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NAME: David Salisbury
eRA COMMONS USER NAME (credential, e.g., agency login):
POSITION TITLE: Clinical Director, Pate Rehabilitation
EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, include postdoctoral training and residency training if applicable. Add/delete rows as necessary.)
INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE
FIELD OF STUDY
Washington University, St. Louis, MO BA 5/1997 Psychology
Wright State University, Dayton, OH Psy.D. 08/2003 Doctor of Psychology
Cincinnati VAMC, Cincinnati, OH Internship 09/2003 Neuropsychology
University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical School/Spain Rehabilitation, Birmingham, AL Residency 09/2005 Neuropsychology
A. Personal Statement.
My initial passion for the evaluation and care of neurorehabilitation populations stems from early work with dual diagnosis patients during my graduate training over 15 years ago. In this time frame, I have greatly benefitted from formal training with traumatic brain and spinal cord injury patients during my residency which was a Model Systems site for both populations. My clinical career has resided in rehabilitation settings allowing for comprehensive care from the acute to chronic stages of injury. This has allowed a unique perspective upon the pervasive impact of neurotrauma for the patient and family system. My current clinical duties include the evaluation and treatment of acquired brain injury survivors and dual diagnosis patients from the subacute to chronic stages of recovery. I also guide a Concussion Clinic particularly focused on management of mild traumatic brain injury.
A strong portion of my publications have centered upon traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Most recently, I have helped our organization become a member of the FABR (Foundation to Advance Brain Rehabilitation) group which consists of six brain injury care organization across the country collaborating for a common database.
2005-2012 Neuropsychologist, Columbus Regional Hospital, Columbus IN
2012-2017 Director of Clinical Training, Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, Dallas TX
2017-present Clinical Director, Pate Rehabilitation, Dallas TX
Other Experience and Professional Memberships
American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
American Board of Professional Psychology
Divisions 40 (Neuropsychology) & 22 (Rehabilitation Psychology) of the American Psychological Association
C. Contribution to Science
Selected publications related to rehabilitation populations
1. Sikka, S., Vrooman, A., Callender, L. Salisbury, D., Bennett, M., Hamilton, R., & Driver, S.J. (2017).
Inconsistencies with screening for traumatic brain injury in spinal cord injury across the continuum of care. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine, DOI: 0.1080/10790268.2017.1357105
2. Salisbury, D. & Meredith, K. (2017). Neuropsychological functioning following cardiac transplant in
Danon disease, Developmental Neurorehabilitation, DOI: 10.1080/17518423.2017.1326184.
3. Salisbury, D., Kolessar, M., Callender, L., & Bennett, M. (2017). Concussion knowledge among
4. rehabilitation staff. Baylor Medical Center Proceedings, 30(1), 33-37.
5. Salisbury, D. Driver, S., Reynolds, M., Bennett, M., Petrey, L., & Warren, A. (2016). Health care utilization after trauma brain injury. Submitted to Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
6. Salisbury, D., Kolessar, M., Callendar, L., & Bennett, M. (2016). Concussion knowledge among rehabilitation staff. Submitted to Journal of Sports Rehabilitation.
7. **Sikka, S., Vrooman, A., Callender, L. Salisbury, D., Hamilton, R., Driver, S.J. (2016). Traumatic Brain Injury in Spinal Cord Injury: Screening and Program Development. Submitted to Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine.
8. Salisbury, D., Parsons, T., Monden, K., Trost, Z., & Driver, S. (in press). Brain computer interface with an inpatient spinal cord injury population: A feasibility study. Rehabilitation Psychology.
9. Salisbury, D., Dahdah, Marie, Driver, S. Parsons, T., & Richter, K. (2016). Virtual Reality and
Brain Computer Interface in Neurorehabilitation. Baylor Medical Center Proceedings, 29(2): 1-4.
10. Salisbury, D., Driver, S. & Parsons, T. (2015). Brain-computer interface targeting non-motor function
after spinal cord injury: a case report. Spinal Cord, 53, S25-S26.
11. Novack, T., & Salisbury, D. (2009) Contributions of neuropsychology to inpatient rehabilitation
following traumatic brain injury. In C. Golden & S.T. Gontkovsky (Eds.), Neuropsychology
within the inpatient rehabilitation environment (pp 51-77). New York: Nova Science Publishers,
12. Novack, T., Baños, J., Alderson, A., Schneider, J., Weed, W., Blankenship, J., & Salisbury, D. (2006). UFOV Performance and Driving Ability Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury, 20, 455-461.
13. Salisbury, D., Baños J., Novack T., & Schneider J. (2005) Significance of decreased orientation
performance during rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Psychology, 50, 174-176.
D. Research Support.
Prior Research Support
Ginger Murchison Foundation Salisbury (PI) 04/01/14-03/31/17
Project Title: Using a regional hospital council registry to understand the healthcare utilization patterns of individuals with SCI and TBI
The goal of the project is better understand the incidence and patterns of healthcare utilization for individuals following SCI and TBI after acute and inpatient hospitalization
Ginger Murchison Foundation Driver (PI) 01/01/15-12/31/18
Project Title: Promoting Healthy Lifestyle and Reducing Chronic Disease among People with TBI
The goal of the project is to use participatory action research to modify and assess the effectiveness of the Group Lifestyle Balance Program to meet the needs of individuals with a traumatic brain injury and their caregivers
Role: Advisory Board Member
90DP0045-01-0 Shafi (PI) 09/01/12-08/31/17
Project Title: Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects (DRRPs) Centers Program: Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Centers (TBIMS) CFDA Number 84.133A-5
The goal of this project is to collect data on adults with traumatic brain injury, complete two independent/local studies (1. Comparative Effectiveness Research; 2. Dopamine and brain function), and complete modular/collaborative research project (1. Sleep and activity patterns; 2. Internet use; 3. Aging with a TBI).
Role: Outpatient Neuropsychologist