• Richard J Caselli, M.D.

    Richard J Caselli M.D. Neurology, Mayo Clinic Professor of Neurology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic in Arizona Director, Clinical Core, and Associate Director Arizona Alzheimer’s Disease Center Dr. Caselli is a Behavioral Neurologist whose clinical specialty is Alzheimer’s disease and related cognitive disorders. He is Professor of Neurology in the […]

  • John N Caviness, M.D.

    John N Caviness M.D. Neurology, Mayo Clinic Consultant, Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ Adjunct Professor, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in Speech and Hearing Science, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Professor of Neurology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Dr. Caviness’ clinical practice involves movement disorders, electrophysiology of movement disorders, and interpretation of electroencephalography. In particular, […]

  • Shu-Chuan (Grace) Chen, Ph.D.

    Shu-Chuan (Grace) Chen Ph.D. Bioinformatics, Arizona State University Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics and Statistics Dr. Chen’s research mainly focuses on bioinformatics, especially in developing statistical methods and algorithms for functional genomic data. Her past publications were involved with the development of mixture models for clustering high dimensional sequences, its related theoretical justifications and applications. […]

  • Kewei Chen, Ph.D.

    Kewei Chen Ph.D. Neuroimaging, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute Director, Computational Image Analysis Program Biomathematician Banner Alzheimer Institute & and Banner Good Samaritan PET Center Kewei Chen, PhD received the B. Sc. degree in Mathematics from Beijing Normal University, China, in 1980, the M. Sc. in Biomathematics from the same institute in 1985, and the Ph.D. degree in […]

  • David W Coon, Ph.D.

    David W Coon Ph.D. Assoc Dean & Professor – R.I.S.E. Nursing & Health Innovation Administration Arizona State University David W. Coon, Ph.D., joined the faculty of Arizona State University in August 2004. Prior to coming to Arizona, Dr. Coon served as the Associate Director of the Older Adult & Family Center of the VA Palo […]

  • Kathryn J. Davis, BA, CRC, CSP

    Kathryn J. Davis BA, CRC, CSP Clinical Research, Banner Sun Health Research Institute Clinical Coordinator-Supervisor, Tissue Donation Program Cleo Roberts Center of Clinical Research Currently the Clinical Supervisor of the Brain and Body Donation Program at Banner Sun Health Research Institute, Ms. Davis oversees a team of medical and administrative professionals responsible for recruiting, enrolling […]

  • Jan Dougherty, RN, MS, FAAN

    Jan Dougherty MS, RN, FAAN Dementia Care, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute Director, Family and Community Services Jan Dougherty is Family and Community Services Director at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute in Phoenix, Arizona where she is responsible for setting a new standard of care for dementia patients and their families through development and implementation of innovative programs including […]

  • Travis Dunckley, Ph.D.

    Travis Dunckley Ph.D. Research Professor Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center ASU Biodesign Institute   Dr. Dunckley obtained his undergraduate degree in molecular and cellular biology and biochemistry from the University of Arizona. His doctoral work was completed at the University of Arizona in the field of molecular and cellular biology. He studied gene expression at the […]

  • Yonas E. Geda, MD, MSc

    Yonas E. Geda MD, MSc Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry Consultant, Department of Psychiatry & Psychology, and Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic Dr. Geda is a Psychiatrist and Behavioral Neurologist whose clinical specialty is the neuropsychiatric aspects of Alzheimer’s disease and related cognitive disorders. Dr. Geda is co-director of the Research and Education Component (REC) […]

  • Elizabeth L Glisky, Ph.D.

    Elizabeth L Glisky Ph.D. Psychology, University of Arizona Professor of Psychology Elizabeth Glisky’s research interests include changes in memory and executive function that occur as a result of normal aging or age-related neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease. Recent collaborative work has focused on tracking longitudinal changes in cognitive function in a cohort of normally-aging […]

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