Mark C. Wilde, Psy.D., ABPP-CN
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
The University of Texas Medical School at Houston
Memorial Hermann Hospital
Texas Medical Center
About Dr. Wilde
Dr. Wilde is a graduate Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. He completed his internship at The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX. He completed his fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston. Dr. Wilde is board certified with the American Board of Professional Psychology, Licensed Psychologist in Texas. Prior to joining the University of Texas in 1997, Dr. Wilde was a staff Neuropsychologist at Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Hospital in Richmond Virginia.
- Dr. Wilde's clinical interests include the cognitive and behavioral consequences of stroke, traumatic brain injury and end stage liver disease as well as the psychological aspects of organ transplantation. He is the Neuropsychologist for the Rehabilitation Unit at Memorial Hermann Hospital, consults with the Kidney/Pancreas and Liver transplant teams at Memorial Hermann and is involved in the living related liver transplant program at this institution.
- Dr. Wilde's research interests include stroke and traumatic brain injury outcome and the impact of sleep disorders in the outcome and daily functioning after traumatic brain injury and stroke. He is involved in a number of funded research projects including one examining outcomes in TBI and sleep disorders and another examining the safety and efficacy of cortical stimulation in the treatment of stroke.
- Dr. Wilde lectures to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents in the UT and Baylor Alliance. He also serves on the medical school Admissions Committee as a Faculty Interviewer. He received an Excellence in Teaching Award for Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for 2004-2005.
- 6700 West Loop South, Suite 520
Houston, TX 77030
- Clinic Appointments: 713-500-5876
- Tuesday 9am-5pm, Thursday 12 noon-5pm, Friday 1-5pm