Jennifer Marwitz, M.A. is an Associate Professor in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Ms. Marwitz has over twenty years of experience coordinating major research and demonstration projects. She has served as the Project Coordinator for the VCU Traumatic Brain Injury Model System since 1990. Ms. Marwitz has been highly successful in obtaining grant funding for research on families and TBI. She and Jeffrey Kreutzer have co-written twelve funded grants together. In addition, Ms. Marwitz has intimate knowledge of computer database design and administration, data collection, neuropsychological test administration, and quality assurance. Computer skills include database development in Microsoft Access, as well as statistical analysis using SPSS.
In addition to developing the Neurobehavioral Functioning inventory with Drs. Kreutzer and Seel, Ms. Marwitz has co-authored 39 journal articles and book chapters related to TBI, 8 of which specifically relate to families after TBI. She has taught at numerous professional conferences and seminars. Additionally, Ms. Marwitz serves as managing editor for Brain Injury, an international journal focused entirely on research findings and program development in the field of brain injury.