Michael McCue is professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology and director of the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program. He also holds a joint appointment as professor, Clinical and Translational Science Institute. McCue is the project director and principal investigator of an Inter-Governmental Agency Agreement between the University of Pittsburgh and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Hiram G. Andrews Rehabilitation Center involving research and demonstration of cognitive rehabilitation and assistive technology services. He served as co-director of the University of Pittsburgh's Rehabilitation Engineering Center on Telerehabilitation from 2004 -2014 (NIDRR). He practices as a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Rehabilitation Psychologist, and has been providing assessment and neuropsychological rehabilitation services to individuals with significant disabilities since 1981.
McCue has a demonstrated record of successful and productive research and training projects in rehabilitation and neuropsychology including serving as principal investigator/project director, or co-investigator on over 37 national research, demonstration and training programs in telerehabilitation, rehabilitation assessment and intervention. He's published over 90 peer reviewed journal, articles, chapters and abstracts related to telerehabilitation, neuropsychology and rehabilitation of cognitive disability. His current research relates the development and application of ecological momentary assessment in rehabilitation to assess constructs including behavioral dysregulation, community participation, satisfaction, physiological states and environmental factors, along with studies of remote and community-based (in vivo) rehabilitation intervention.
McCue is an elected Fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, an RSA Institute on Rehabilitation Issues (IRI) scholar (2002-2003), and past president of the Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Association.