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Leonard Diller

Leonard Diller

Research Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Keywords
brain damage rehabilitation
Summary

PROJECT DIRECTOR OF FUNDED RESEARCH AND TRAINING GRANTS:

1. Graduate Training in Clinical Psychology, NIMH Grant #5T01 MHO6401- 127, 1956-1985; MHO 18704, 1986-1989.

2. Principal Investigator on projects sponsored by the designation of NYU Medical Center as a Research and Training Center (RTC-#1) 1963-1982;NationalInstitute of Handicapped Research, Dept. Education.

3. Graduate Training in Rehabilitation Psychology, RSA, Department of Education, Grant #HY-P-10085/2-17, 1964-1988

4. Psychological & Educational Studies with Spina Bifida Children, Dept of Education, Grant #32-42-8145-5020, 1965-1968.

5. Relearning Motor Skills in Hemiplegia: An Error Analysis, NIH, 1966-1967

6. Studies in Cognition and Rehabilitation in Hemiplegia, Social RehabilitationServices,HEW-RD-2666-P,1967-1970.

7. Response Patterns in Brain Damaged Children and Teaching Styles, U.S. Office of Education, Grant #OEG-O-70-3361 and the Easter Seal Society, 1970-1973.

8. Further Studies in the Remediation of Brain Damage, NIH-NINCDS-#NS10236-01-10 1972-1982.

9. Demonstration of Benefits of Early Identification of Psychological Problems and Early Intervention Toward Rehabilitation of Cancer Patients. NIH-NCI Grant #NO1-CN-55188, 1975-1979.

10. Mental Health Research and Evaluation Rehabilitation, NIMH Grant #732-MH14282, 1975-1978.

11. Rehabilitation Indicators: Field Test NIHR Grant #12-P-59047, 1977-1982.

12. Remediation in Brain Damage, Samuel H. Berger and Katherine B. Berger Foundation, Inc. 1978-1980

13. Severe Head Trauma: A comprehensive medical approach to rehabilitation, National Institute of Handicapped Research, Grant # 13-5562309-4, 1978-1982

14. Co PI Activity Patterns of Normal and Physically Disabled Children and Their Families, William T. Grant Foundation, Grant #81075181, 1981-1984.

15. Improving Rehabilitation Potential in Brain Trauma and Stroke Victims, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, NYU Medical Center, National Institute of Disability & Rehabilitation Research, Grant #G 00800039,Project 133-JH- 50003, 1983-1987; H-133-B-80028, 1988-1993

16. CO-PI, NYU Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems - NIDRR, 1986-1991

17. Psychological & Social Adjustment After Stroke, NIDRR, Grant # H133 A 80057, 1988-1991

18. Demonstration of Rehabilitation Indicators in Clinical Management. Culpepper Foundation, 1983-1988 19. Problem Solving In Individuals With Acquired Brain Injury: NICHD 1996-2002 20. Multi disciplinary training in research in rehabilitation medicine NICHD T32 - HDO7412, 1992-1997 21. Methods of reducing anxiety in vestibular patients . Langeloth Fdtn 2003-2005 22. Further studies in problem solving in individuals with acquired brain injury, NICHD , 2006-2011

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Research Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Director of Psychology

Cho, Young Susan; Sohlberg, McKay Moore; Albin, Richard; Diller, Leonard; Horner, Robert; Rath, Joseph; Bullis, Michael

Neuropsychological rehabilitation. 2017 Jul 11; 1-18

Bertisch, Hilary C; Long, Coralynn; Langenbahn, Donna M; Rath, Joseph F; Diller, Leonard; Ashman, Teresa

Rehabilitation psychology. 2013 Nov; 58(4):429-35

Flanagan, Steven R; Diller, Leonard

PM&R. 2013 May; 5(5):355-9

Bertisch, Hilary; Rath, Joseph F; Langenbahn, Donna M; Sherr, Rose Lynn; Diller, Leonard

Journal for specialists in group work. 2011; 36(4):264-277

Miles, Laura; Grossman, Robert I; Johnson, Glyn; Babb, James S; Diller, Leonard; Inglese, Matilde

Brain injury. 2008 Feb; 22(2):115-22

Inglese, Matilde; Grossman, Robert I; Diller, Leonard; Babb, James S; Gonen, Oded; Silver, Jonathan M A; Rusinek, Henry

Brain injury. 2006 Jan; 20(1):15-21

Diller, Leonard

Archives of physical medicine & rehabilitation. 2005 Jun; 86(6):1075-80