Elisabeth Wilde





Dr. Wilde is a clinical neuropsychologist and an Associate Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, where she currently serves as Director of Research. She has secondary appointments in Neurology and Radiology, and is also a Health Research Scientist at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center. She has participated in over 35 federally-funded clinical projects as a primary or co-primary investigator or co-investigator, and has authored over 110 peer-reviewed publications. She has been actively involved in the International Common Data Elements for TBI initiative since 2008, and has also been involved in the American College of Radiology (ACR) Head Injury Institute. She is currently the Neuroimaging Core Director for the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium (CENC). Her research interests are in neuropsychology and neuroimaging, particularly of traumatic brain injury in pediatric, adolescent, adult, and Veteran populations at all ranges of severity and acuity. Her pediatric research emphasizes the use of advanced neuroimaging to elucidate short- and long-term alterations in post-injury structural and functional brain development and neuroplasticity, and the use of imaging in evaluating treatment and intervention.



Vulnerability or Sparing? The Impact of Developmental Stage at TBI on Longitudinal Cognitive, Psychosocial, and Neuroimaging Outcomes 



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