Mary Reeni George, PhD
Department or Service
Neuropsychologist, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Section of Psychology
Baylor College of Medicine
|National Institute of Mental Health & NeuroSciences||fellowship||Clinical Psychology||2001|
|Barrow Neurological Institute||fellowship||Clinical Neuropsychology||1999|
|National Institute of Mental Health & NeuroSciences||postgraduate education||Doctor of Philosophy||1997|
|National Institute of Mental Health & NeuroSciences||internship||Clinical Psychology||1991|
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, attentional systems, and plasticity of the human brain.
|American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology||Member|
|American Board of Professional Psychology||Member of the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology and Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychology|
|International Neuropsychological Society||Member|
Stotts, AL, Potts, GF, Ingersoll, G, George, MRM, Martin, LE (2006): Preliminary Feasibility and Efficacy of a Brief Motivational Intervention with Psychophysiological Feedback for Cocaine Abuse. Substance Abuse 27(4), 9-21.