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

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Post-Doctoral Fellow
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

480 Medical Center Drive
Columbus, OH 43210

Phone: 614-688-7589
Email: Chelsea.Kane@osumc.edu

@ChelseaMKane

General: Dr. Chelsea Kane, is completing her fellowship in rehabilitation and neuropsychology completing both clinical and research training. Dr. Kane also serves as fellow and executive committee member of the Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance. She serves on several research development committees within the Center, manages planning of the 2017 Brain Health and Performance Summit (April 17th-29th, 2017), and curates and writes content on topics related to brain health and performance for publication on the Huffington Post.

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, chronic pain, assessment of neurocognitive functioning, assessment and diagnosis of psychiatric illness in medical populations, medical ethics.

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: Brief Intervention for substance misuse following moderate or severe TBI: A randomized controlled trial (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:
  • 2015-2017: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Ohio State University - Columbus, OH
  • 2015: Pre-Doctoral Residency, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital - Miami, Florida
  • 2015: PsyD, Clinical Psychology, University of Indianapolis - Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Concentrations: Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine & Adult Psychopathology and Psychotherapy
  • 2012: MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Indianapolis - Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 2010: BA, Psychology & Political Science, Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana
  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Society/Memberships:
  • 2015-present: Division 40, Neuropsychology, Member 
  • 2014-present: Division 22, Rehabilitation Psychology, Member
  • 2013-present: Divison 38, Health Psychology, Member
  • 2011-present: Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, Fellow for Life

News:
How To Be An Optimum Ager: Keeping Your Brain In Shape As You Get Older
Huffington Post, Published October 3rd, 2016

What do you know about your cognitive reserve?
Huffington Post, Published October 6th, 2016

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