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Neuropsychologist receives University of Houston's highest faculty honor
Date:4/27/2012

s and doctoral dissertations in the years that she has been at UH. "Dr. Hannay's program development and mentoring students stand out as two of her greatest legacies," said Linda Ewing-Cobbs, a UH graduate and professor in the department of pediatrics and director of the Dan L. Duncan Children's Neurodevelopmental Clinic in the Children's Learning Institute at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. "The highly nationally ranked clinical neuropsychology track of the clinical psychology program at the UH has benefited greatly from this legacy."

Hannay is associate chair of the department of psychology and has been adjunct professor at the Baylor College of Medicine with privileges at Ben Taub General Hospital in the department of neurosurgery since 1988.

"Dr. Hannay directed the prestigious clinical neuropsychology training program at UH from 1987- 2010, widely identified as a model for specialty training in psychology," said Jack M. Fletcher, Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Distinguished Professor of Psychology. "Dr. Hannay's efforts at teaching and training could have reduced her research productivity, but she has not compromised in her pursuit of excellence. Dr. Hannay has brought major recognition to research and training at UH."

One of Hannay's former program students, Kimberly Andrews Epsy, now vice president for research and dean of the graduate school at the University of Oregon, said, "Julia is an outstanding scholar the true 'triple threat' an outstanding researcher, teacher and someone who is passionately engaged in the local, national and international communities.

"Julia recognized where clinical training trends were going, established relationships all across the Texas Medical Center for partnerships in research and training, and focused on scientific research as the base. Her international standing and dogged determination made these connections possible. Today, the UH program is world recognized as
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Contact: Melissa Carroll
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713-743-8153
University of Houston
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