Neuropsychologists


Logan Kaleta, PsyD

Dr. Kaleta is an Inpatient Rehabilitation Psychologist with Emory Rehabilitation Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine within the Division of Rehabilitation Neuropsychology.  Dr. Kaleta attended Miami University where he graduated with a B.A. in 2009, and followed with an M.S. (2011) and PsyD (2014) from Nova Southeastern University.  Post graduate training included a post-doctoral fellowship in Rehabilitation Psychology at Tampa General Hospital.  His research focus pertains to concussion management, sports psychology, performance enhancement and recovery after injury.  Dr. Kaleta holds memberships with the American Psychological Association and Association of Applied Sport Psychology.  


Suzanne Penna, PhD, ABPP-CN

Dr. Penna joined Emory in 2014 as an Assistant Professor in Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, as well as a Staff Neuropsychologist at the Atlanta VA Medicial Center.  Upon completion of a B.A. at Emory University in 1994, Dr. Penna graduated from Georgia State University with an M.A. in 2001 and a PhD in 2005.  Her post graduate training includes an internship with the Yale University School of Medicine and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Alabama Birmingham. Dr. Penna’s research interests include clinically-relevant research on individuals with traumatic brain injury, outcome research in moderate to severe brain injury, as well as the clinical profile of mild traumatic brain injury. Recent research interests are in military service members and veterans with a history of concussion due to blast injury.  She currently holds memberships with the American Psychological Association, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology and Georgia Psychological Association.   

Dr. Stringer
Anthony Stringer, PhD, ABPP-CN

Dr. Stringer is a Professor in the Rehabilitation Medicine department and serves as the Director of the Division of Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health at Emory. After completing his undergraduate education in Psychology at Wayne State University, Dr. Stringer went on to receive his master's and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Wayne State University. He then completed his Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychology at the University of Florida. Dr. Stringer is Certified in the Practice of Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CPCRT) by the Society for Cognitive Rehabilitation and a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology/ American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology. His research is focused on cognitive rehabilitation outcomes following traumatic brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, and other neurological conditions. Dr. Stringer is a member of American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, National Academy of Neuropsychology, the Georgia Psychological Association, and the Society for Cognitive Rehabilitation.