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Michael Pramuka, PhD, CRC

Dr. Pramuka is Co-Investigator on R1 Reliability and validity of a remote neuropsychological assessment protocol, D1 Developing mobile telerehabilitation applications for cognitive and vocational rehabilitation, and R2 Determining the efficacy of a mobile TR portal for delivery of cognitive and vocational rehabilitation. Dr. Pramuka is currently a Rehabilitation Psychologist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center working with service members with traumatic brain injury.  His previous research activities have focused on self-management and psychosocial issues in epilepsy, telerehabilitation, and cognitive disability. 

Dr. Pramuka's clinical work has emphasized applied cognitive rehabilitation strategies to improve everyday function and employment outcomes in adults and in transition-age students with cognitive disability. He was previously site coordinator of a VA/DoD multi-center clinical trial of cognitive rehabilitation (Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, DVBIC) at the Tampa VA and then neuropsychologist  at the San Diego Naval Medical Center under DVBIC, followed by a position as Director of Neuropsychology for the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh.  He has collaborated with a state-funded vocational rehabilitation center since January 2003 to develop and implement a semester-long program of cognitive rehabilitation.

Dr. Pramuka earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and completed his internship in clinical psychology at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa.  He is a licensed psychologist and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.

 

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