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Location Columbus, Ohio

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The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology in the is seeking to hire a Rehabilitation Psychologist with interest and experience in the treatment of patients with acquired disabilities from neurological and musculoskeletal injuries or medical conditions with a special emphasis on neuropsychological assessment and counseling.  The faculty rank will be in accordance with the candidates qualifications.  Rehabilitation psychologists who would like to devote a portion of their time to both clinical services and research, and are eligible for licensure and board certification, are also encouraged to apply (however research interest is not required). We offer highly competitive pay, malpractice insurance and a great benefits package which includes a yearly CME fund. We are also a Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program Qualified Employer!

 

The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology currently includes 12 faculty members.  Three faculty members focus the majority of their time on research, while nine provide inpatient and outpatient services to specialized programs in stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, general rehabilitation, chronic pain, cancer, burn and vestibular disorders. Eight of the Divisions psychologists have achieved board certification from the American Board of Professional Psychology in the area of Rehabilitation Psychology and 2 are board certified in Clinical Neuropsychology. Faculty participates in training of Post-Doctoral Fellows in the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, as well as Residents in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  Ohio State's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) has been an industry leader for more than 50 years. U.S. News & World Report has ranked our Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as one of the top programs in America and Newsweek recently ranked Dodd Rehabilitation Hospital #1 in Ohio for best Physical Rehabilitation Center.  We are one of only five centers in the nation chosen to participate in the NeuroRecovery Network, which uses activity-based therapies for spinal cord injury rehabilitation.  Current faculty members in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation have established research programs in traumatic brain and spinal cord injury. Our researchers recently received an NIH grant for their UG3/UH3 project called "Comparing treatment approaches to promote inpatient rehabilitation effectiveness for traumatic brain injury (CARE4TBI). Ohio State University is one of the nations 16 sites funded under TBI Model Systems.  Our TBI Model System has been in place since 1997.  

 

Qualifications:         Successfully completed an APA accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology and an APA accredited internship         Board certified or eligible in Rehabilitation Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology         Keen interest in academic medicine         Experience/interest in neuropsychological assessment and counseling 

 

Meet the faculty:Lisa Batchos, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of PM&R. She completed residency at Michigan Medicine (University of Michigan Hospital) in the Rehabilitation Neuropsychology Division. Currently, she is the primary psychologist on the inpatient rehabilitation service for patients with stroke and functional neurological disorder. She also serves critical care populations at the main hospital, acting as consult-liaison for the ICU teams. Additionally, she provides outpatient services including psychological intervention and neuropsychological evaluations. Clinical interests also include somatic disorders, concussion, and sexuality/sexual functioning. She is actively involved in several projects focused on programmatic building and training of multidisciplinary providers in rehabilitation services.

 

 

Cynthia L. Beaulieu, PhD, ABPP is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist who joined the clinical and research faculty in 2019 as an associate professor in the Department of PM&R and has practiced within the field of traumatic brain injury rehabilitation for over 30 years, in both the private and academic sectors. Dr. Beaulieu received a BS in Psychology from the University of Michigan, and Masters and Doctorate in clinical psychology from OSU. She has collaborated on several large-scale extramural research projects, including serving as Co-Investigator and Dissemination Lead on the PCORI-funded projects, Comparative Effectiveness of Inpatient Rehabilitation Interventions for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI-CER) and Dissemination of Effective Rehabilitation Strategies for Traumatic Brain Injury. The TBI-CER project resulted in a series of five peer-reviewed scientific publications in the journal Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2019. She also served as Site Principal Investigator for both the NIDRR-funded project, Individualized Planning for the First Year Following Acute Rehabilitation, and the NIH-funded project, Improving Outcomes in Acute Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury. These two projects, jointly referred to as the TBI Practice-Based Evidence (TBI-PBE) study resulted in a supplemental issue of the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2015. Currently, she is one of three PIs on the NIH NINDS-funded project entitled Comparing Treatment Approaches to Promote Inpatient Rehabilitation Effectiveness for Traumatic Brain Injury (CARE4TBI).

Jennifer Bogner PhD, ABPP is a board-certified rehabilitation psychologist and professor in the Dept of PM&R.  She holds the Bert C. Wiley, MD Endowed Chair in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is the Project Director for the Ohio Regional TBI Model Systems. Dr. Bogner serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. She has received the Roger G. Barker Distinguished Research Contribution award from the American Psychological Association Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and the William Fields Caveness Award from the Brain Injury Association of America. She is a Fellow of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. The overarching goal of Dr. Bogners research has been to improve long-term outcomes after TBI. Specific areas of research include utilizing causal inference methods to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions; prevention and treatment of substance misuse following TBI; evaluating the impact of lifetime exposure to TBI on quality of life; and the development and validation of measurement tools to support rehabilitation research and clinical practice. In addition to being widely published in the scientific literature, she has presented in person and via webinars to rehabilitation clinicians interested in how to implement research findings.

