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.
Education and training
- Ph.D., 1995, University of Nebraska
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