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Linda L. Herrmann,

Clinical Assistant Professor
Fellow, Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing
Faculty Fellow in Residence, Palladium Hall
433 First Ave Room 537
New York, NY 10010
Areas of Specialization 

Neuroscience, Gerontology, Neurological Surgery, Trauma, Traumatically Injured Older Adults, Health Policy, Surgical Palliative Care

PhD, 2011, University of Pennsylvania
MSN, 1998, University of Pennsylvania
BSN, 1995, University of Pennsylvania
Professional Overview 
As a PhD prepared nurse practitioner with expertise in gerontology and neuroscience, Dr. Herrmann’s experience demonstrates a commitment to clinical practice, research, and teaching. Dr. Herrmann’s area of clinical and research interest is acute neurological injury and acutely injured older adults. Dr. Herrmann’s research examines the recovery of older adults following hospitalization for traumatic brain injury (TBI). Her findings propose provocative insights into factors contributing to recovery of older adults following a TBI. Dr. Herrmann was selected to participate in the Hartford Faculty Scholars Program Policy Leadership Institute in 2011, allowing her to discuss research findings/implications with policy makers in Washington DC.
Honors and Awards 
2016, Fellow, American Association of Nurse Practitioners
2011, Hartford Faculty Scholar, Policy Leadership Institute
2007-2009, John A. Hartford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Scholarship
RN, Arizona
RN, Pennsylvania
RN, New York
CRNP, Arizona
CRNP, Pennsylvania
AGACNP, New York
GNP, New York
Professional Membership 
American Association of Neuroscience Nurses
American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science
Gerontological Society of America
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Clinical Practice / Clinical Interests 

Neuroscience, neurological surgery, gerontology, trauma, and symptom management.

Herrmann, L.L. & Zabramski, J.M. (2007). Nonaneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: a review of clinical course and outcome in two hemorrhage patterns.. Journal of Neuroscience Nurses, 39, 135-142. PMID: 17591409.
Feiz-Erfan, I., Zabramski J.M., Herrmann L.L, Coons, S.W. (2006). Cavernous malformation within a schwannoma: review of the literature and hypothesis of a common genetic etiology.. Acta Neurochir (Wien), 148, 647-52. PMID: 16450046.
Herrmann, L.L. & Zabramski, J.M. (2005). Tandem practice model: a model for physician-nurse practitioner collaboration in a specialty practice, neurosurgery.. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 17, 213-218. PMID: 15924563.