Curriculum VitaeJune 2021Carol L. n:1971-751976-81B.A. Vassar College, New York (Psychology)M.A., Ph.D. The Wright Institute (Berkeley),California (Clinical Psychology)Postgraduate Fellowship Appointments:1981-821982-83Fellowship, Neuropsychology, Western Reserve Psychiatric HabilitationCenter, Northfield, OhioFellowship, Neuropsychology, Ohio Industrial Commission, RehabilitationDivision, Dept. of Health Psychology, Columbus, OhioFaculty istant Professor, University of Pennsylvania Medical School,Department of NeurologyAssociate Professor (adjunct), Drexel University/Hahnemann University,Graduate Neuropsychology Program (Asst. Prof 1993-2006)Assistant Professor (adjunct), University of Pennsylvania Medical School,Department of NeurologyAssociate Professor (adjunct), University of Pennsylvania Medical School,Department of PediatricsHospital 2004-162010-16Chief of Neuropsychology Lab., Assistant Director of Psychology,Coordinator of Brain Injury Program, Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital,Malvern, PennsylvaniaCo-Director, Cognitive Neurology Program, Dept. of Neurology, Universityof Pennsylvania Medical Center, PhiladelphiaMember of the Abramson Cancer Center, University of PennsylvaniaAssociate Member, Joseph Stokes Research Institute, Neuropsychologist,Mind Brain Research Affinity Group, Children’s Hospital of PhiladelphiaConsultant Neuropsychologist, St. Vianney Center, psychiatric hospital,Downingtown, PANeuropsychologist, Neuro-Oncology Program, Children's Hospital ofPhiladelphiaDirector of Neuropsychology Laboratory and Infant Cognition Laboratory,Neuro-Oncology Program, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia1

Administrative Appointments and Positions:1996-pres1993-2017Director, Mnem Neuropsychology, Malvern, PennsylvaniaNeuropsychologist, University of Pennsylvania School of MedicinePractice Office Address:Licensure:1982-901984-presAwards and 00420142015Mnem Neuropsychology4023 Howell RoadMalvern, PA 19355Tel: 610-408-9944Licensed Psychologist, Ohio #3356Licensed Psychologist, Pennsylvania #PS-4399-LNational Merit ScholarNew York State Regents ScholarVassar College Graduate Research ScholarNational Brain Injury Association, Brain Injury Rehabilitation ProgramNational AwardFellow, National Academy of NeuropsychologyNational Institutes of Health Scientific Review Section,Psychopathology, Developmental Disabilities, Stress and AgingDiplomate, American Board of Professional NeuropsychologyInternational Liaison Committee of the InternationalNeuropsychology Society, Research Editing Consulting ProgramFellow, American Psychological Association, Division 40, Societyof Clinical NeuropsychologyConsultant to U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and TrainingAdministration, National Center for O*NET.Membership in Professional and Scientific Societies:American Psychological Association, Div. 40 (Society of Clinical Neuropsychology)International Neuropsychology SocietyInternational Liaison Committee of the INS, Research Editing Consulting ProgramNational Academy of Neuropsychology, FellowPhiladelphia Neuropsychology Society (1986-1989 - Board of Directors)Pennsylvania Psychological AssociationEditorial Positions:Associate Editor, Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology, 11/2016 – presentEditorial Board, Neuropsychology Review, 12/2011 – 2015Editorial Board, Neuropsychology, 1986-1992Ad hoc editor for British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, ChildNeuropsychology; Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology; Journal of the InternationalNeuropsychology Society; Journal of Rheumatology; Lancet-Neurology; Neuro-Oncology;2

Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology; Neuropsychologia;Neuropsychology; Pediatric Psychology; Perceptual and Motor Skills; Rehabilitation Psychology.Major University Teaching Responsibilities1.Director/supervisor of Post-Doctoral and Pre-Doctoral Fellowships/Practicums inNeuropsychology/Cognitive Neurology at the Hospital of the University ofPennsylvania, 1989-96, and at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Div. ofNeurology, 1998-2005 and Division of Oncology, 2005-2016.2.Undergraduate theses or research projects (6), M.A. theses (3), Ph.D. dissertationprimary research supervisor (6), Post-doctoral Fellowship research mentor (7),1993-pres.3.Lecturer in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience (Neurology, NeuroOncology)4.Instructor in Neuropsychology, University of Pennsylvania, Spring semester, 1996:Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology, a cognitive neuropsychology andneuroscience post-graduate course for the Department of Psychology and theBiological Bases of Behavior Program.5.Instructor in Clinical Psychology, Hahnemann University, Fall 1997, Fall 1998:Intellectual Assessment for the Masters program in Clinical Psychology.Grant 1998-031998-992002-03Principal Investigator, Adaptation to Prolonged Stress, VassarCollege Graduate Research Grant.Co-Investigator, Quantitative Assessment of the Impact of ClinicalTrials in Multiple Sclerosis, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Grant#RG2109B, (No salary support).Investigator; Brain electrical and hemodynamic correlates ofanatomic lesions in acute head injury, #RDP/CCR 304551-03,Center for Disease ControlCo-Principal Investigator, Local cerebral glucose metabolism inman, Neuropsychological Core #RO1 NS14867, National Institutesof Health.Principal Investigator, Effects of radiation therapy on the integrity ofbrain-behavior functions in adults, IRG-135N, American CancerSocietyInvestigator, Clinical Initiative in Cognitive Dysfunction andDepression in the Elderly, Dana Foundation.Principle Investigator, Effects of radiotherapy on brain functions in adults,RO1-CA65438, National Cancer InstituteMinority Post-Doctoral Training Supplement Grant, Effects ofradiotherapy on brain functions in adults, RO1-CA65438, National CancerInstitutePrincipal Investigator, American Brain Tumor Association, conferencegrant3

013-162015-162010-17Principal Investigator, Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation of the U.S.,conference grantPrincipal Investigator, The Brain Tumor Society, conference grantInvestigator, Foerderer Program Grant, “Radiation Brain Injury: Structuraland Functional Neurotoxic Effects of Therapeutic Radiation for ChildhoodBrain Tumors.” The Children's Hospital of PhiladelphiaInvestigator, U.S. Dept. of Defense, Army Medical Research, Effectiveinnovative therapies for children and adults with neurofibromatosis type1 (NF1).Investigator. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia CHP 693 v.4. Lowdose Radiation Therapy and Combination Chemotherapy followingSurgery in Treating Children with Newly Diagnosed PrimitiveNeuroectodermal tumor or Medulloblastoma.Investigator. U.S. Dept. of Defense. Medical Research Programs.Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) Clinical Trials Consortium. Arandomized placebo-controlled study of Lovostatin in children withneurofibromatosis type 1.Investigator. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. CHP 860 SJMB03Treatment of Patients with Newly Diagnosed Medulloblastoma,Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor, or Atypical TeratoidRhabdoid Tumor.Principal Investigator. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and theChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia Center for Childhood CancerResearch. Proton Therapy Effects on Cognitive Development in Infantswith Brain TumorsInvestigator. