Theresa D. Hernández is a professor of psychology and neuroscience (CU Boulder), and physical medicine and rehabilitation (Anschutz Medical Campus). Dr. Hernández studies traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion, utilizing both basic and clinical neuroscience approaches. The goal of her program of research is to delineate what adversely impacts the recovery process, as well as therapeutic targets of opportunity to minimize these negative impacts and optimize outcome.
To learn more about Dr. Hernández’s research, refer to the Hernández CAIRR Neuroscience Laboratory website.
In her role as Associate Dean for Research, Dr. Hernández focuses on identifying the ways in which research, scholarship and creative works can be successful and accessible to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty across the entire College of Arts and Sciences. More information on Dr. Hernández's current work as Associate Dean can be found on the "Research, Scholarship and Creative Works" page.
- Brakhage Center
- Center for Asian Studies
- Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy (CASA)
- Center for British Studies and Irish Studies
- Center for Experiments on Quantum Material
- Center for Integrated Plasma Studies (CIPS)
- Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies (CMEMS)
- Center for Theory of Quantum Matter
- Center for Values and Social Policy
- Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy
- Center of the American West
- Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences (CARTSS)
- Latin American Studies Center
- The LeRoy Keller Center for the Study of the First Amendment
- The McGuire Center for International Studies