Assistant Director, Outpatient Psychology
Rusk Rehabilitation, NYU Langone Medical Center
Dr. Donna Langenbahn is Clinical Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU School of Medicine, and Associate Director of Psychology – Outpatient Services, Rusk Rehabilitation, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY. She has worked in the area of acquired brain injury (ABI) assessment and treatment for over 30 years, and has presented nationally and internationally on these topics. From 1991 through 2012, she was a member of an NIH-funded Rusk research team exploring the treatment of deficits in executive functioning and problem-solving following mild traumatic brain injury and other ABI. She is contributing author/co-editor of the Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual: Translating Evidence-based Recommendations into Practice, a resource training guide for professionals. She is co-author on four evidence-based reviews of the effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation in treating cognitive impairment after TBI, stroke, and other medical conditions that affect cognition. From 2000 to 2006, she was part of an interdisciplinary Rusk team assessing and treating individuals with mild traumatic brain injury, and concussion, and she currently manages Rusk’s neuropsychological assessment and treatment team providing services to adults with concussion.