 

Elizabeth Cook, PhD, ABPP, is an assistant professor in the Dept of PM&R and is a board-certified rehabilitation psychologist. Dr. Cook earned her doctoral degree in educational psychology from Kent State University. She holds a masters degree in instructional design and communication from Clarion University and a bachelors degree in psychology from Temple University. She completed her internships at Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital in Warren, Ohio, and the Diagnostic and Evaluation Clinic in Austintown, Ohio. Dr. Cook holds diplomate status in rehabilitation psychology through The American Board of Professional Psychology. Dr. Cook treats individuals who have sustained traumatic brain injury and other debilitating diseases and conditions. Her practice includes neuropsychological assessment of traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, adult ADHD and learning disabilities. Recommendations for subsequent treatment of the various disorders/conditions are integral to Dr. Cooks work. Therapy and adjustment to disability are also part of her practice. Dr. Cook has published on a variety of topics including divorce, denial in stroke patients and dementia.

 

John Corrigan, PhD, ABPP is a professor in the Department of PM&R and board-certified rehabilitation psychologist.  Dr. Corrigan serves as the director of the Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation. He also directs the Ohio Brain Injury Program, the lead agency in the State of Ohio for policy and planning related to living with brain injury. Dr. Corrigan has received local and national awards for his service and research in the field of brain injury rehabilitation, including the Gold Key Award from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, the Brain Injury Association of Americas William Fields Caveness Award and the 2007 Robert L. Moody Prize. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the American Psychological Association. Dr. Corrigan received his doctoral degree in psychology at Ohio State before joining the Department of PM&R, first as a postdoctoral trainee and later as a member of the faculty. Since 1997, he has been the principal investigator and co-principal investigator for the Ohio Regional Traumatic Brain Injury Model System. For 10 years, he chaired the Executive Committee of the TBI Model Systems Project Directors. Dr. Corrigan is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, and he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of America. He previously served on the Advisory Committee to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at CDC, the Defense Health Board Neurological/Behavioral Health Subcommittee and the Board of Directors of the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Dr. Corrigan has published more than 190 articles in peer-reviewed journals and authored multiple book chapters.

 

Anthea Gray, PsyD is an assistant professor and rehabilitation psychologist in the Department of PM&R. Dr. Gray treats patients across the spectrum of disability, but primarily see patients with brain injuries and burns. Her clinical interests focus on the intersection of culture and disability. She completed her masters degree from Columbia Universitys Teachers College and a PsyD in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. Dr. Gray serves as a clinical consultant to the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center Chronic Brain Injury Programs Neuro Nights series. In addition, she is the current chairperson for the American Psychological Associations Division 22 Diversity Committee. In her free time, she enjoys watching her mini-Aussiedoodle, Lilac, chase (and never catch) squirrels in the park, as well as visiting the latest exhibits at the Columbus Museum of Art.

                                        

Dan Hurlburt, PsyD is an assistant professor in the Department of PM&R. He attended the University of Dayton for his undergraduate degree. He completed his doctoral training at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a clinical focus in rehabilitation psychology and neuropsychology. Dr. Hurlburt completed his internship training at the Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He completed his fellowship in rehabilitation psychology at OSU and is one of our newest faculty. As an early career psychologist, Dr. Hurlburt works with a wide range of patients within the rehabilitation setting (TBI, SCI, CVA, Burn) but has begun to develop a specialty in the treatment of neurovestibular disorders. When not at work, Dr. Hurlburt enjoys playing sports including baseball, golf and he enjoys eating at new restaurants, and spending time with my family.

 

Kristen Jackson, PhD, ABPP is a board-certified rehabilitation psychologist and an assistant profession in the Dept of PM&R.  She was recently voted President-elect for the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology (Division 22 of APA).  Dr. Jackson specializes in working with patients who are dealing with burn injury, cancer, spinal cord injury or chronic pain. She completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Saint Louis University. She completed her internship at the Cincinnati VA where she focused on chronic pain rehabilitation and trauma focused intervention. She also completed a specialized rehabilitation postdoctoral fellowship at the Puget Sound VA.  She is currently serving as the board secretary for ABRP as well as the chairperson for the ABRP Diversity Committee. When not working, Dr. Jackson enjoys spending time and relaxing with her family, traveling, reading, and being outdoors.

