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Kathleen Brady, Ph.D.
Kennedy Krieger Institute
1750 E. Fairmount Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (443) 923-4572
Dr. Kathleen Brady is a pediatric neuropsychologist and researcher in the Department of Clinical Neuropsychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. She is also a part-time assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Dr. Brady received her doctoral degree in developmental psychology from the George Washington University in 1990. She then completed a clinical post-doctoral fellowship in developmental disabilities and an NIH-funded research post-doctoral fellowship in traumatic brain injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute. She is a licensed psychologist in Maryland and a member of the International Neuropsychological Society, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, the American Psychological Association, the Maryland Psychological Association, the National Brain Association, and the Brain Injury Association of Maryland.
Dr. Brady has provided neuropsychological services, including evaluations, parent, staff, and school consultations, and intervention and has participated in supervision of trainees in neuropsychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute since 1995. She previously provided neuropsychological services to the KKI Schools Program, and was part of the original team that established the innovative Specialized Transition Program in the KKI Rehabilitation continuum. Dr. Brady currently provides outpatient neuropsychological evaluations and consultation for children with a full range of acquired and developmental neurological disorders through the Department of Neuropsychology.
Dr. Brady's research interests focus on the cognitive and behavioral effects of acquired and congenital neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly traumatic brain injury. She is also interested in developing and evaluating interventions based on neuropsychological principles of brain-behavior relationships. Dr. Brady is currently co-investigator on a Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions IRB-approved research project entitled Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for Children with Hemiparesis: Outcomes of a Clinical Trial.