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. A clinical andMolecular Risk-Directed Therapy for Newly Diagnosed Medulloblastoma(SJMB12).Principal Investigator of CHOP site, U.S. Dept. of Defense MedicalResearch Programs W81XWH-09-2-0174. Detection of Vascular andNeuronal Changes and their Correlation to Neurocognitive ChangesFollowing Proton and Photon Radiotherapy in Patients Receiving SkullBase and Brain Radiation.Conferences/Symposia Organized1992200120022016Symposium: “Anatomic dynamism of cognitive deficits in dementia”.American Psychological Association, Washington, DCSymposium: “Neuroimaging of the White Matter of the Brain”. Toronto, Canada,International Neuropsychological Society Annual Conference.Conference (Organizer, Program Chair, and Presenter): “Effects of Radiotherapyon Brain and Behavior through the Life Span”, The Children’s Hospital ofPhiladelphia international conference, Puerto RicoSymposium: “Advances in Understanding the Organization andCognitive/Behavioral Functions of the Cerebellum”. Boston, MA, InternationalNeuropsychology Society Annual Conference.4

Invited Lectures:1984 A theory of cognitive recovery following head injury: Application to the useof computers in cognitive retraining. Veterans Administration MedicalCenter: Approaches to Cognitive retraining, Coatesville, PA.1984 The neuropsychology of learning and mainstreaming the head injuredstudent. Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital: Mainstreaming the HeadInjured Student conference, Malvern, PA1984 The behavioral management of the head injured patient. Bryn MawrRehabilitation Hospital: Traumatic Brain Injury Comprehensive NursingCare Conference, Valley Forge, PA.1985 Development of a cognitive retraining program: From theory to application.Braintree Hospital: Sixth Annual Traumatic Head Injury Conference,Boston, MA.1985 The effects of head injury on learning: New roles for both the head injuredand the family. Maryland Head Injury Foundation First AnnualConference, Bethesda, MD.1986 Empirical explanations for brain recovery during cognitive rehabilitation:.Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital: A Multidimensional Approach toBehavioral Management of the Brain Injured Adult, Malvern, PA.1987 "The 3 D's of head injury: Denial, depression and deficits. New York StateHead Injury Association fifth Annual Statewide Conference, Albany, NY.1987 Personality characteristics of the brain injured in the context of chronicdisability". National Head Injury Foundation Conference, San Diego, CA.1988 Screening for organic deficits. Continuing Education Program, VeteransAdministration Medical Center, Coatesville, PA.1988 Designing behavioral programs for transitional living units: Developmentand evaluation. The Postgraduate Course on Rehabilitation of the BrainInjured Adult and Child, Medical College of Virginia, Williamsburg, Va.1990 Neuropsychological problems of compression, decompression, and highaltitudes. Institute for Environmental Medicine, University ofPennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.1990 Using neuropsychologists as expert witnesses. American Trial LawyersAssociation Seminar on Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Cases,Philadelphia, PA.1991 The assessment and diagnosis of the consequences of traumatic brain injury.The Maryland Head Injury Foundation Seminar, Baltimore, MD.1992 Pathological Personality Patterns after Brain Lesions. Grand Rounds,Department of Rehabilitation, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.1993 Neuropsychology of Human Emotion. Institute for Graduate ClinicalPsychology, Widener University, Chester, PA.1993 Frontal Lobe Dementia - Neuropsychology Grand Rounds, University ofPennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA5