 

Chelsea Kane, PsyD, ABPP is an assistant professor in the Department of PM&R and a board-certified rehabilitation psychologist. She earned her doctorate from the University of Indianapolis and completed residency at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital (Miami, FL). She completed post-doctoral fellowship at The Ohio State University. She has been on faculty at OSU since fall 2017. She is the most recent faculty member to become board-certified in Rehabilitation Psychology. She is currently the consulting psychologist for the inpatient oncology rehabilitation service at OSUs Dodd Hall, the first CARF accredited inpatient cancer rehabilitation program in the state of Ohio. Dr. Kane also serves as the consulting psychologist for the inpatient and critical care burn service. Additionally, she conducts outpatient neuropsychological evaluations and pain assessments. Dr. Kane has research experience consulting on and managing projects across clinical populations including chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and spinal cord injury.

 

Wanda McEntyre, PhD, ABPP is a board-certified rehabilitation psychologist and an assistant professor. She is the Division Director for Rehabilitation Psychology in the Department of PM&R. Dr. McEntyre earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from The Ohio State University. She completed two internships (at the North Chicago VA in Illinois, and at the Ohio Industrial Commission). She has been in the field of rehabilitation for over 30 years. Her professional experience has focused on providing psychotherapy for individuals with chronic health and newly acquired disabling conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and Parkinsons disease. She also works with individuals diagnosed with breast cancer, tinnitus, and vestibular disorders. Dr. McEntyre is active in the Ohio Psychological Association (OPA) and is a co-leader of the OPA Leadership Development Academy. She is also a member on the Council of Rehabilitation Psychology Postdoctoral Training Programs (CRPPTP).

 

Katlin Schultz, PsyD, is an assistant professor in the Department of PM&R. She earned her doctorate from Adler University in 2019, with an emphasis in Primary Care Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. She completed her internship at the VA Eastern Kansas Health Care Medical Center,and completed her 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in Rehabilitation Psychology at the VA Long Beach Healthcare System. Dr. Schultz has been on faculty at OSU since 2021, and currently provides outpatient psychotherapy for psychosocial oncology, and general rehabilitation psychology referrals. She is the rehabilitation psychology lead for the interdisciplinary Post-COVID Recovery Clinic. She specializes in working with adults with chronic health conditions and disabilities, including spinal cord injury, chronic pain, cancer, as well as other injuries or medical events. Clinical areas of focus are on coping and adaptation to chronic health conditions and disability, multiculturalism, and intersectionality within the therapy process. An additional area of professional interest is working within multidisciplinary teams in order to support whole-health initiatives. Outside of work, Dr. Schultz enjoys spending time outdoors, exploring new places, and spending time with friends and family.

 

Tracy Shannon, PsyD, ABPP-RP, ABPP-CN is an assistant professor in the Department of PM&R and is board-certified as a clinical neuropsychologist and rehabilitation psychologist. She completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University of New England. She completed an internship with focus in neuropsychology at Lakeview NeuroRehab in Effingham, New Hampshire. She went on to complete a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan.. Dr. Shannon has been on faculty at OSU since 2015 and is the primary consulting psychologist for the brain injury unit and the general rehabilitation unit at Dodd Hall. She also conducts outpatient neuropsychological evaluations for the practice with particular interest in moderate to severe TBI. Research interest include managing challenging behavior associated with brain injury. When she is not working, she is a big-time sports fan and loves all things sports. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

 

Environment & Culture: 

The Ohio State University along with its academic partner the Wexner Medical Center are located in Columbus, Ohio, the state capitol, and the 14th largest city in the United States. From historic communities and suburban living to college crowds and nightlife, Columbus is a friendly Midwestern town with metropolitan style. With easy commutes and low cost of living relative to comparable metropolitan areas, central Ohio has a temperate climate where fall and spring delight while summers are not too oppressively hot or humid and winters are not too cold or snowy. The city is renowned for its leading technological companies, vast academic resources, thriving industry, an eclectic mix of entertainment, dining and shopping, and easily accessible opportunities for sports and recreation for participants and fans alike. The university and medical center are home to an exciting, growth-oriented culture of innovation and discovery. Together, these entities have established a bold vision to ensure that the university will be among the leading public universities in the nation for research and creative expression to address critical societal challenges and that the medical center will pioneer breakthrough health care solutions to improve peoples lives. For more on Columbus, please visit  

 

For consideration, please send CV along with a cover letter to:         Natalie Kessinger | Physician Recruiter |  

 

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.