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Mitchell Rosenthal Memorial Award ACRM Award

Congratulations 2021 Award Recipient


Noelle Carlozzi, PhD received the ACRM 2021 Mitchell Rosenthal Mid-Career Award - image


ACRM is pleased to honor Noelle Carlozzi, PhD with the 2021 Mitchell Rosenthal Mid-Career Award in recognition of her leadership and contributions to the field of brain injury rehabilitation research. The award will be presented at the Henry B. Betts Awards Gala on 28 October at the ACRM 2021 VIRTUAL Annual Conference.


Dr. Noelle E. Carlozzi is an Associate Professor, as well as Director of the Center for Clinical Outcomes Development and Application (CODA), within the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Michigan Medicine. Dr. Carlozzi a clinical psychologist with focused training in neuropsychology and expertise in outcomes measurement development, selection, and application. With continuous support from the NIH and other funders since 2009, her research focuses on developing and optimizing outcomes measurement in clinical research and care to improve the lives of patients and their families. This work includes the innovative application of patient-reported outcomes in real-world settings, as well as just-in-time adaptive interventions delivered though mobile health applications. Dr. Carlozzi’s leadership roles include: Co-Chair for the Rehabilitation Common Data Elements initiative at the NIH, Immediate Past Chair for the Measurement Special Interest group within the American Congress for Rehabilitation Medicine, and Research Advisory Committee Member for the Rehabilitation Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association. Finally, Dr. Carlozzi’s work has been widely disseminated in the scientific community with over 150 peer-reviewed publications to date (more than 50 of which have been published within the past two years).