1994 Auditory Selective Attention. Patterns in normal subjects and in neurologicalgroups. Cognitive Neurosciences Series, Temple University.1994 Memory patterns in Geriatric Neurological Disorders and Normal Aging.Good Samaritan Medical Center, Pottstown, PA.1995 Cognitive Neuropsychological Mechanisms of Memory Disorders in PatientPopulations, and Normal Aging, Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology,Widener University, PA.1995 Cognition and Memory in Aging. Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society,Philadelphia, PA1995 Neurodiagnosis, Neuropsychological Evidence, and Functional Outcome ofHead Injury. Florida Trial Lawyers Association, Orlando, FL.1996 Paradoxes of Cognition in Aging: Why is Wisdom not enough?Pennsylvania Psychological Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.1996 What is Cognitive Rehabilitation and Why Are We Doing It? GraduateClinical Psychology, Univ. of Pennsylvania1997 Cognitive findings in Multiple Sclerosis, expectations, and behavioraltreatment options. MS Society, Cherry Hill, NJ1997 Cognitive effects of radiation therapy. Grand Rounds of the NeurologicalInstitute, University of Pennsylvania1998 Cognitive Effects of White Matter Disease. National Academy ofNeuropsychology Conference, Washington, D.C.1999 Effects of Radiotherapy on Brain Functions: Cognition. Children’s Hospitalof Philadelphia.2000 Cognition and the Brain ‘s White Matter. Northern CaliforniaNeuropsychology Forum Annual Conference (full day speaker).2000 Can neuropsychology differentiate white matter from gray matter disorders?Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Assessment Seminar.2000 Early-delayed and late-delayed effects of radiotherapy on cognitive anddepression. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Clinical NeuroscienceConference2001 Memory Systems. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Assessment Seminar.2001 White Matter Damage and Its Impact on Cognition: Process vs. Content.Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society, 2001 Francis Fields MemorialColloquium.2001 Cognitive and behavioral effects of carbon monoxide exposure pre- and postnatally. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Psychology Peer ReviewConference.2002 Theory to Practice: Using Cognitive Theory to Understand Neurological andNeurobehavioral Disorders. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,Clinical Neuroscience Conference.2002 Significance of Effects of Delayed Phases of XRT on Cognition Implications for the Differential Vulnerability of Cognitive Systems. TheChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia conference, “Effects of Radiotherapy onBrain and Behavior through the Life Span”, Puerto Rico.2002 Magnetization Transfer Imaging Studies of Brain Regions in Healthy Adultsand Neuro-Oncology Patients. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia6

10201120112011201220122013conference, Effects of Radiotherapy on Brain and Behavior through the LifeSpan, Puerto Rico.Managing the Cognitive Effects of MS. MS Society, Philadelphia.Cognitive dysfunction caused by multiple sclerosis. MS Society,PhiladelphiaWhat we have learned about radiotherapy injury to the brain. Long IslandJewish Medical Center, Schneider Children's Hospital Grand Rounds, NewYork.Fundamentals of the neural plasticity of development. Continuing EducationJournal Club lecture, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Dept. ofPsychologyNeuropsychology in Oncology: Clinical and Research Issues for Pediatricand Adult Studies. Continuing Education Workshop, InternationalNeuropsychology Society Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.Mechanisms for radiation induced damage to cognitive systems. JosephStokes Research Institute Annual Scientific Symposium, The Children’sHospital of Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr, PA.Temporal Patterns of Radiotherapy-induced Cognitive Injury. PrimaryCentral Nervous System Lymphoma (PCNL) Association, InternationalPCNL Collaborative Group, Lugano, SwitzerlandNeuropsychological Function following Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Tumors.University of Pennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center and the Brain Tumor Society:Brain Tumors: Confronting the challenge together. Philadelphia, PAExecutive Dysfunction: How we manage complexity, novelty, conflict, and drive.Main Line Rehabilitation Associates, Annual Conference, Malvern, PA.Attention and Concentration. Main Line Rehabilitation Associates, Exton, PA.Radiotherapy Damage Affects Semantic Memory Networks. InternationalNeuropsychology Society Annual Conference, Acapulco, Mexico.Beyond Cognitive Impairments: Neuropsychiatric Disorders in Pediatric NeuroOncology. