OHSU

Daniel Storzbach, Ph.D.

Daniel Storzbach, Ph.D.

Staff Psychologist
Program Manager, Mood Disorders Research and Treatment Center
Associate Professor, Psychology, Department of Psychiatry at OHSU

Degree: 
Ph.D.

Education:
Doctorate: 1995 University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Neuropsychology Postdoc: 1997 Portland VA Medical Center

Biography:
After receiving his doctorate in clinical psychology, Dr. Storzbach completed his postdoctoral training in neuropsychology at the Portland VAMC. He is currently the head of PVAMC’s Neuropsychology Clinic and is the primary supervisor for neuropsychology training. Dr. Storzbach’s research interests focus on the effects of combat stressors, both psychological and physical, on neuropsychological function. He is a funded investigator on research projects investigating the effects of combat blast exposure on OEF/OIF veterans and cognitive rehabilitation outcome.

Preferred Method of Contact:
phone: 503 220-8262 x56497
email: daniel.storzbach@va.gov 

Activities:
Clinical
Eduaction
Research
Administration

Keywords:
Neuropsychology
Consultation
Rehabilitation
Veterans
Intervention research
Adults
Aging
Assessment
Dementia
PTSD
Medical Illnesses
Neuroscience
VA Psychologist


Current Extramurally Funded Research (PI or Co-PI, grant title, funding source, years, topic):

PI, “Multidiscipline Assessment of Blast Victims for Cognitive Rehabilitation.”  VA RR&D Merit Award, 2007 – 2010, neuropsychological effects of combat blast exposure

PI, “Cognitive Rehabilitation of OIF/OEF Veterans with Cognitive Disorder,” VA RR&D Merit Award, 2010 -2013, multisite treatment outcome for group cognitive rehabilitation

Co-PI, “MRI Markers of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).”  VA RR&D Pilot Study, 2009 – 2010, MRI diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) of blast-exposed veteran