Carrie H. Kennedy, PhD, is a Lieutenant Commander in the Medical Service Corps of the U.S. Navy. After receiving her PhD in clinical psychology from Drexel University in 2000, she completed a two year Postdoctoral Neuropsychology fellowship at the University of Virginia Medical School. She is board certified in Clinical Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology and is a licensed psychologist in Maryland and Virginia. In addition to her academic training, Dr. Kennedy is a graduate of the Naval Education and Training Command's Officer Indoctrination School. Currently, she is a Clinical Neuropsychologist at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute where she conducts evaluations on aviators, air crew and air traffic controllers. As part of her deployment duties, she was Chief of Behavioral Health Services for detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Dr. Kennedy is the author of over a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles, the co-editor of the book Military Psychology (Guilford) and co-author of the forthcoming book Ethics of Operational Psychology (APA). Dr. Kennedy serves on the Conflict of Interest Committee for the National Academy of Neuropsychology and is the Psychology Ethics Consultant for the Clinical Committee of the American Psychological Association's Division 19, Society for Military Psychology.
Jeffrey L. Moore, PhD received his doctoral degree from Auburn University and completed his post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas. He retired from active duty U. S. Naval service in 1997. While a Naval officer, he established neuropsychological laboratories at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth and the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute. Since his active duty retirement, Dr. Moore has served as Clinical Neuropsychologist for the Robert E. Mitchell Center for POW Studies. Dr. Moore is a fellow in both the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the Aerospace Medical Association, and is a recipient of the Raymond F. Longacre Award for his contributions regarding the psychological aspects of aerospace medicine.