Dr. Natalie Phillips

Research Chair in Sensory - Cognitive Health in Aging and Dementia · Concordia University

Natalie is an expert in neuropsychology, studies cognition and brain function in healthy older adults and those with/at risk for dementia.

Cognitive Assessment Sensory Function and Cognition Neuropsychology Aging and Dementia Bilingualism

Adam Woods

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Woods’ work demonstrates that combining cognitive training with non-invasive brain stimulation can improve cognitive abilities.

Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Cognitive Ageing Brain Imaging Dementia

Daniel Kaufer, MD

Associate Professor; Division Chief, Cognitive Neurology and Memory Disorders; Director, UNC Memory Disorders program; Co-Director, Carolina Alzheimer's Network · UNC-Chapel Hill

Expert in memory and cognitive disorders and provides patients with comprehensive neurocognitive diagnostic evaluations of memory disorders.

Normal-Pressure Hydrocephalus Dementia Frontotemporal Degeneration Neurology Memory Disorders

Elaine Hanson, PhD, JD

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Neuropsychological assessment; psychosocial support to victims of armed conflict, natural disasters, political strife and epidemics

Neuropsychological Assessment Disaster Psychology Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Ptsd) Forensic Psychology Personality Assessment

Michael Yassa

Professor and Chancellor’s Fellow · UC Irvine

Michael Yassa is interested in how learning and memory mechanisms are altered in aging and neuropsychiatric disease.

Neurobiology and Behavior Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Memory and Disease Memory Neuropsychiatric Disorders