Easton Center - Neuropsychology
Neuropsychology has administrative, research, clinical, and teaching missions. The goal of our research is to identify the earliest cognitive changes in Mild Cognitive Impairment and dementia. Importantly, we are specifically examining the types of memory and executive difficulties that have real-world relevance and are predictive of changes in everyday functioning. For the clinical mission of Neuropsychology, we have a Neuropsychology Clinic in the Easton Center & Department of Neurology; our psychologists provide neuropsychological assessment services to adults with a broad range of neurological conditions. The teaching component of the program includes clinical and research mentoring of trainees from the undergraduate to the postdoctoral levels.
Please click here for more information about the UCLA Cognitive Neuropsychology of Dementia Postdoctoral Fellowship Program.