Michelle L. Sporner, MS, CRC

Michelle Sporner is a Co-Investigator on the D1 Developing Mobile Telerehabilitation Applications for Cognitive and Vocational Rehabilitation and R2 Determining the efficacy of a mobile telerehabilitation portal for delivery of cognitive and vocational rehabilitation protocols. She is also a Task Leader on D3 Technology Implementation Project 3: Cognitive Skills Enhancement Program.

Michelle earned a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Science and Technology, concentration in Rehabilitation Counseling, and a Certificate in Assistive Technology from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Pittsburgh and is now a Doctoral Candidate at in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with a concentration in psychosocial aspects of disability. Ms. Sporner is currently an Instructor at the University of Pittsburgh in Rehabilitation Counseling, the Program Co-Coordinator of a Cognitive Skills Enhancement Program, and is actively involved on several research projects involving cognitive assistive technology and brain injury and other cognitive disabilities, particularly in military veteran populations.




Journal of Telerehabilitation


D3 video screen on YouTube

TeleWellness: Interactive Mobile Health and Rehabilitation



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