Katharine Seagly, PhD

Director, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program
Clinical Assistant Professor, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Adult Clinical Psychologist


Dr. Seagly is a rehabilitation neuropsychologist, Assistant Professor (Clinical) and member of the adult faculty group in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She completed her APPCN neuropsychology fellowship at the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.  Prior to moving to Michigan, she completed her clinical internship at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University and earned her PhD at the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology. Her clinical and research interests are primarily in the areas of psychosocial, cognitive and quality of life outcomes following TBI, concussion outcomes, performance validity tests, and improving collaborative TBI treatment approaches between neuropsychology and SLPs. Since joining the University of Michigan, she has started an RPN adult concussion clinic incorporating both brief assessment and intervention, and is working with brain injury medicine physicians on further developing the inpatient TBI program. 


Medical School or Training

Norfolk State University, 2015


Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology, 2017