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Herrmann, Amanda A., PhD uri icon
Research Fellow

Positions

Joined the Institute: 2018

Education and training: PhD, Medical University of South Carolina; MS, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Overview/research interests: Dr. Herrmann’s research interests include neurorehabilitation research – improving rehabilitation outcomes for patients with neurological disorders.

Current research activities and funding:

Principal Investigator:

  • Acupuncture Treatment for Chronic Post-traumatic Headache in Individuals with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Funder: Minnesota Office of Higher Education

Co-Investigator:

  • Optimization of a Shared Decision Making Process for Initiation of Early Enteral Nutrition Intervention in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Funder: Regions Hospital Research, Education, and Development (RED) Fund. PI: Dr. Guarav Guliani
  • Evaluation of the Pre-Operative Pain Consult (PoPC). Funder: Regions Hospital RED Fund. PI: Dr. Isaac Marsolek
  • Development and Implementation of Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Practice Guidelines for Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation. Funder: Regions Hospital RED Fund. PI: Dr. Rebecca Koerner
  • Comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation Feasibility after Stroke – CCR FAST. Funder: Regions Hospital RED Fund. PI: Dr. Haitham Hussein
  • Potentially Preventable Readmissions of Stroke Patients after Inpatient Rehabilitation. Funder: Regions Hospital RED Fund. PI: Dr. Gretchen Niemioja
  • Implementation of the Pittsburgh Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD) Index for Earlier Identification and Treatment of VCD. Funder: Regions Hospital Research, Education, and Development (RED) Fund. PI: Dr. Charlene McEvoy
  • Identifying racial and ethnic outcome disparities after discharge from acute inpatient rehabilitation. Funder: Regions Hospital Research, Education, and Development (RED) Fund. PI: Dr. Steven Jackson

Publications

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