Sheri Bartel, M. Ed., CBIST
Coordinator, TBI Project STAR
Prior Positions and Experience
MeD: 1995, Queens College, Charlotte, NC
Ms. Bartel has worked in the brain injury rehabilitation field for over 20 years. In recent years, Ms. Bartel has worked as the program coordinator and principal investigator for TBI Project STAR at Carolinas Rehabilitation and as the Senior Research Technician for two separate brain injury research studies. Ms. Bartel spent 4 years developing and implementing brain injury training programs and materials for professionals in North Carolina, including law enforcement personnel. Ms. Bartel has conducted trainings for professionals on a regular basis, including teachers, LME staff and providers and other professionals working with individuals with brain injuries.
Recent PublicationsPerrin P, Niemeier JP, Mougeot J, Vannoy C, Watts J, Hirsch MA, Rossman W, Grafton LM, Guerrier TD, Pershad R, Kingsbury CA, Bartel SW, Whitney MP. Measures of Injury Severity and Prediction of Acute Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2015;30(2):136-42. PMID: 24590151
Neumann D, Zupan B, Bartel S, Hammond F. Using film clips to assess affect recognition and empathy in people with and without TBI. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2011;92(10):1721. Doi: 10.1016/j.apmr.2011.07.128
Hooper SR, Alexander J, Moore D, Sasser HC, Laurent S, King J, Bartel S, Callahan B. Caregiver reports of common symptoms in children following a traumatic brain injury. Neurorehabilitation. 2004;19(3):175-89.
Alexander J, Callahan B, King A, King J, Hooper S, Bartel S. North Carolina TBI project access. Assuring coordinated care, education and support for survivors of pediatric brain injury. NC Med J. 2001;62:364-8.
Current/Recent Grant Support
TBI Project STAR
Brain Injury Association of North Carolina (BIANC) Resource Center
Substance Abuse and Traumatic Brain Injury: A Modified 12 Step Approach