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Psychology Dept. March, 2010Cerebellar Functions: The Silent Partner. University of Pennsylvania, Departmentof Psychiatry, Brain-Behavior Laboratory Grand Rounds Seminar. November,2010Developmental Neurofibromatosis 1. Children’s Tumor Foundation and TheChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Neurofibromatosis Symposium. 10/2/11.Engaging with Medical Philanthropy. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,Psychology Department Seminars. 10/21/11.Neuropsychological Outcome and Neurological Mechanisms of ChildhoodRT and Chemotherapy. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,Neuropsychology Seminar. 12/20/11.Diagnosing Neurobehavioral Dysfunction Related to Pediatric CerebellarInjury. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Psychology Series. 2/10/12.Neuropsychological Testing in Pediatric Brain Tumors. University ofPennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center conference, “Focus on BrainCancer: Discovery to Recovery”, 9/21/12.The Nature of Attention. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,Neuropsychology Seminar (CE workshop), 1/23/13.7

2013 Specificity of the Cognitive Response to Irradiation: Longitudinal Patterns.Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Brain Tumor Program ResearchSeminar, 3/1/13.2014 Quality of Life and Neurocognitive Function in Brain Tumor Survivors.Penn Oncology Neurosurgery Symposium, June 6, 2014.2015 Quality of Life and Neurocognitive Function in Brain Tumor Survivors:Long-term cognitive outcomes across the lifespan, depression,rehabilitation. Penn Oncology Neurosurgery Symposium – Brain Tumors2015: Bridging Precision Science and Personalized Medicine. Philadelphia,April 10, 2015.2015 Positive Outcomes: Translational Studies to Identify Phasic Injury andRecovery of Cognitive Function after Irradiation of Pediatric Brain Tumors.The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute ScientificSymposium, May 5, 2015.2016 Effects of Time on Quality of Life, and QOL Effects on Survival. PennOncology Neurosurgery Symposium – Brain Tumors 2016: InnovationMeets Best Practices. Philadelphia, May 13, 2016.Bibliography:Research Publications, peer-reviewed:Armstrong, C. Psychological and Cognitive Long-Term Dynamics of Mild Head Injuries: A CaseStudy. Neuropsychology, 1987, 1, 15-19.Armstrong, C. Luria's Theory Of Brain Function Recovery with Applications to the Use ofComputers in Cognitive Retraining. Cognitive Rehabilitation, 1989, 7, (1), 10-15.Armstrong, C. Emotional Changes Following Brain Injury: Psychological and NeurologicalComponents of Depression and Denial. Journal of Rehabilitation, 1991, 57 (2), 15-22.Armstrong, C., Mollman, J., Corn, B., Alavi, J., Grossman, M. The Effects of Radiation Therapyon Adult Brain Functioning: Evidence for a Rebound Phenomenon in a Phase I Trial.Neurology, 1993,43,1961-65.Grossman, M, Armstrong, C, Onishi, K, Thompson, H, Schaefer, B, Cohen, J, et al. Patterns ofcognitive impairment in relapsing-remitting and chronic progressive multiple sclerosis .Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology, 1994, 7 (3), 194-210.Armstrong, C. Longitudinal Neuropsychological Effects of N- Hexane Exposure: NeurotoxicEffects Versus Depression. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 1995,10, 1-19.Armstrong, C., Ruffer, J., Corn, B., DeVries, K., Mollman, J. Biphasic Patterns of MemoryDeficits Following Moderate Dose/Partial Brain Irradiation: NeuropsychologicalOutcome and Proposed Mechanisms. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 1995,13 (9), 2263-71.8

