- Webb. N.E. (April, 2012). Pharmacological interventions with pediatric brain injury. 27th Annual Western Michigan Brain Injury Network Symposium. Mary Freebed Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI.
- Webb, N.E. (September, 2011) Differentiating PTSD from TBI. North American Brain Injury Society. New Orleans, LA
- Webb, N.E. (March, 2011). Applications of Neuropsychology to Gifted and Talented Youth. American College of Professional Neuropsychology, Las Vegas, NV.
- Webb, N.E. (2012) Explaining traumatic brain injury and recovery to parents. Pediatric Review, vol. 26, 1.
- Webb, N.E. (July 12, 2011). Neurobiology of bliss: Sacred and profane. Scientific American.
- Webb, N.E. (2011) A neuropsychologist by any other name. Invited review of “principles and practice of lifespan developmental neuropsychology.” Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26 (1): 78-79.
- Webb, N.E. (2010) cMax, tMax, Receptor spectrum, Tachyphylaxis and Compartmentalization entries. Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology. Kreutzer, M, Deluca, J., Caplan, B. (Eds.) Springer Publishing.
- Executive Director, American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology. A neuropsychology boarded devoted to assessing and developing competence in pediatric neuropsychology
- Davidson Institute for Talent Development – Training and consultation regarding children with measured IQ of 150 and up.
- Louisiana Children’s Trust Fund. Allocation of funds for child abuse prevention in Louisiana (Governor appointed position)
- Louisiana Association of Medical Psychologists
- American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology (AAPdN), Executive Director
- Fellow, American College of Professional Psychology
- American Neuropsychiatric Association
- Illinois Psychological Association, RxP Initiative
- National Academy of Neuropsychology
Q: What advice would you give a student entering The Chicago School?
A: Patients don't come to you with one of four diagnoses and ask you to guess the right one. I'm try to teach student critical thinking, synthesizing and integrating what they know so they can apply it in novel situations. This is a harder and worthier task than circling the right letter. You are contemplating earning a doctorate. As doctors, people bring you the cases where the obvious has failed. Your empathy, knowledge and analytic skills are critical. There is no test that I can teach to. The test is life. The kids are the quizzes.
Learn. Analyze. Care. The whole point of this process is to take everything you are and have learned, and meld it with your own particular passion. If you have facts and care, then you will always be a good technician -- not the person who can shift paradigms.
The United States is one of two countries that failed to sign the United Nation’s statement supporting the human rights of the child. I hope you will help change the social climate by sharing your expertise with the courts, legislators, schools and clinics – in addition to helping individual children and families. With a doctorate, you are in a position to create smarter, culturally sensitive, and neurodevelopmentally sound policy.