Research

The OSU neuropsychology faculty is involved in ongoing longitudinal research, including studies involving contributors and/or collaborators within a number of departments across the university and OSU College of Medicine. Our research has an overarching goal of identifying factors that predict outcomes and have the potential to improve care in the patients that we see. For more interest on specific faculty interests, please visit the About Us section of this website. 

Faculty members have presented within the following forums:

  • The International Neuropsychological Society
  • The American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
  • The National Academy of Neuropsychology
  • The Society for Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Grand rounds, The Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health 

Faculty members have published within the following forums:

  • Applied Neuropsychology: Adult
  • Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Behavior Research Methods
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • The Clinical Neuropsychologist
  • The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

Research Participation

Patients referred for clinical evaluations may be asked if they are willing to have their test results collected for use as part of ongoing research projects. For patients interested in participating in research, know that all studies must be approved through The Ohio State University Institutional Review Board, which conducts thorough initial and ongoing reviews to ensure that our research is ethically sound and conducted with the privacy and welfare of our patients in mind. In line with international research standards, all personally identifiable information is removed from any clinical data that we collect.

 

Participation is voluntary, and whether an individual allows his/her test results to be used for research purposes does not have any impact on their evaluation. Results are reported in aggregate form, with no way of identifying individual participants, primarily in scholarly journal publications.

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