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Adam Woods

Published: Jul 5th, 2017

Dr. Woods is Assistant Director of the Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory (CAM) and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. He is also the […]

Michael Marsiske

Published: May 2nd, 2010

Dr. Marsiske’s research investigates the impact of cognitive aging on adults’ everyday functioning, with a particular emphasis on the development and evaluation of interventions (cognitive training, mental and physical exercise) […]

William Perlstein

Published: May 2nd, 2010

Dr. Perlstein’s research interests include Cognitive Neuroscience, Experimental Psychopathology, Emotion Neuroscience, Anxiety Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, Psychophysiology, Functional Neuroimaging. Full CV

Catherine Price

Published: May 2nd, 2010

My research has two aims. First, to understand the relative contribution of white matter integrity, versus subcortical gray matter structure integrity, on the cognitive profiles associated with neurodegenerative subcortical diseases […]

Michael Robinson

Published: May 2nd, 2010

Dr. Robinson studies a broad spectrum of topics related to the human pain experience. Specific topics include Placebo Analgesia, Patient Centered Outcomes, Sex, Race, and Age biases in decisions about […]

Orit Shechtman

Published: Apr 29th, 2010

Dr. Shechtman’s research is in the area of measurement, specifically examining reliability and validity of various assessments in two major arenas, grip strength and driving. One focus is on how […]

Sergio Romero

Published: Apr 29th, 2010

Dr. Romero utilizes modern test theory methodologies to develop, evaluate, and improve clinical/research outcome measures and patient reported outcome measures. He is particularly interested in rehabilitation outcome measures to evaluate […]

Dorian Rose

Published: Apr 28th, 2010

Dr. Rose’s research investigates the development and implementation of behavioral intervention strategies, based on principles of neuroplasticity and motor learning, for the rehabilitation of motor control deficits following neurologic injury […]

Carolynn Patten

Published: Apr 28th, 2010

All movements –as simple as blinking one’s eyes to as complex as signing one’s name and walking—involve the production and control of muscular force by the nervous system. While biomechanical […]

Andrew Judge

Published: Apr 28th, 2010

Dr. Judge’s research is focused on understanding the molecular signaling pathways that cause skeletal muscle atrophy during periods of muscle disuse (cast immobilization), and during cancer, sepsis, peripheral arterial disease, […]