Skyler Leonard, PhD

Dr. Leonard provides neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents with complex medical, developmental, behavioral, and psychiatric conditions. His research interests include neurocognitive functioning of youth with histories of brain tumors, oncology treatments, and genetic disorders.

Education

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Neuropsychology, Oregon Health & Science University, 2021
Residency, Oregon Health & Science University, 2019
PhD, University of Denver, 2019
MA, University of Denver, 2015
MEd, Arizona State University, 2011
BA, University of Washington, 2009

Department Affiliations

Training Programs

Psychology Internship Program

Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellowship

Other Affiliations

Brain Tumor Clinic

22q Clinic

Recent Publications

Parental Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in the Context of Pediatric Post Intensive Care Syndrome: Impact on the Family and Opportunities for Intervention.
(2021 Jun)
Clin Pract Pediatr Psychol 9(2): 156-166
Riley AR, Williams CN, Moyer D, Bradbury K, Leonard S, Turner E, Holding E, Hall TA

The Association Between Functional Status and Health-Related Quality of Life Following Discharge from the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
(2021 Oct)
Neurocrit Care 35(2): 347-357
Holding EZ, Turner EM, Hall TA, Leonard S, Bradbury KR, Williams CN

Emotional Aspects of Pediatric Post-Intensive Care Syndrome Following Traumatic Brain Injury.
(2021 Jun)
J Child Adolesc Trauma 14(2): 177-187
Bradbury KR, Williams C, Leonard S, Holding E, Turner E, Wagner AE, Piantino J, Luther M, Hall TA

Post-intensive care syndrome in a cohort of infants & young children receiving integrated care via a pediatric critical care & neurotrauma recovery program: A pilot investigation.
(2020 Jul 23)
Clin Neuropsychol
Hall TA, Leonard S, Bradbury K, Holding E, Lee J, Wagner A, Duvall S, Williams CN

Postintensive Care Syndrome in Pediatric Critical Care Survivors: Therapeutic Options to Improve Outcomes After Acquired Brain Injury.
(2019 Sep 27)
Curr Treat Options Neurol 21(10): 49
Williams CN, Hartman ME, Guilliams KP, Guerriero RM, Piantino JA, Bosworth CC, Leonard SS, Bradbury K, Wagner A, Hall TA

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