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Beth S. Slomine, Ph.D., ABPP
Kennedy Krieger Institute
707 North Broadway
Baltimore MD 21205
Phone: (443) 923-2725
Dr. Beth Slomine is currently the director of training and neuropsychological rehabilitation services within the Department of Neuropsychology at Kennedy Krieger Institute. She is also an associate professor of psychiatry and associate professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Slomine is a licensed psychologist and board certified clinical neuropsychologist.
Dr. Slomine received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Florida in 1995. She completed an internship at the Brockton/West Roxbury Veteran's Administration Medical Center and Harvard University. Dr. Slomine completed a post-doctoral fellowship in geriatric psychology and neuropsychology at the Philadelphia Geriatric Center. Following her fellowship in 1996, Dr. Slomine obtained a position at the Kennedy Krieger Institute as a pediatric neuropsychologist providing assessment and rehabilitation services to children following recent neurological injury or illness and longstanding neurodevelopmental disabilities. Currently, Dr. Slomine's primary responsibilities include directing neuropsychological services, including clinical care, training, and research throughout the Rehabilitation Continuum of Care at Kennedy Krieger Institute. She also directs all aspects of training within the Department of Neuropsychology.
Dr. Slomine’s primary research interests include measurement of outcome following brain injury as well as exploring factors that influence outcome following neurological injury. Specifically, Dr. Slomine has developed and validated innovative measurement tools, examined neuropsychological and neuropsychiatric outcomes following brain injury, and explored the efficacy of medical and psychological intervention for treatment of brain injury. She is currently a co-investigator for a multi-center clinical trial examining outcome in children who receive hypothermia treatment following cardiac arrest. She is also currently exploring measurement and outcomes in children with brain injury who are in a minimally conscious state.
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