D'Esposito, M., Onishi, K., Thompson, H., Robinson, K., Armstrong, C., Grossman, M. WorkingMemory Impairments In Multiple Sclerosis: Evidence From A Dual-Task Paradigm.Neuropsychology,1996,10, 51-6.Armstrong, C., Onishi, K., Robinson, K., D'Esposito, M., Thompson, H., Rostami, A., Grossman,M. Serial Position and Temporal Cue Effects in Multiple Sclerosis: Two Subtypes ofDefective Memory Mechanisms. Neuropsychologia,1996, 34(9), 853-62.Robinson KM, Thompson H, Onishi K, DEsposito M, Armstrong C, Grossman M. Textcomprehension difficulty and slowed information processing in multiple sclerosis.Brain and Cognition 1996, 30(3),291-294.Armstrong, C. Selective Versus Sustained Attention: A Continuous Performance Test Revisited.The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 1997, 11(1), 18-33.Armstrong, C., Lewis, T., D'Esposito, M., Freundlich, B. Eosinophilia Myalgia Syndrome(EMS): Selective Cognitive Impairment, Longitudinal Effects and NeuroimagingFindings. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry.1997, 63, 633-41.Armstrong, C. and Cloud, B. The Emergence of Spatial Rotation Deficits in Dementia andNormal Aging. Neuropsychology, 1998, 12(2),208-17.van Buchem, M.A., Grossman, R.I., Armstrong, C., Polansky, M., Miki, Y., Heyning, F.H., et al.Correlation of Volumetric Magnetization Transfer Imaging with Clinical Data in MultipleSclerosis. Neurology, 1998,50,1609-17.Armstrong, C., Corn, B., Ruffer, J., Pruitt, A., Mollman, J., Phillips, P. Radiotherapeutic Effectson Brain Function: Double Dissociation of Memory Systems. Neuropsychiatry,Neuropsychology, Behavioral Neurology, 2000,13(2), 101-11.Armstrong, C., Stern, C.H., Ruffer, J., Corn, B. Memory Performance Used to Detect RadiationEffects on Cognitive Functioning. Applied Neuropsychology, 2001, 8(3), 129-39.Armstrong, C.L., Goldstein, B., Cohen, B., Jo, M-Y., Tallent, E. Clinical Predictors of Depressionin Patients with Low-Grade Brain Tumors: Consideration of a Neurologic versus aPsychogenic Model. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 2002;9(2):97-107.Armstrong, C., Hunter, J., Ledakis, G., Goldstein, B., Cohen, B., Tallent, E., Tochner, Z., Lustig,R., Judy,K., Pruitt, A., Mollman, J., Stanczak, E., Jo, M-Y, le Than, T., Phillips, P. LateCognitive and Radiographic Changes Related to Radiotherapy: Initial ProspectiveFindings. Neurology, 2002;59: 40-8.Armstrong, C.L., Goldstein, B., Shera, D., Ledakis, G.E., Tallent, E.M. The Predictive Value ofLongitudinal Neuropsychological Assessment in the Early Detection of Brain TumorRecurrence. Cancer, 2003;97(3):649-56.9

Goldstein, B., Armstrong, C.L., John, C. Neuropsychological Effects of Intracranial Tumors onAttention. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 2003;25(1), 66-78.Seiler, C. B., Armstrong, C.L. The Effects of Radiotherapy on Brain and Behavior through theLife Span. Medical and Pediatric Oncology, 2003;41:460-466.Goldstein, B, Armstrong, CL, Modestino, E, Ledakis, GE, John, C, Hunter, JV. Picture and wordrecognition memory in adult intracranial tumor patients. Brain and Cognition, 2004;54:16.Goldstein, B., Obrzut, J. E., John, C., Ledakis, G., and Armstrong, C. L. The impact of frontal andnon-frontal brain tumor lesions on Wisconsin Card Sorting Test performance. Brain andCognition, 2004;54:110-116.Armstrong, C.L., Gyato, K., Awadalla, A., Lustig, R., Tochner, Z. A Critical Review of theEffects of Therapeutic Irradiation on Brain: The Roots of Controversy. NeuropsychologyReview, 2004;14(1):65-86.Armstrong, C.L., Traipe, E., Hunter, J.V., Haselgrove, J., Ledakis, G.E., Tallent, E.M., Shera, D.,van