Dr. Broshek is the Director of the Neurocognitive Assessment Lab and co-directs the Brain Injury and Sports Concussion Clinic at the University of Virginia, where she has been on the faculty as a neuropsychologist since 1998. Although she treats patients with multiple medical and neurologic issues, most of her clinical and research interests are in epilepsy and sports concussion.
Additionally, Dr, Broshek is on the Professional Advisory Board for the Epilepsy Foundation, is a member of the NBA Concussion Committee, and a member of the International Concussion in Sport Group that held it’s recent 2016 meeting in Berlin, Germany. Dr. Broshek is also on the concussion committees of local schools and promotes individualized care of athletes and other patients who sustain concussions.
Dr. Broshek has had extensive clinical and research experience with sports-related concussions and has presented internationally on issues related to traumatic brain injury in sports. She is Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences in the Neuropsychology Division a the University of Virginia Health System. She earned her doctorate at George Mason University and then completed a clinical psychology internship and postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of Virginia.