Schonnger Professor of Neurology
Chief, Neuropsychology Division
BiographyDr. Levin graduated with a BS in Psychology from Georgetown University and a PHD from Temple University. She holds the Bernard and Alexandria Schoninger Professor for NeuroPsychology and is Chief of the NeuroPsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience Division in the Department of Neurology.
Education & Training
Teaching InterestsDr. Levin directs the Schoninger Neuropsychology Teaching Program in which she oversees all cognitive and behavioral assessments carried out in the Division of Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuroscience and supervises the activities and development of eight practicum graduate students and four post doctoral fellows so as to become physician scientists
Research InterestsI have interest and much experience in cognitive, behavioral, and socioemotional aging neuroscience over the adult lifespan and in the detection of early biomarkers of behavioral and cognitive decline in neurodegenerative disease. As the director of a large clinical neuroscience lab we explore many projects.