 - 08/1998)
- Editorial Board Member
- Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation (01/2008 - 12/2022)
- William Fields Caveness Award
- Brain Injury Association of America (10/2018)
- Mitchell Rosenthal Memorial Lecture
- Williamsburg Brain Injury Conference (05/2018)
- Chair Elect, Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group
- American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (10/2020 - 09/2022)
Changes in Memory After TBI consists of a suite of resources to help individuals with traumatic brain injury understand changes in memory after TBI and offers strategies that can help people who experience this function more effectively.
- Sander AM, Maestas KL, Pappadis MR, Sherer M, Hammond FM, Hanks R "Sexual functioning 1 year after traumatic brain injury: findings from a prospective traumatic brain injury model systems collaborative study.." Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012 August ; 93 (8): 1331-7. Pubmed PMID: 22840831
- Sander AM, Maestas KL, Pappadis MR, Hammond FM, Hanks RA, NIDILRR Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Module on Sexuality After TBI "A multicenter study of sexual functioning in spouses/partners of persons with traumatic brain injury." J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2016 97 (5): 753-759.
- Sander AM, Clark AN, Arciniegas DB, Tran K, Leon-Novelo L, Ngan E, Bogaards J, Sherer M, Walser R "A randomized controlled trial of acceptance and commitment therapy for psychological distress among persons with traumatic brain injury." Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2020 May 15; :
- Sander AM, Bogner J, Nick TG, Clark AN, Corrigan JD, Rozzell M "A randomized controlled trial of brief intervention for problem alcohol use in persons with traumatic brain injury." 2012 27 : 319-330.
- Pappadis MR, Sander AM, Lukaszewska B, Struchen MA, Leung P, Smith DW "Effectiveness of an educational intervention on reducing misconceptions among ethnic minorities with traumatic brain injury." Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2017 98 (4): 751-758.
- Sander AM, Boileau Nr, Hanks RA, Tulsky DS, Carlozzi NE "Emotional suppression and hypervigilance in military caregivers: Relationship to Negative and Positive Affect." J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2020 35 : e10-20.
- Sander AM, Clark AN, van Veldhoven LM, Hanks R, Hart T, Leon-Novelo L, Ngan E, Arciniegas DB "Factor analysis of the Everyday Memory Questionnaire in persons with traumatic brain injury." The Clinical Neuropsychologist. 2018 32 (3): 495-509. Pubmed PMID: 28849703
- Sander AM, Maestas KL,Nick TG, Pappadis MR, Hammond FM, Hanks RA, Ripley DL "Predictors of sexual functioning and satisfaction one year following traumatic brain injury: A TBI Model Systems multicenter study." J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2013 28 : 186-194.
- Sander AM, Lequerica AH, Ketchum JM, Hammond FM, Gary, KW, Pappadis MR, Felix ER, Johnson-Greene D, Bushnik T "Race/ethnicity and retention in traumatic brain injury outcomes research A Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems study." J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2018 33 : 219-227. Pubmed PMID: 29863614
- Sander AM, Hanks RA, Ianni PA, Boileau NR, Kratz AL, Hahn EA, Tulsky DS, Carlozzi NE "Sociocultural factors influencing caregiver appraisals following traumatic brain injury." J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2019 100 (Supp): S58-64.
- Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Model System of TIRR - #90DPTB0016
- $2,315,000.00 (09/30/2017 - 09/29/2022) Grant funding from National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research
- Dr. Sander is Project Co-Director for this study which involves contributing to a longitudinal database on TBI and collaborating on studies to improve treatment and outcomes for persons with TBI. She leads a module project on health literacy in persons with TBI, which involves five TBI Model Systems centers, including TIRR, and which is focused on characterizing the impact of health literacy on TBI, its predictors, and its relationship to health outcomes.
- 1. Improving Outcomes for Care Partners of Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury - #2R01-NR013658 -06
- $512,370.00 (03/01/2020 - 06/30/2025) Grant funding from National Institutes of Health
- This study evaluates a Just-in-Time Adaptive Intervention for caregivers of persons with TBI. The study involves using Fitbit and app technology to assess activity, mood, and quality of life in daily real time to guide delivery of prompts to engage in activities to improve caregivers' mood and quality of life.
- Angelle M. Sander
- I specialize in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of persons with brain injury. Treatment skills include cognitive rehabilitation, assisting with adjustment to injury-related disability, and maximizing community participation. I also conduct federally funded research on predicting and improving community participation and emotional functioning following brain injury.
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