Kara Eversole Receives Top Clinical Trial Research Award

Kara EversoleKara Eversole, a clinical neuropsychology Ph.D. student in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, presented “Unique Contribution of Brain Age Gap in Demographically Adjusted Neuropsychological Test Performance,” at the International Neuropsychological Society meeting on February 14-17 in New York City.

Eversole also presented, “Longitudinal Analysis of Risk and Resilience Factors on Older Adult Cognition Following Total Knee Arthroplasty” at the UF Anesthesia Celebration of Research Day on February 28 in Gainesville. She demonstrated the importance of preoperative reading ability and resiliency metrics on postoperative cognitive recovery.  Her work was very well received and highly regarded among the anesthesia faculty. Her oral presentation at UF was awarded second place overall. Eversole also received the Top Clinical Trial Research Award for her analyses of factors pertinent to the development of longitudinal postoperative cognitive change following unilateral total knee arthroplasty.  

Well done Kara!

Contributors to this post include Dr. Catherine Price and Kara Eversole presents at International Neuropsychological Society meeting in New York City.