Dr. Rosenbaum received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Hofstra University and has specialized in the field of brain injury rehabilitation for the past 15 years. She is currently the Director of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation at Park Terrace Care Center (PTCC), an inpatient brain injury rehabilitation facility in Queens, NY. She plays a leadership role in program development, interdisciplinary treatment planning, staff training and supervision. She was integrally involved in the creation of the center’s cognitive rehabilitation, coma recovery and coma management programs, and is responsible for the ongoing development and oversight of all aspects of these programs. Dr. Rosenbaum is also the Director of Research at PTCC, responsible for directing and coordinating all research collaborations and activities. She is an adjunct faculty member of Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s Pre-doctoral Internship Training Program in Rehabilitation Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology and serves as a TBI model systems collaborator for the NY TBI Model System at Mt. Sinai. Her clinical and research interests include disorders of consciousness, post-traumatic confusional disorders, cognitive rehabilitation, neuropsychological assessment, and psychotherapy after brain injury. Dr. Rosenbaum has published textbook chapters and peer reviewed manuscripts on traumatic brain injury treatments, disorders of consciousness, and cognitive rehabilitation, and her work has been presented internationally. She is also an author of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s (ACRM) “Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice”, and currently serves as co-editor and manual faculty co-chair for the upcoming second edition.