Dr. Wilmoth joined the faculty at UT Southwestern in 2020 to devote her expertise in the area of clinical neuropsychology and traumatic brain injury/concussion.

A native of Richmond, Dr. Wilmoth obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia with highest distinction. She subsequently completed a doctoral degree and internship in clinical psychology at UT Southwestern. Her expertise is additionally based on the Medical College of Wisconsin’s well-established postdoctoral residency in clinical neuropsychology.

Clinically, Dr. Wilmoth’s focus is conducting neuropsychological evaluations assessing cognitive and behavioral disorders. Her established research track is in the area of concussion and more severe traumatic brain injury. She enjoys collaboration, which has included UT Southwestern’s O’Donnell Brain Institute and Texas Institute for Brain Injury and Repair, among others.


Graduate School
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2018), Psychology
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2018), Clinical Psychology
Medical College of Wisconsin (2020), Clinical Neuropsychology


Featured Publications LegendFeatured Publications

Access to athletic trainers and sex as modifiers of time to reach clinical milestones after sport-related concussion in collegiate athletes.
Walton SR, Kelshaw PM, Munce TA, Beidler E, Bowman TG, Oldham JR, Wilmoth K, Broshek DK, Rosenblum DJ, Cifu DX, Resch JE, Brain Inj 2024 Feb 1-8
Identification of Factors in Moderate-Severe TBI Related to a Functional Decline in Cognition Decades After Injury.
LoBue C, Schaffert J, Dams-O'Connor K, Taiwo Z, Sander A, Venkatesan UM, O'Neil-Pirozzi TM, Hammond FM, Wilmoth K, Ding K, Bell K, Munro Cullum C, Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2023 May
No association between age beginning tackle football, or years played and neurocognitive performance later-in-life among older National Football League retirees.
Schaffert J, Didehbani N, LoBue C, Hart J, Wilmoth K, Cullum CM, Arch Clin Neuropsychol 2022 Dec
Neurocognitive outcomes of older National Football League retirees.
Schaffert J, Didehbani N, LoBue C, Hart J, Motes M, Rossetti H, Wilmoth K, Goette W, Lacritz L, Cullum CM, Brain Inj 2022 Nov 1-8
Psychometric Properties of Computerized Cognitive Tools and Standard Neuropsychological Tests Used to Assess Sport Concussion: A Systematic Review.
Wilmoth K, Brett BL, Emmert NA, Cook CM, Schaffert J, Caze T, Kotsonis T, Cusick M, Solomon G, Resch JE, Cullum CM, Nelson LD, McCrea M, Neuropsychol Rev 2022 Aug
Predictors of High School and College Graduation After Sustaining a Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.
Wright B, Venkatesan UM, Pinto SM, Gary KW, O'Neil-Pirozzi TM, Kajankova M, Wilmoth K, Kakkanatt A, Dreer L, Juengst SB, J Head Trauma Rehabil 2022 Jul
Early psychological symptoms predict concussion recovery time in middle and high school athletes.
Wilmoth K, Tan A, Tarkenton T, Rossetti HC, Hynan LS, Didehbani N, Miller SM, Bell KR, Cullum CM, J Clin Exp Neuropsychol 2022 May 44 4 251-257
Southwestern Assessment of Processing Speed (SWAPS): A new brief test with demographically-corrected norms in an ethnically and educationally diverse population.
Cullum CM, Galusha JM, Wadsworth HE, Wilmoth K, Hynan LS, Lacritz LH, LoBue C, Argueta-Ortiz F, Clin Neuropsychol 2021 Sep 1-18
Perceived Recovery and Self-Reported Functioning in Adolescents with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Role of Sleep, Mood, and Physical Symptoms.
Wright B, Wilmoth K, Juengst SB, Didehbani N, Maize R, Cullum CM, Dev Neurorehabil 2020 Dec 1-7
Preliminary Validation of an Abbreviated Acute Concussion Symptom Checklist Using Item Response Theory.
Wilmoth K, Magnus BE, McCrea MA, Nelson LD, The American journal of sports medicine 2020 Oct 48 12 3087-3093