Dr. Rosa Ip is a clinical neuropsychologist at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario Shores) working on the Neuropsychiatric Rehabilitation Services Unit. She also provides neuropsychological consultation at the Huntington Disease Clinic and Dual Diagnosis Service. Dr. Ip's primary patient groups are adults and seniors with neurological and neurodegenerative disorders. Her research interests are in neurological disorders, cognitive and emotional sequelae of brain injury, and neuro-rehabilitation. One of her past projects, “Long-Term Outcome after Traumatic Brain Injury”, was funded by the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation.
Current Research Projects
Title: Neuropsychological and Psychiatric Characteristics of Huntington’s Disease.
Ip, R. Y., Dornan, J., Brandys, C., & Hesch, P. (2000). Traumatic brain injury: Causes, severity, and outcome. Brain and Cognition, 44(1), 42-44.
Ip, R. Y., Dornan, J., & Schentag, C. (1995). Traumatic brain injury: Factors predicting return to work or school. Brain Injury, 9(5), 517-532.
Wong, P., Dornan, J., Keating, A. M., Schentag, C., & Ip, R. Y. (1994). Re-examining the concept of severity in traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 8(6), 509-518.
Wong, P., Dornan, J., Schentag, C., Ip, R. Y., & Keating, A. M. (1993). Statistical profile of traumatic brain injury: A Canadian rehabilitative population. Brain Injury, 7(4), 283-294.
Wong, P., Dornan, J., & Ip. R. Y. (1993). The key to successful program planning. Leadership in Health Services, 2(1), 25-28.