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Clinical Neuropsychologist

Dr. Juliana Bates is a licensed psychologist in the Human Clinical Phenotyping (HCP) Core of the Sheryl and Daniel R. Tishman Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory. She is closely involved in the phenotyping of research participants, including diagnostic evaluations, cognitive testing and clinical interviewing. An important aspect of Dr. Bates’ work, and a major function of the HCP, is to facilitate research productivity for investigators in the Einstein network by providing clinical phenotyping services and serving as a link between the clinical and research disciplines. In working with research participants, Dr. Bates’ goals are to ensure that all participants and their families have a positive and informative experience and to help foster supportive and trusting relationships between the community and researchers.