James Stuart Krause Edit Profile
Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology, University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1990.
Staff psychologist Shepherd Spinal Center, Atlanta, 1989—1993. Psychologist Health and Rehabilitation Psychologists Atlanta, 1991—1993. Behavioral scientist Crawford Research Institute, Shepherd Center, 1993—2002.
Visiting scientist Centers Disease Control, 1996—1998. Adjunct faculty member Georgia State University, Atlanta, 1996—2002. Clinical instructor, adjunct associate professor Emory University, 2000—2002.
Associate professor Medical University South Carolina, Charleston, 2002—2004, chair, College Health Professions, 2002—2003, since 2005, associate dean clinical research, 2002—2008, professor, since 2004, director, program movement, exercise and rehabilitation, since 2004, associate dean research, since 2008. Scientist Veterans Administration Medical Center, 2003—2005. President James Krause Consulting, Inc., Atlanta, 1999—2002.
Consultant Model Spinal Cord Injury Systems, Shepherd Center Research Component, Atlanta, since 2002. Science director South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund, Charleston, since 2002. Director South Carolina Center Interdisciplinary Spinal Cord Injury Research, Charleston, since 2006, Center Health Outcomes Research and Capacity Building University Populations, Service Civil International and TBI, Charleston, since 2008.
Member Disability Resource Center - Indiana Living Center, Charleston, South Carolina. Member of American Spinal Injury Association, Neurosci. Institute Medical University South Carolina.
(advisory board member 2002), American Psychological Association Awards Committee, Academic Partnership Council, MUSC-Veterans Affairs Medical Center, National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center 2005.
Married Laura Cheney Krause, October 2, 1993.
Grantee Research grant, National Center Medical Rehabilitation Research, National Institutes of Health, since 2000;, National Institute Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Department Education, since 2002, Project grants, Medical University South Carolina, since 2004, South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund, since 2006, Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems grant, National Institute Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Department Education, since 2006.