Lisa Kreber, Ph.D.

Senior Neuroscientist/Research Coordinator

Dr. Lisa Kreber has worked in the field of brain injury since 1999. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa and attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where she received her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience. Upon completion of her degrees, Dr. Kreber began her current position as Senior Neuroscientist and Research Coordinator for the Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS). Dr. Kreber is involved in developing clinical and research protocols, mentoring clinician-researchers at CNS, and working with patients and therapists to optimize patient outcomes after brain injury. In 2009, Dr. Kreber became a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS). In addition, Dr. Kreber is Associate Faculty in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Phoenix (Central Valley Campus) where she teaches psychology and public speaking classes. Dr. Kreber is currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of the American Heart/American Stroke Association in Kern County; as well as, the Chairman of the Board for the California Awards for Performance Excellence (CAPE).

Dr. Kreber has contributed to the field of brain injury via several publications and speaking at brain injury related conferences. Her professional interests include predicting outcome following brain injury, neuroendocrine dysfunction, and neuroimaging.