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Neuropysychiatry

The Neuropsychology Program provides comprehensive examinations of cognitive impairment in disorders such as stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, head injury and epilepsy.

Focused Research

Department scientists conduct research in brain-behavior relationships, using functional neuroimaging to map cortical functions in healthy individuals and in patients with neurological disease. A particular research interest of the program is functional brain imaging of human olfaction.

Program Director

1901-Kareken, David

David A. Kareken, PhD

Professor of Neurology

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