Meghan C Campbell, PhD

Associate Research Professor of Neurology & Radiology

Dr. Campbell’s research focuses on the cognitive and behavioral features associated with movement disorders, particularly Parkinson disease. Using a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates behavioral and neuroimaging techniques and principles from clinical science, cognitive psychology, and cognitive neuroscience, Dr. Campbell’s research extends beyond the characterization of cognitive functioning in movement disorders in an effort to elucidate the mechanisms and underlying psychological and neurobiological processes. More specifically, Dr. Campbell is interested in developing a better understanding of how neuropsychological functions relate to the neuropathology, treatment, and progression of Parkinson’s disease.