Danielle Ransom, PsyD
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose - 08/31/2020

Danielle Ransom, Psy.D., ABPP-CN
 

Dr. Ransom is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist in the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences and the Co-lead of the Multidisciplinary Concussion Clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She joined the medical staff at JHACH in 2019.

 

Dr. Ransom completed her clinical postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C., followed by a research postdoctoral fellowship in mild traumatic brain injury with the Safe Concussion, Outcome, Recovery & Education (SCORE) Program at Children’s National Hospital.

 

Before joining Johns Hopkins All Children’s, Dr. Ransom was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at the University Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine where she co-directed the Pediatric Concussion Clinic and developed the neuropsychology arm of the Sports Concussion Clinic.

 

Since joining JHACH, Dr. Ransom has evolved and led the inpatient and ambulatory traumatic brain injury neuropsychology consultation service. She additionally provides ambulatory neuropsychology services to patients with a range of medical, neurologic, and developmental conditions. She is an attending neuropsychologist in the neuropsychology fellowship and psychology internship programs. Dr. Ransom is also a founding member of the Sports Neuropsychological Society (SNS) and currently serves as chair of the Outreach Subcommittee.

 

Dr. Ransom’s seminal work exploring the academic effects of concussion and the role of telemedicine in pediatric neuropsychology have been published in prominent peer reviewed journals and featured in Time magazine. Her current research aims to examine evidence-based assessment paradigms to predict functional outcomes and inform clinical interventions for children and adolescents recovering from concussion/mild traumatic brain injury.