Claire Galloway, Ph.D.

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Claire Galloway, Ph.D.


About The Author:

Claire Galloway is a post-doctoral fellow at Emory University. She received her Bachelor of Science in psychology from Georgia State University in 2011, her Master of Arts in psychology from Emory University in 2013, and her Doctor of Philosophy in psychology (neuroscience and animal behavior program) from Emory University in 2017. Claire studies the nature of hippocampal dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease and how brain regions important for memory, the amygdala and hippocampus, interact during memory tasks.

Expertise In:
alzheimers disease   flickering light   brain   dementia   optogenetics   brain function   therapy   preventative   alzheimer's disease   air pollution   genes   environment   amyloid plaques   cognitive impairments   young blood plasma   transfusions   aging   age-related diseases   noninvasive treatment   cognition   cognitive training   tms   transcranial magnetic stimulation   brain stimulation   humor   sense of humor   alzheimer's   caregivers   quality of life   hearing   hearing loss   age-related decline   cognitive impairment  
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