Our Team

All of our neuropsychology faculty are licensed, doctoral-level psychologists with specialized training and expertise in understanding how different medical conditions can affect children’s thinking and learning — their “cognitive” skills and performance — their development, and their behavior. We work together with licensed Psychological Associates who assist with testing under the supervision of the licensed psychologist, and with doctoral students in psychology, pre-doctoral interns, and postdoctoral fellows who also see many patients under the faculty’s supervision.


Clinical Program Director

Dr. Evankovich is a pediatric neuropsychologist in the multidisciplinary Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology. She evaluates children with a wide variety of neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders, ranging in age from early childhood through late adolescence. The neuropsychological…
Phone: 832-822-1750

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Neuropsychology Faculty

Dr. Berry is currently an Assistant Professor in the Section of Psychology within the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM). She is also a licensed psychologist and the Associate Director of Clinical Services for the Autism Center at Texas Children's Hospital (TCH). Dr. Berry…
Phone: 832-822-3704

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Dr. Kimberly Davis is a Pediatric Neuropsychologist and research scientist in the Psychology Service at Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH). She is also an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Section within the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM). Dr. Davis is a passionate…
Phone: 832-824-3830

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Dr. Duda aims to continue providing compassionate and research-informed clinical care to pediatric patients with a history of disease or injury affecting the brain, as well as contribute to the field of neuropsychology through research and mentorship. Clinical Interests: Dr. Duda is an Assistant…
Phone: 832-822-3700

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Dr. Evankovich is a pediatric neuropsychologist in the multidisciplinary Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology. She evaluates children with a wide variety of neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders, ranging in age from early childhood through late adolescence. The neuropsychological…
Phone: 832-822-1750

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Dr. George's research interests include Sickle Cell Disease, pediatric stroke, tumors, and neurodevelopmental disorders. She serves as the Neuropsychology Collaborator for a NIH-funded study on Sickle Cell Disease at the Baylor site. Other research interests include understanding impulse control,…
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Dr. Harris' research interests involve neuropsychological sequelae of chronic medical conditions. Current projects focus heavily on perinatal HIV/AIDS, such as interplay of fatigue, sleep disturbance and neurocognition; prospective memory and executive functioning; and epidemiology and…
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Dr. Schwartz's main clinical and training interests are: neuropsychological assessment of children with chronic illness, psychosocial screening of children with newly diagnosed chronic illness, and interventions to prevent or reduce medical nonadherence. His research is closely tied to his clinical…
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Beatriz (Tish) MacDonald Wer, PhD graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Mind, Brain, and Behavior from Harvard University in 2006. She is fluent in Spanish and English. Dr. MacDonald Wer was awarded a doctoral degree in 2014 by the University of Denver, with specialties…
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Neuropsychology Research

Dr. Kahalley serves as the Director of Research for the Psychology Section in the Department of Pediatrics.  She also leads a research program focused on neurocognitive, behavioral, and psychosocial outcomes in pediatric cancer.
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Board Certifications Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists License #36823 (09/21/2015 - present)
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