Buchem, M.A. Age-Related, Hemispheric, and Medial/Lateral Differences in MyelinIntegrity in Vivo in the Normal Adult Brain. American Journal of Neuroradiology,2004;25:977-984.Goldstein B, Obrzut JE, John C, Hunter, JV, Armstrong CL. The impact of low-grade braintumors on verbal fluency performance. Journal of Clinical and ExperimentalNeuropsychology, 2004;26:750-758.Armstrong CL, Hunter JV, Hackney D, Shabbout M, Lustig R, Goldstein B, Werner-Wasik M,Curran W. MRI changes due to early-delayed conformal radiotherapy and postsurgicaleffects in patients with brain tumors. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biologyand Physics, 2005;63(1):56-63.Correa DD, Maron L, Harder H, Klein M, Armstrong CL, Calabrese P, Abrey LE, Batchelor TT,Schiff D. Cognitive Functions in Primary CNS Lymphoma: Literature Review andAssessment Guidelines. Annals of Oncology, 2007; 18(7), 1145-1151.Moitra E, Armstrong CL. Tumor locus moderates anxiety symptoms in a pediatric neurooncologic sample. Child Neuropsychology, 2009; 15, 460-470.Palmer SL, Lesh S, Wallace D, Bonner BJ, Swain M, Chapieski L, Janzen L, Mabbott D,Knight S, Boyle R, Armstrong CL, Gajjar A. How parents cope with their child’sdiagnosis and treatment of an embryonal tumor: Results of a prospective andlongitudinal study. Journal of Neuro Oncology 2011, 105(2), 253-259.Seiler C, Shera, D, Jones K, Armstrong CL Brain Region White Matter Associations with VisualSelective Attention. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 2011, 5(4), 262-273.10

Armstrong CL, Shera DM, Lustig RA, Phillips PC. Phase measurement of cognitiveimpairment specific to radiotherapy. International Journal of Radiation OncologyBiology Physics, 1 July 2012, 83(3), e319-e324. PMID: 22420968.Brinkman TM, Palmer SL, Chen S, Zhang H, Evankovich K, Swain MA, Bonner MJ,Janzen L, Knight S, Armstrong CL, Boyle R, Gajjar A. Parent-reported socialoutcomes after treatment for pediatric embryonal tumors: A prospectivelongitudinal study. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2012, 30(33), 4134-4140.Moitra E, Armstrong CL. Neural substrates for heightened anxiety in children with braintumors. Developmental Neuropsychology, 2013, 38(5), 337-351.Palmer SL, Armstrong C, Onar-Thomas A, Wu S, Wallace D, Bonner MJ, Schreiber J,Swain M, Chapieski L, Mabbott D, Knight S, Boyle R, Gajjar A. Processing speed,attention and working memory after treatment for medulloblastoma: Aninternational, prospective and longitudinal study. Journal of Clinical Oncology,2013, 31(28), 3494-3500.Schreiber JE, Gurney JG, Palmer SL, Bass JK, Wang M, Chen S, Zhang H, Swain M, Chapieski ML,Bonner MJ, Mabbott DJ, Knight SJ, Armstrong CL, Boyle R, Gajjar A. Examination ofRisk Factors for Intellectual and Academic Outcomes following Treatment for PediatricMedulloblastoma. Neuro-Oncology, 2014, 16(8), 1129-1136; doi:10.1093/neuonc/nou006.Knight SJ, Conklin HM, Palmer SL, Schreiber JE, Armstrong CL, Wallace D, Bonner M, SwainMA, Evankovich KD, Mabbott DJ, Boyle R, Huang Q, Zhang H, Anderson VA, Gajjar A.Working memory abilities among children treated for medulloblastoma: Parent report andchild performance. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2014; doi: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsu009.Armstrong CL, Fisher, MJ, Yimei L, Lustig RA, Belasco JB, Minturn JE, Hill-Kayser CE, Batra SPhillips PC. Neuroplastic Response following Radiotherapy for Pediatric Brain Tumors: APilot Study. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, 2016. doi:10.1016/j.ijrobp.2016.01.013JM, Barton B, Ullrich NJ, Cantor A, Hearps S, Cutter G, Rosser T, Walsh KS, Gioia GA, WoltersPL, Tonsgard JH, Schorry EK, Viskochil D, Klesse L, Fisher MJ, Gutmann DH, Silva A,Hunter S, Rey-Casserly C, Cantor N, Byars A, Stavinoha P, Ackerson J, Armstrong C,Isenberg J, O'Neil S, Packer RJ, Korf BR, Acosta MT, and North KN. A randomizedplacebo-controlled study of lovastatin in children with neurofibromatosis type 1.Neurology, 2016, 87 (24), e247-e261.Olivier TW, Bass JK, Ashford JM, Beaulieu R, Scott SM, Schreiber JE, Palmer S, Mabbott DJ,Swain MA, Bonner M, Franks R, Chapeiski ML, Evankovich KD, Armstrong CL, KnightSJ, Wu S, Onar-Thomas A, Gajjar A, Conklin HM. Cognitive implications of ototoxicityin pediatric patients with embryonal brain tumors. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2019.May 2: JCO1801358. doi: 10.1200/JCO.18.0135811

