2018 Speakers

Richard Campbell, PhD
Session #9

Dr. Campbell is a pediatric neuropsychologist and professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the UNM School of Medicine. He was the Clinical Director for the Center of Neuropsychological Services for the UNM Hospitals for over 20 years and is currently Co-Director of the Clinical Core for the Center for Brain Recovery and Repair at the UNM Health Sciences Center. Clinical interests include neuropsychological assessment of children/adolescents with neurodevelopmental and chronic medical conditions (e.g., pediatric traumatic brain injury, ADHD, FASD, ASD, epilepsy, prematurity/low birth weight, spina bifida, and genetic disorders). He has been an investigator on NIH-funded research projects investigating the neuropsychological and neuroimaging correlates of neurodevelopmental disorders and pediatric traumatic brain injury. A major focus of Dr. Campbell’s current research is investigating the incidence of sports-related concussion in New Mexico youth and providing training to school and healthcare professionals regarding youth sports concussion management.