Her primary scientific interests are in Neuropsychology, Cognition, Internal medicine, Alzheimer's disease and Dementia. Neuropsychology is a subfield of Psychiatry that Lisa Delano-Wood studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Apolipoprotein E, Gerontology and Cognitive decline in addition to Cognition.
Lisa Delano-Wood works mostly in the field of Internal medicine, limiting it down to topics relating to Cardiology and, in certain cases, Pathology, as a part of the same area of interest. While the research belongs to areas of Alzheimer's disease, Lisa Delano-Wood spends her time largely on the problem of Neuroscience, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Internal capsule, Superior longitudinal fasciculus and Inferior longitudinal fasciculus. Her Dementia research focuses on Biomarker and how it connects with Neuroimaging.
Lisa Delano-Wood focuses on Internal medicine, Neuropsychology, Cognition, Dementia and Traumatic brain injury. Her work deals with themes such as Oncology and Cardiology, which intersect with Internal medicine. Lisa Delano-Wood interconnects Neuroimaging, Cognitive impairment and Audiology in the investigation of issues within Neuropsychology.
Her Cognition study incorporates themes from Gerontology and Clinical psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Alzheimer's disease, Amyloid beta, Biomarker and Amyloid as well as Dementia. Her research in Alzheimer's disease intersects with topics in Stroke and Neuroscience.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cognition, Internal medicine, Neuroimaging, Dementia and Clinical psychology. Her work in the fields of Cognition, such as Neuropsychology and Cognitive impairment, intersects with other areas such as Latent class model. As part of her studies on Internal medicine, she often connects relevant subjects like Cardiology.
Pathology, Positron emission tomography, Tauopathy, Pathogenesis and Composite score is closely connected to Biomarker in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Neuroimaging. Her work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as California Verbal Learning Test, Quality of life, Executive dysfunction and Traumatic brain injury. Her Cognitive decline research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of White matter, Diffusion MRI and Fractional anisotropy.
Lisa Delano-Wood mainly focuses on Neuroimaging, Cognition, Internal medicine, Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative and Dementia. Her studies in Neuroimaging integrate themes in fields like White matter hyperintensity and Neuropsychology. Her study in Neuropsychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Posttraumatic stress, Clinical psychology, Hyperintensity and Traumatic brain injury.
The subject of her Cognition research is within the realm of Neuroscience. As part of her studies on Internal medicine, she frequently links adjacent subjects like Cardiology. Her Dementia study is concerned with the larger field of Pathology.
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Quantification of five neuropsychological approaches to defining mild cognitive impairment.
Amy J. Jak;Amy J. Jak;Mark W. Bondi;Mark W. Bondi;Lisa Delano-Wood;Christina Wierenga;Christina Wierenga.
American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (2009)
Neuropsychological Criteria for Mild Cognitive Impairment Improves Diagnostic Precision, Biomarker Associations, and Progression Rates
Mark W. Bondi;Emily C. Edmonds;Amy J. Jak;Lindsay R. Clark.
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease (2014)
Decreased white matter integrity in late-myelinating fiber pathways in Alzheimer's disease supports retrogenesis.
Nikki H. Stricker;B. C. Schweinsburg;Lisa Delano-Wood;Lisa Delano-Wood;Christina E. Wierenga;Christina E. Wierenga.
Neuropsychological Contributions to the Early Identification of Alzheimer’s Disease
Mark W. Bondi;Mark W. Bondi;Amy J. Jak;Lisa Delano-Wood;Mark W. Jacobson.
Neuropsychology Review (2008)
Susceptibility of the conventional criteria for mild cognitive impairment to false-positive diagnostic errors
Emily C. Edmonds;Lisa Delano-Wood;Lisa Delano-Wood;Lindsay R. Clark;Amy J. Jak;Amy J. Jak.
Alzheimers & Dementia (2015)
Heterogeneity in mild cognitive impairment: Differences in neuropsychological profile and associated white matter lesion pathology
Lisa Delano-Wood;Mark W. Bondi;Joshua Sacco;Norm Abeles.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2009)
Subjective cognitive complaints contribute to misdiagnosis of mild cognitive impairment.
Emily Edmonds;Lisa Delano-Wood;Douglas Galasko;David Salmon.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2014)
Are Empirically-Derived Subtypes of Mild Cognitive Impairment Consistent with Conventional Subtypes?
Lindsay R. Clark;Lisa Delano-Wood;David J. Libon;Carrie R. McDonald.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2013)
Complex activities of daily living vary by mild cognitive impairment subtype.
Katherine J. Bangen;Amy J. Jak;Dawn M. Schiehser;Lisa Delano-Wood.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2010)
Regional White Matter Pathology in Mild Cognitive Impairment Differential Influence of Lesion Type on Neuropsychological Functioning
Lisa Delano-Wood;Norm Abeles;Joshua M. Sacco;Christina E. Wierenga.
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