Angelle Sander, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director, Division of Clinical Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology
Baylor College of Medicine

Angelle Sander, Ph.D. Photo

Position

Address

TIRR Memorial Hermann Research Center (Work)
Brain Injury Research Center
1333 Moursund
Houston, Texas 77030
United States
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Certifications

  • Licensed Psychologist
    3-0581
    Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists

Education

  • Advanced Training from Medical College Of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University
    01/1995 - Richmond, VA United States
  • Ph.D. from University Of Houston, University Park
    01/1995 - Houston, TX United States
  • M.S. from Emporia State University
    01/1989 - Emporia, KS United States
  • B.A. from Loyola University Of New Orleans
    01/1987 - New Orleans, LA United States

Language

  • English

Gender

  • Female

Professional Achievements

  • Fellow
    08/2014 - American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

  • Chair Elect, Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group
    10/2020 - American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

  • Research Excellence Award
    06/2014 - Baylor College of Medicine Dept. of PM&R

  • Deborah L. Wilkerson Early Career Award
    10/2007 - American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

  • Marcus J. Fuhrer Research Achievement Award
    06/2007 - Baylor College of Medicine/University of Texas Houston Alliance of PM&R

  • Young Faculty Achievement Award
    06/2002 - Baylor College of Medicine/University of Texas Houston Alliance of PM&R

  • Mary E. Switzer Rehabilitation Research Merit Fellow
    09/1997 - National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research

  • Editorial Board Member
    01/2008 - Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

  • William Fields Caveness Award
    10/2018 - Brain Injury Association of America

  • Mitchell Rosenthal Memorial Lecture
    05/2018 - Williamsburg Brain Injury Conference

Professional Specialties

  • Neuropsychology

Memberships

  • American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
    10/1999

  • Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
    10/2020