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Stebbins
Glenn
T.
BA, MA, PhD
Professor
Facilitator, Imaging Translational Resources Core
Neurological Sciences
College of Health Sciences, Graduate College, Rush Medical College, Rush University
630 S. Hermitage Ave.
Kidston House
Ste. 801
Chicago, IL 60612

630 S. Hermitage Ave.
Kidston House
Ste. 801
Chicago, IL 60612

(312) 563-3854
(312) 563-4009
gstebbin@rush.edu
Postdoctoral Fellowship, clinical neuropsychology, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, 1988
PhD, clinical psychology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., 1987
BA, psychology, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, Calif., 1978
Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms, Mental Disorders, Nervous System Diseases, Psychological Phenomena and Processes
Imaging Techonology




Research Interests

Dr. Stebbins' research interests center on the effects of normal and pathological aging on cognitive function in humans. Using advanced neuroimaging (e.g., fMRI, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, SPECT) and behavioral techniques, studies are designed to assess the relationship between structural and functional changes in the CNS and age-related behavioral changes. Specific areas of interest include the contribution of white matter microstructural integrity to cortical and subcortical gray matter function during executive and declarative memory performance.

Current research focuses on four areas: 1) Dissociation of cortical and sub-cortical contributions of executive working memory impairments in patients with movement disorders. 2) Delineation of medial temporal lobe functional activity during declarative memory performance in patients with Alzheimer's disease, mild cognitive impairment, 3). Examining the contribution of "normal appearing" white matter integrity to perceptual motor processing speed and executive working memory performance in patients with ischemic stroke. 4). Decomposing the influence of lesion pathology on cognitive function in patients with multiple sclerosis.

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