Christina Weyer Jamora, PhD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Neurological Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    Indiana University , SoutheastBSN1999Nursing minor Psychology
    California School of Professional Psychology, San FranciscoPhD2006Clinical Psychology
    UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital, San FranciscoPostdoctoral fellowship2008Clinical Neuropsychology
    San Francisco Clinical Neurosciences, San FranciscoPostdoctoral Fellowship2008Clinical Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2018Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    Indiana Universary2015Alumni Award of Excellence
    Indiana Universary2001Dean's List
    Indiana Universary2001Perserverance Award
    Indiana Universary2001Outstanding Student of the Year

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    1. Hurstak, E., Johnson, J., Tieu, L., Guzman, D., Ponath, C., Lee, C., Weyer Jamora, C., & Kushel, M.Factors associated with cognitive impairment in a cohort of older homeless adults: Results from the HOPE HOME study. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2017; (178):562-570.
    2. Weyer Jamora, C, & Ruff, R.Neuropsychological Formulation. Decisional capacity in the traumatically injured. 2015.
    3. Weyer Jamora C, Schroeder SC, Ruff RM. Pain and mild traumatic brain injury: the implications of pain severity on emotional and cognitive functioning. Brain Inj. 2013; 27(10):1134-40. PMID: 23895398.
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    4. Weyer Jamora, C., Schroeder, S., & Ruff, R.Pain and mild traumatic brain injury: The implications of pain severity on emotional and cognitive functioning. Brain Injury. 2013; (27):1134-1140.
    5. Weyer Jamora, C, & Ruff, R.The Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders. Traumatic Brain Injury. 2012.
    6. Ruff, R., Ruff, S., & Weyer Jamora, C.The Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders. Shaken Baby Syndrome. 2012.
    7. Jamora CW, Young A, Ruff RM. Comparison of subjective cognitive complaints with neuropsychological tests in individuals with mild vs more severe traumatic brain injuries. Brain Inj. 2012; 26(1):36-47. PMID: 22149443.
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    8. Ruff, R. & Weyer Jamora, C.International Association of Applied Psychology Handbook of Applied Psychology. Clinical Neuropsychology. 2011.
    9. Ruff, R. & Weyer Jamora, C.Myths and mild traumatic brain injury. Psychology, Injury, and Law. 2009; 2(2):34-42.
    10. Ruff, R., & Weyer Jamora, C.Forensic neuropsychology and mild traumatic brain injury. Psychology, Injury and Law. 2008; (2):122-137.
    11. Weyer Jamora, C., Ruff, R., & Connor, B.Geratric Neuropsychology: Considerations for frontline clinicians. Neurorehabilitation. 2008; 5(23):381-394.
    12. Johannson, S., Weyer Jamora, C., Ruff, R., & Pack, N.Comorbid factors associated with anger reactions in traumatic brain injured patients. Brain Injury. 2008; (22):999-1006.