Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance

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Post-Doctoral Fellow
Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

480 Medical Center Drive
Columbus, OH 43210

614-688-7589
Chelsea.Kane@osumc.edu

@ChelseaMKane

Clinical Interests: 

  • Neuropsychology
  • Rehabilitation psychology
  • Neuropsychological consultation in acute medical settings
  • Assessment and treatment of neurological injury and disease
  • Adaptation and recovery to changing health/functional status
  • Acute and Chronic pain
  • Assessment of neurocognitive functioning
  • Assessment and diagnosis of psychiatric illness in medical populations
  • Medical ethics
  • Medical/Clinical Team Functioning

Current Research Involvement:
  • Co-Investigator: PROSPECT ADDITION SCI - A prospective study of Autonomic Dynamic Dysfunction to predict infections after Spinal Cord Injury (PI: Jan Schwab, MD, PhD) 
  • Key Personnel: Ohio Regional Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems (TBIMS) Study (PI: Jennifer Bogner, PhD) 
  • Key Personnel: Using diffusion tensor imaging from high resolution MRI to detect persistent effects of Mild TBI (PI: John Corrigan, PhD) 
  • Key Personnel: A low-cost virtual reality gaming platform for neurorehabilitation of hemiparesis (PI: Lynne Gauthier, PhD)
  • Key Personnel: Examining mechanisms of neuroplasticity following motor rehabilitation in stroke (PI: Lynne Gauthier, PhD)
  • Key Personnel: Immersive 3D gaming therapy for treating hemispatial neglect (PI: Lynne Gauthier, PhD)
  • Key Personnel: Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (PI: Ali Rezai, MD)
  • Key Personnel: Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for treatment of the cognitive, behavioral, and functional disability of Alzheimer's Disease (PI: Ali Rezai, MD)
  • Key Personnel: Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for morbid, treatment-refractory obesity (PI: Ali Rezai, MD)
Education:
  • Post-doctoral Fellowship: Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Ohio State University
  • Pre-doctoral Residency: University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital
  • PsyD: Clinical Psychology, University of Indianapolis; Concentrations: Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine & Adult Psychopathology and Psychotherapy
  • MA: Clinical Psychology, University of Indianapolis
Society/Memberships:
  • 2015-present: Division 40, Neuropsychology, Member 
  • 2014-present: Division 22, Rehabilitation Psychology, Member
  • 2013-present: Division 38, Health Psychology, Member
  • 2011-present: Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, Fellow for Life

News:

Reflections on SXSW Panel: The End of Disability? Neurotech’s Future Frontier

How to Be an Optimum Ager: Keeping Your Brain in Shape as You Get Older

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