Gregory Seidel, M.A.
Lab webpage: http://www.temple.edu/cogneurolab/
Bio: Greg received his B.S. in German from Georgetown University. After brief careers in ESL teaching, language translation, and clinical research, he entered the Clinical Psychology Program at Temple in 2008 in Tania Giovannetti’s lab. Now in his fourth year, his research interests have focused on the relation between vascular pathology and cognition, and the contribution of changes in these processes to deficits in everyday action performance. His broader interests include clinical neuropsychology, neuroanatomy, and older adults.
Representative publications and presentations:
Seidel, G. A., Giovannetti, T., & Libon, D. J. (2011). Cerebrovascular disease and cognition in older adults. In M. W. Bondi (Ed.), Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences: Aging. New York: Springer.
Seidel, G. A., Giovannetti, T., Price, C. C., Towler, S., Tanner, J., Mitchell, S., Eppig, J., Pennisi, A., & Libon, D. J. (2011, February). Structural Neuroimaging Correlates of Everyday Action in Dementia. In D. J. Libon (Chair), The Differential Contribution of White and Gray Matter to the Phenotypic Expression of Dementia. Symposium conducted at the 39th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Boston, MA.
Seidel, G., Towler, S.D., Mitchell, S., Tanner, J.J., Price, C., Libon, D.J., Giovannetti, T. Neuroimaging predictors of everyday action errors in dementia. Poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Acapulco, Mexico, February, 2010.
Seidel, G., Scott S., Vieira, F., Benjamin, D., Lange, D.J. Use of Pyrimethamine in SOD1-associated ALS: Early findings. ALS and Other Motor Neuron Diseases. Poster presentation at ALS/MND International Symposium, Toronto, Canada, December, 2007.
Seidel, G., Voustianiouk, A., Panchal, J., Czaplinski, A., Yen, A., Appel, S.H., Lange, D.J. ALSFRS and Appel ALS scores: Discordance with disease progression. ALS and Other Motor Neuron Diseases. Poster presentation at ALS/MND International Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, December, 2006.