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Michelle Loman, PhD


Michelle M. Loman, PhD

Assistant Professor of Neurology


  • Medical College of Wisconsin
    Department of Neurology


Postdoctoral fellowship, Clinical Neuropsychology, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2012-2014
Predoctoral internship, Pediatric Neuropsychology and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Minnesota Medical School, 2011-2012

Honors and Awards

UM Institute of Child Development Small Grant Award (2010)
UM Center for Neurobehavioral Development Seed Grant Award (2010)
UM Center for Neurobehavioral Development Student Travel Award (2010, 2009)
Society for Research in Child Development Student Travel Award (2009)
Trainee, NIH T32 Institutional Training Grant (HD007151), Interdisciplinary Training Program in Cognitive Sciences, (2006-2008; 2008-2009)
International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology Young Investigator Award (2007)


PhD, University of Minnesota, 2012
MA, University of Minnesota, 2007

Research Interests

Michelle Loman, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Neurology (Division of Neuropsychology). She specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents with neurological, medical, and neurodevelopmental disorders with a particular focus on traumatic brain injury, congenital heart disease, and epilepsy. Her background includes research focusing on the effects of early deprivation on neurodevelopment in internationally adopted children. Her current research focuses on neuropsychological functioning in patients with epilepsy and patients with congenital heart disease. She is also involved in pediatric concussion research

Specialties and Subspecialties

Pediatric Neuropsychology
Traumatic Brain Injury
Congenital Heart Disease
Early Deprivation