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Michael McCue, PhD

Dr. Michael McCue is Co-Director of the RERC on Telerehabilitation and task leader on R1 Reliability and validity of a remote neuropsychological assessment protocol, D1 Developing mobile telerehabilitation applications for cognitive and vocational rehabilitation, R2 Determining the efficacy of a mobile TR portal for delivery of cognitive and vocational rehabilitation. He is Associate Professor and Vice-Chair of the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology at the University of Pittsburgh and is Director of the Rehabilitation Counseling Program.

Dr. McCue receive his PhD in Rehabilitation for the University of Pittsburgh in 1981. He completed his postdoctoral training in clinical neuropsychology at the University of Pittsburgh from 1981 to 1983. He holds a Masters in Education in Rehabilitation Counseling from Kent State University (1978) and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from John Carroll University (1973).

Dr. McCue is the Project Director and Principal Investigator of an Interagency Agreement between the University of Pittsburgh and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Hiram G. Andrews Rehabilitation Center that has existed for over 12 years. Dr. McCue is also a member of the Executive Committee of the UPMC Center for Assistive Technology, having served in that capacity since 2001.

Dr. McCue is a clinical neuropsychologist who has been providing assessment and neuropsychological rehabilitation services to individuals with brain injury and other cognitive disabilities since 1981. Dr. McCue has directed over 20 national research, demonstration and training programs in telerehabilitation, rehabilitation assessment and intervention and has published over 40 articles, chapters and abstracts related to rehabilitation of cognitive disability. He is an RSA Institute on Rehabilitation Issues (IRI) scholar (2002-2003), a Fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology and Past President of the Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Association. 

 

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