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Hanna Hausman

Tom C. Clark High School, 2014

Texas A&M University, 2018

B.A. Psychology Honors Minor in Neuroscience - Summa Cum Laude - President's Endowed Scholarship - Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society

University of Florida

M.S. Clinical Psychology

PhD Candidate Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology Track

Hannah Hausman

St. George Class of 2010

Clinical Neuropsychology PhD Student - Specializing in treatments for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Hanna is a doctoral student in the University of Florida’s Clinical Neuropsychology PhD program. Her research involves using multimodal neuroimaging techniques to assess individual differences in brain-based factors that contribute to cognitive decline in older adults. She is also involved in a Phase III clinical trial examining the efficacy of delivering noninvasive interventions (i.e., transcranial direct current stimulation and cognitive training) in older adults to improve thinking and memory. Clinically, she assists in conducting neuropsyschological evaluations for aging and neurodegenerative disease populations and delivers psychotherapeutic interventions to patients in her community. In her final years of her PhD program, Hanna will continue to investigate methods to slow down the onset of dementia and polish her clinical skills to become an independent scientist-practitioner in the field of Neuropsychology.

“At St. George, teachers fostered a desire to think outside of the box, leading to my career of asking questions that may change the course of dementia research.”