Dr. Shapiro earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology and women’s studies from the University of Michigan in 2012 and completed her postdoctoral training in neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology at the University of Michigan in 2014. She then joined the faculty in PM&R where she provides neuropsychological and developmental assessment services to children with a wide range of medical and neurodevelopmental conditions. She obtained board certification in clinical neuropsychology in 2018 and sub-specialty board certification in pediatric neuropsychology in 2019, both through the American Board of Professional Psychology. Her research interests include clinical research methods, and particularly Internet-based research methods, and factors that impact well-being among trainees in psychology. She is the Director of Clinical Training for the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology and serves on multiple national committees related to training in neuropsychology. For example, she serves on the Board of Directors and the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion for the Association for Postdoctoral Programs in Neuropsychology as well as the Education Advisory Committee for the Society of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Medical School or Training
University of Michigan, 2012
University of Michigan, Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology, 2014