Juliet Haarbauer-Krupa, PhD has 30 years of clinical experience in the area of acquired brain injury and has developed pediatric rehabilitation programs in three facilities.
She is a researcher/speech pathologist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and adjunct faculty in the Department of Pediatrics, Emory School of Medicine. Currently, she is a health scientist on the Traumatic Brain Injury Team, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
She is a co-author in the original textbook, Head Injury Rehabilitation: Children and Adolescents, and has previously published three chapters on cognitive rehabilitation for children and adolescents including a more recent article proposing a move toward more collaborative models of treatment that include schools, parents, and the children/adolescents.
She obtained her doctorate degree in Educational Psychology, with cognates in neuroscience and language development at Georgia State University in 2009. She is a researcher at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta where she is principal investigator for several research projects, including a NIDRR field initiated grant to investigate reading and language outcomes of preschool children with TBI, a pilot study to investigate transition to adulthood in adolescents with complex medical conditions, and a grant-funded transition program for teens with acquired brain injury.