Trevor Hall, PsyD biography
Trevor Hall, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Hall received a PsyD in clinical psychology from George Fox University in 2005.
Dr. Hall joined the faculty after completing a postdoctoral fellowship in neurodevelopmental psychology at the CDRC at OHSU.
Currently, Dr. Hall conducts comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations through the CDRC Neuropsychology Program. He also consults with the OHSU Pediatric Neurology group and the CDRC Spina Bifida Program.
Dr. Hall’s research interests include childhood memory/executive functioning, psychometric assessment, standardized test development (co-author of the Everyday Memory Survey, worked on the standardization of the SB5, WRAML2, and the WRAT4), quality of life, and research related to Autism Spectrum Disorders.
He currently serves as OHSU’s site coordinator for the Autism Treatment Network, which is a collaborative research effort between five medical universities from around the United States. Also, he was recently awarded a 3-year grant from the Autism Speaks Foundation to coordinate with professionals around the United States on the development of a new Health Related Quality of Life measurement tool for children with autism and their parents/caregivers. Dr. Hall frequently publishes peer reviewed articles and gives research and clinical presentations to invited groups at national and international meetings. He also is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, the International Neuropsychological Society, the American Public Health Association, and the International Society for Quality of Life research.