Denise D. Correa, PhD

Denise D. Correa, PhD

Neuropsychologist

Clinical Expertise

Adult Neuropsychology; Cognitive Side Effects of Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy; Dementia

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About Me

Education

PhD, University of Victoria (Canada)

Residencies

Long Island Jewish Medical Center

Fellowships

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Board Certifications

Clinical Neuropsychology

I am a neuropsychologist with experience in the assessment of cognitive changes associated with cancer and its treatment, particularly in patients with brain tumors. I am the principal investigator or a co-investigator for several research studies that focus on the adverse cognitive effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

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Clinical Trials

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Memorial Sloan Kettering's doctors and scientists are constantly developing new treatments for cancer. MSK is typically running hundreds of clinical trials at a given time.

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Research and Publications

Publications on PubMed

Visit PubMed for a full listing of Dr. Correa’s journal articles. Pubmed is an online index of research papers and other articles from the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.