2020.11.10 – Neuromodulation in TBI Neurorehabilitation (Recorded Webinar)

A Mitchell Rosenthal Memorial Research recorded webinar featuring Alexandra Aaronson, M.D., Theresa L. Bender Pape, Dr.PH, M.A., CCC-SLP/L, Ann Guernon, Ph.D., MS, CCC-SLP, Amy Herrold, Ph.D., and Joshua M. Rosenow, M.D.

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Aired live November 10, 2020. Includes 1 ACBIS CEU. 

In this webinar Mitchell Rosenthal Memorial Research webinar speakers provide an overview of both the application of neuromodulation to TBI neurorehabilitation and invasive and non-invasive technologies used for neuromodulation. Presenters will also discuss the role and contributions of neuromodulation to TBI neurorehabilitation, the use of neuromodulation in clinical practice, and challenges with clinical adoption. Knowledge gaps and future research priorities will also be identified. Information about each presenter and their topic can be found be below.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the definition of neuromodulation.
  • Describe existing neuromodulatory techniques, both invasive and non-invasive, by known and unknown effects on brain activity.
  • Describe the role and contributions of neuromodulation to TBI rehabilitation.
  • Describe current knowledge gaps relative to readiness to apply neuromodulation interventions into clinical practice.
  • Discuss Future research priorities in the field of neuromodulation interventions for TBI.

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About the Presenters


Dr. Alexandra Aaronson is a neuropsychiatrist. She is an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a neuropsychiatrist, neuromodulation expert, and brain rehabilitation psychiatrist at the Hines VA. Her research interests include physician burnout, neuromodulation (specifically ECT and TMS), and developing treatments to combat suicide, particularly in the population of Veterans with traumatic brain injury.


Dr. Theresa L. Bender Pape is a Clinical Neuroscientist with the Edward Hines Jr. Veterans Administration (VA) Research Service and a Research Associate Professor at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Pape is the founding Director of the Hines VA-Northwestern Neural Plasticity in Neurorehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Lab. Her research is focused on two areas of study: neurorehabilitation effectiveness and neurorehabilitation measurement.


Dr. Ann Guernon is an Assistant Professor at Lewis University in the Speech Language Pathology graduate program. She holds an appointment at the Hines VA Hospital.  Her research addresses neuromodulatory treatment development for persons following TBI, communication between clinicians and caregivers, and prevention and management of concussion in youth sports.


Dr. Amy Herrold is an addiction neuroscientist with dual appointments as a Research Health Scientist at Edward Hines Jr., VA Hospital and as a Research Assistant Professor at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Herrold’s research mission is to develop and optimize neuroscience-informed neuromodulatory treatments for substance use disorders and co-occurring neuropsychiatric conditions.
Not Pictured Dr. Joshua M. Rosenow is the Director of Functional Neurosurgery and Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Neurosurgery. He specializes in the surgical treatment of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, tremor, and dystonia, as well as the surgical treatment of epilepsy, neuromodulation for chronic pain, and neuromodulation for neurorehabilitation.