Specializing in: Neuropsychological Assessment of Brain Injury, Dementia, and other neurologic syndromes; Treatment of individuals with brain dysfunction; Pre- and post-transplant neuropsychological and psychological assessment and treatment; Assessment and treatment of Mild Brain Injury; Forensic neuropsychological evaluation following brain injury
Dr. William Garmoe is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist (ABPP-CN) who serves as the Coordinator of Neuropsychology Services within the Psychology Department. He specializes in assessment and treatment of individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injury, aneurysm, dementia, and other neurologic syndromes.
Dr. Garmoe is also a Principal Investigator within the MedStar NRH Neuroscience Research Center, with research specialization in the area of self-awareness following brain injury. Dr. Garmoe is the chairman of the MedStar NRH Research Committee, serves on the MedStar Institutional Review Board, and is co-director of the MedStar NRH Bioethics Committee.
Garmoe, W., Newman, A., & O’Connell, M. (2005). Self-Awareness early following traumatic brain injury: Comparison of brain injury and orthopedic inpatients using the Functional Self-Assessment Scale (FSAS). Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 20(4), 348-358.
O’Connell, M., Garmoe, W., & Goldstein, N. (2005). Miranda comprehension in adults with mental retardation and the effects of feedback style on suggestibility. Law and Human Behavior, 29(3), 359-369.
Garmoe, W. Neurocognitive issues in transplantation (2002). In S. A. Cupples & L. Ohler (eds.), Solid Organ Transplantation: A Handbook for Primary Health Care Providers, New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Newman, A. C., Garmoe, W., Beatty, P., & Ziccardi, M. (2000). Self-awareness of traumatically brain injured patients in the acute inpatient rehabilitation setting. Brain Injury, 14(4), 333-344.
Bleiberg, J., Kane, R. L., Reeves, D. L, Garmoe, W. S., Halpern, E. (2000) Factor analysis of computerized and traditional tests used in mild brain injury research. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 14(3), 287-294.
Bleiberg, J., Garmoe, W., Halpern, E., Reeves, D., & Nadler, J. (1997). Consistency of Within-day and across-day performance after mild brain injury. Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology, 10(4), 247-253.
Garmoe, W.S., Newman, A.C., & Bleiberg, J. (1994). Neurobehavioral aspects of normal aging and stroke rehabilitation. In M. Ozer & R. Matterson (eds.), Rehabilitation of Persons With Stroke. St. Louis: Mosby.
Bleiberg, J., Garmoe, W., Cederquist, J., Reeves, D., & Lux, W. (1993). Effects of Dexedrine on performance consistency following brain injury: A double-blind placebo crossover case study. Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology, 6(4), 245-248.
Bleiberg, J., Lux, W., Garmoe, W. S., Reeves, D., Hegge, F, & Cederquist, J. (1992). A procedure for assessing and monitoring cognitive enhancement and cognitive degradation secondary to pharmacotherapy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 73(10).
Garmoe, W.S., Schefft, B.K., & Moses, J.A., Jr. (1991). Evaluation of the diagnostic validity of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery, Form II. International Journal of Neuroscience, 59, 231-239.