Hannah-Lise Tirado Schofield, Ph.D., ABPP-CN

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology in Psychiatry
Department: Psychiatry

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The Hub for Clinical Collaboration
Oncology, Third Floor, Office 3569
3500 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104
B.S. (Psychology, Studio Art)
Mount Holyoke College , 2001.
M.S. (Psychology)
The Pennsylvania State University , 2005.
Ph.D. (Psychology)
The Pennsylvania State University , 2009.
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Selected Publications

Schofield, H.T., Fabrizio, V., Braniecki, S., Pelletier, W., Eissa, H., Murphy, B., Chewning, J., Barton, K., Embry, L.M., Levine, J.E., Schultz, K.R., and Page, K.M.: Monitoring Neurocognitive Functioning after Pediatric Cellular Therapy or Hematopoietic Cell Transplant: Guidelines from the COG Neurocognition in Cellular Therapies Task Force. Transplantation and Cellular Therapy 28(10): 625-636, Oct 2022.

Janke, K., Paltin, I., Schofield, H., Sy, M., and Kearns, Z.: Language development and outcomes in pediatric brain tumor. Neuro-Oncology(supplement) 24(1): i138, 2022.

Phillips, N., Duke, E., Schofield, H., & Ullrich, N.: Neurotoxic Effects of Childhood Cancer Therapy and its Potential Neurocognitive Impact. Journal of Clinical Oncology 39(16): 1752-1765, June 2021.

Schofield, H., Madden, R., & Bressler, S. : Health-related quality of life in pediatric bone marrow transplant patients: Pre- and post-transplant ratings. Poster presentation. 52nd Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology. October 2020.

Mack, A., & Schofield, H.: Applying (or not?) CAR-T Neurotoxicity Experience to COVID19 Delirium and Agitation. Psychosomatics 61(6): 859-860, April 2020 Notes: doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psym.2020.04.018.

Paltin, I., Schofield, H., & Baran, J.: Rehabilitation and pediatric oncology: Supporting patients and families during and after treatment. Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports. 6(2): 107-114, June 2018.

Kelly, D.L., Buchbinder, D., Duarte, R.F., Auletta, J.J., Bhatt, N., Byrne, M., DeFilipp,Z., Gabriel, M., Mahindra, A., Norkin, M., Schoemans, H., Shah, A.J., Ahmed, I., Atsuta, Y., Basak, G.W., Beattie, S., Bhella, S., Bredeson, C., Bunin, N., Dalal, J., Daly, A., Gajewski, J., Gale, R.P., Galvin, J., Hamadani, M., Hayashi, R.J., Adekola, K., Law, J., Lee, C.J., Liesveld, J., Malone, A.K., Nagler,A., Naik,S., Nishihori, T., Parsons, S.K., Scherwath, A., Schofield, H., Soiffer, R., Szer, J., Twist, I., Warwick, A., Wirk, B.M., Yi, J., Battiwalla, M., Flowers, M.E., Savani, B., & Shaw, B.E.: Neurocognitive dysfunction in hematopoietic cell transplant recipients: Expert review from the Late Effects and Quality of Life Working Committee of the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research and Complications and Quality of Life Working Party of the European Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation. Biology of Blood and Bone Marrow Transplantation 24(2): 228–241, 2018.

Bierman, K.L., Torres, M.T., & Schofield, H.T.: Developmental factors related to the assessment of social skills (Chapter 8). Practitioner’s Guide to Empirically-Based Measures of Social Skills. C. Erdley (eds.). New York, Springer, Page: 119-134, 2009.

Schofield, H.T., Bierman, K.L., Heinrich, B., & Nix, R: Predicting early sexual activity in girls with behavior problems exhibited at school entry and in preadolescence. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36(8): 1175-1188, 2008.

Doyle, A., Biederman, J., Monoteaux, M., Cohan, S., Schofield, H., and Faraone, S.: Diagnostic threshold for Conduct Disorder in girls and boys. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 191(6): 379-386, 2003.

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