Memory & Adult Neuropsychology

Welcome to the University of Virginia’s Memory/Adult Neuropsychology Division, in the Department of Neurology. The division consists of neurologists, neuropsychologists, nurses, and social workers with expertise in aging, memory, and behavioral medicine.  We provide consultation and management for a range of neurological and neurodegenerative disorders. We also maintain an active research program, through which we conduct clinical trials and federal and state funded studies. Our comprehensive multi-disciplinary treatment approach includes pharmacotherapy and non-pharmacologic (behavioral) therapies.

Post Doctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychology

 

Memory and Aging Care Clinic (MACC)

Memory and Aging Care Clinic (MACC)

The University of Virginia’s Memory and Aging Care Clinic (MACC) has been recognized as
the model for dementia care across the state.

We take a patient and family-centered approach to providing high quality, compassionate, and comprehensive care for individuals with cognitive and memory problems.

We work closely with patients with Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia, Lewy body disease, vascular and mixed dementias, and many other diseases. Our multidisciplinary clinical team includes neurologists, neuropsychologists, nurses, speech therapists, and social workers. We also collaborate with colleagues in neuroradiology and neurogenetics to provide specialized services on an individual basis.

 

Meet Our Team
Neuropsychology Faculty

 

Neurology Faculty

 

Neuropsychology Fellows
  • Julian Garcia, PsyD
  • Shannon Reilly, PhD
  • Jennifer Romano Morris, PsyD
  • Willie McBride, PhD

 

Neuro-Psychometrists
  • Lisa Sherwood
  • Robert Kortz
  • Indigo Williams

 

Nursing

 

Clinical Coordinators
  • Lisa Opie, CCRC
  • Colleen Webber, CCRC

 

Care Coordinators
  • Elizabeth Boyd
  • Samantha Fields

 

Appointments

To make an appointment, please call (434) 924-2706. For more information and directions:

Memory and Aging Care Clinic
Neuropsychology Clinic