Amanda Winter-Greenberg, Ph.D., ABPP
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology
Courtesy Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Ph.D., School Psychology
The University of Texas at Austin
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Pediatric Neuropsychology
Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital
Internship, Pediatric Neuropsychology
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Mailman Center for Child Development
Amanda Winter-Greenberg, Ph.D. ABPP, is a pediatric neuropsychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Neurology. She is a licensed psychologist with board certification in clinical neuropsychology.
Winter-Greenberg specializes in the neuropsychological evaluation of children with complex medical conditions, including a variety of medical disorders that affect neurological functioning and development such as prematurity/low birth weight, genetic disorders, epilepsy, stroke, brain injury, hematological disorders, leukemia, brain tumors, demyelinating diseases, encephalitis, congenital heart defects, chronic renal failure, craniofacial abnormalities, histiocytosis, metabolic storage disorders and perinatally acquired HIV.
Winter-Greenberg is the neuropsychologist at the Dell Children’s Medical Center’s Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic. She is also the co-training director of the APPCN member neuropsychology residency program at Dell Medical school and is the Texas Child Study Center’s neuropsychology track supervisor for their APPIC member pre-doctoral psychology internship. Her research interests include risk and protective factors for neurocognitive functioning in children with complex medical conditions.
Earl Jennings Fellowship
The University of Texas at Austin, 2005-2006
Tulane University, 2001-2004