Dr. Tracy Vannorsdall’s research interests include: developing methods to improve cognitive functioning in those at risk for neuropsychological declines due to illness and medical treatments including cancer and COVID-19

Dr. David Schretlen’s research interests include: methods of inference in clinical neuropsychology, cognitive and behavioral correlates of brain imaging in normal aging and neuropsychiatric disorders, and the development of global regression-based norms for neurocognitive assessment, including the International Neuropsychological Normative Database Initiative (INNDI) and Global Neuropsychological Assessment (GNA).

Dr. Vidya Kamath's research interests include the clinical and neurobiological aspects of chemosensory dysfunction in psychiatric and neurodegenerative diseases, the interface of feeding behavior and chemosensory functioning in eating disorders, aging and neurodegenerative disease, and cognitive functioning in neurodegenerative forms of parkinsonism.

Dr. Alison Buchholz’s primary interest is in the development of the Johns Hopkins Center for the Evaluation and Treatment of Functional Neurological Symptom Disorders (FNSD), including collection of clinical data to characterize neuropsychological profiles of various FNSDs and to determine predictors of treatment outcomes. She is also involved in ongoing work examining intraindividual variability in cognitive testing in both healthy persons and clinical populations (e.g., HIV and epilepsy).

Dr. Emily (Duggan) Murriel's program of research explores associations between physical and neuropsychological functioning in healthy and medically ill individuals, particularly individuals undergoing solid-organ transplant. She also specializes in cultural neuropsychology and the development of valid and reliable neuropsychological tools and frameworks for individuals from diverse backgrounds.