Dr. Shapiro is a licensed psychologist who conducts psychological and neuropsychological evaluations of children and adults, primarily through the Executive Function and Congenital/Genetic outpatient clinics. He sees children (typically ages 6 years and older), adolescents, and young adults with a range of neurodevelopmental risk factors and conditions, such as preterm birth/low birth weight, perinatal brain injury, congenital disorders (e.g. cerebral palsy), genetic disorders, ADHD and executive dysfunction, and learning disorders. Currently, Dr. Shapiro also provides neuropsychological evaluations for adult patients with Leukodystrophy in collaboration with Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Moser Center for Leukodystrophies. Dr. Shapiro has been on staff at the Department of Neuropsychology since 2019.
Dr. Shapiro earned his Psy.D. in clinical psychology at Widener University in 2017. He completed his pre-doctoral internship through rotations at the Penn Memory Center and Widener’s Neuropsychological Assessment Center. As part of his training, he also obtained school psychology certification in Pennsylvania. Dr. Shapiro completed a two-year residency in clinical neuropsychology at AAA Neuropsychology, LLC in Malvern, PA and Diversified Psychological Resources, PC in Philadelphia, PA.