Nationally-renowned neuropsychologist, Dr. Michael Raymond, will address students, athletes, educators and health professionals at an upcoming lecture at Wyoming Seminary. The seminar, titled “Concussions: The Science of Injury and Recovery” will take place on Thursday, March 19th at 7:00 p.m. in Wyoming Seminary’s Upper School Kirby Center for Creative Arts, N. Sprague Street in Kingston.
The seminar, which is open to the public, is part of a series presented by the Louis Maslow STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) School at Wyoming Seminary. The Louis Maslow Stem School was developed by Rachel Bartron, STEM School Director.
Dr. Michael Raymond Raymond is a leading researcher and expert in the field of cognitive development, brain injury and a certified ImPACT Test concussion specialist. He has served as Director of Clinical/Forensic Neuropsychology and Clinical Director of the Brain Injury Program and Sports Concussion Program at Heinz Rehab for the past 26 years. Dr. Raymond has lectured both nationally and internationally and has authored and co-authored numerous peer-reviewed publications related to neuropsychological assessment, forensic neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, brain injury rehabilitation and other neurological disorders.
Participants of “Concussion: The Science of Injury and Recovery” will be educated on the epidemiology and pathophysiology of mild traumatic brain injuries and concussions, current standardized assessment techniques and the significance of return-to-play protocol. For more information or to register, call Rachel Bartron at 570.270.2192.