Dr Jenny Limond
Senior Lecturer and Research Director for DClinPsy / Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
+44 (0)1392 722209
Jenny is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has worked in a range of private and NHS settings including services for traumatic brain injury, neuro-oncology and epilepsy surgery. Jenny gained her PhD, in the behaviour and learning of children with intellectual disability, at Southampton University (1992-1998). Following this Jenny completed her Clinical Psychology training at University College London (1997-2000), undertaking her doctoral research on the illness perceptions of children with nephrotic syndrome. As a post-doctoral research fellow (Institute of Child Health, UCL), Jenny investigated different learning paradigms in developmental amnesia. Jenny was the Neuropsychology Chair of The European Society for Paediatric Oncology (SIOP – Europe) Brain Tumour Quality of Survival Group (2012-2017) and continues to be involved in developing quality of survival protocols for clinical trials in Europe. Jenny’s research and clinical interests are in developing interventions for children with neurological conditions, including traumatic brain injury, brain tumours, CNS infections and neurodevelopmental disorders. Areas of particular interest include the impact of development on response to interventions, metacognition and interventions to support executive functioning, processing speed, memory and learning. Jenny also has a strong interest in developing single-case experimental designs to facilitate clinical research.
Jenny is currently a Senior Lecturer and Research Director for the DClinPsy programme at the University of Exeter, and is the Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist for the Child and Adolescent Neuropsychology (CAN) Clinic, currently being piloted at the University.