Neurocognitive Screening Initiative team at HealthStreet Health and Well-Being Festival

Published: October 16th, 2018

Category: Faculty, feature post, Students

The Neurocognitive Screening Initiative (NSI) provides a cognitive assessment service to adults who have concerns about their thinking and/or memory – including symptoms of ADHD, epilepsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and dementia syndromes like Alzheimer’s disease. The clinic offers screenings to uninsured individuals or those who cannot otherwise afford cognitive testing. Providers are neuropsychology graduate students, interns, and postdocs under the supervision of a licensed neuropsychologist.

The NSI team includes lead graduate students Erin Trifilio, Priscilla Amofa, Brittany Rohl, and Francesa Lopez, postdoctoral fellows Drs. Franchesca Arias and Janna Belser-Ehrlich, and supervising neuropsychologist Dr. Shellie-Anne Levy.

The NSI team was out this past weekend promoting the service at HealthStreet’s annual health and well-being festival-UF Health Street Night of Dance and featured in the Gainesville Sun.