BooksArmstrong CL. Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology: Applications of CognitiveNeuroscience. C. L. Armstrong (Ed.), and L. Morrow (Assoc. Ed.). New York, NY:Springer, 2011.Armstrong CL. Cancer. C. L. Armstrong (Assoc. Ed.) In J. Kreutzer, B. Caplan, J. DeLuca(Eds), Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology. New York, NY: Springer, 2011.Armstrong CL, Morrow L. Neuropsychologia medyczna. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo LakarskiePZWL, 2014. Polish translation from English language edition, Handbook of MedicalNeuropsychology, Springer, 2014.Armstrong CL. Cancer. C. L. Armstrong (Assoc. Ed.) In J. Kreutzer, B. Caplan, J. DeLuca(Eds), Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology, 2nd Edition. New York, NY: Springer,2018.Armstrong CL. Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology: Applications of CognitiveNeuroscience, 2nd Edition. C. L. Armstrong (Ed.), and L. Morrow (Assoc. Ed.). NewYork, NY: Springer, 2019.ChaptersArmstrong, C. The Neuropsychology of Treatments for Individuals with Brain Tumors. In E. A.Zillmer and M. V. Spiers (Eds.) Principles of Neuropsychology. Belmont, CA:Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2001.Armstrong, CL, Hayes, KM, and Martin, R. Neurocognitive Problems in Attention DeficitDisorder: Alternative Concepts and Evidence for Impairment in Inhibition of SelectiveAttention. In J. Wasserstein, L. E. Wolf, and F. F. LeFevre (Eds.), Adult Attention DeficitDisorder: Brain Mechanisms and Life Outcomes: Vol. 931, pp 196-215. Annals of theNew York Academy of Sciences. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. 2001.Armstrong, CL, Cunningham, J. Functional and Developmental Effects of Environmental COToxicity in Children. In D. Penney (Ed), Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. CRC Press.2008.Armstrong, CL, Schmus, CJ, Belasco, JB. Neuropsychological Problems in Neuro-Oncology.In C. L. Armstrong (Ed.), Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology: Applications ofCognitive Neuroscience. New York: Springer, 2010.Armstrong CL. Early-delayed radiotherapy effects; Endothelial proliferation; Involved fieldradiotherapy; Late effects of radiotherapy; Late-delayed effects of radiotherapy;Metastasis; Neurofibromatosis 1; Neurofibromatosis 2; Pleomorphism; Plexiform12

neurofibromas; Proton beam therapy; Radiation injury; Radiation necrosis; Tuberoussclerosis; Tumor grading. In J. Kreutzer, B. Caplan, J. DeLuca (Eds), Encyclopedia ofClinical Neuropsychology. New York: Springer, 2011.Katrinak M, Irani F, Armstrong CL, Kerr SL. Nutrition in neurocognition and mental health.In C. L. Armstrong (Ed.), Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology: Applications ofCognitive Neuroscience, 2nd Edition. New York: Springer, 2019.Armstrong, CL, Schmus, CJ, Belasco, JB. Neuropsychological Problems in Neuro-Oncology.In C. L. Armstrong (Ed.), Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology: Applications ofCognitive Neuroscience, 2nd Edition. New York: Springer, 2019.Re

5. Instructor in Clinical Psychology, Hahnemann University, Fall 1997, Fall 1998: Intellectual Assessment for the Masters program in Clinical Psychology. Grant Support: 1980-81 Principal Investigator, Adaptation to Prolonged Stress, Vassar College Graduate Research Grant. 1990-95 Co-Invest