This interview is a live presentation that was presented at the 3rd Annual Rusk Research Symposium during the summer. The title of the talk is: Characteristics of Firearm Brain Injury Survivors in the Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems (TBIMS) National Database: A Comparison of Assault and Self-Inflicted Injury Survivors.
Please excuse any quality issues during this live presentation.
Valerie Ellois, PhD, is a second-year ARRT psychology postdoctoral fellow in rehabilitation research. Her research interests include problematic substance use, emotional dysregulation, suicidality, and health disparities in acquired brain injury. She has presented at several national conferences and has held leadership roles within Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and the APA. She is a recipient of the APA Division of Rehab Psychology Research Travel Award for the research she is presenting.