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Research Scientist, Translational Research, Center for Neuroscience
Courtney Glavis-Bloom, Ph.D. focuses on developing translatable and disease-relevant models to investigate cognitive impairment in psychiatric and neurological disorders (e.g. Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, and autism). Additionally, she studies neurophysiological biomarkers of cognitive deficits associated with these disorders.
Prior to joining SRI, Glavis-Bloom completed graduate studies at Emory University, where she investigated the effects of early insult to the temporal lobe on the maturation of cognitive skills.
Glavis-Bloom holds a B.A. degree in cognitive science from Yale University, and a MA and Ph.D. in psychology with a focus on neuroscience and animal behavior from Emory University.