If you’re interested in potential reviewers, these investigators and clinicians may serve as journal or grant reviewers on topics related to Latinos and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Crystal M. Glover, PhD – Rush University
Areas of Expertise: Social cognition; Minority aging; Psychosocial determinants of health; Health equity; Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias; Mixed-methodologies.
David X. Marquez, PhD, FACSM, FGSA, FSBM – University of Illinois at Chicago
Areas of Expertise: Physical activity; Health equity; Caregiving; Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias; Public health.
Irving Vega, PhD – Michigan State University
Areas of Expertise: Biomarkers; Community outreach; ADRD health disparities.
Jaime Perales Puchalt, PhD, MPH – University of Kansas
Areas of Expertise: Health disparities; Latino health; Epidemiology; Behavioral interventions.
Katya Rascovsky, PhD – University of Pennsylvania
Areas of Expertise: Neuropsychology; Young-onset dementia; Frontotemporal degeneration; Spanish testing.
Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD – Massachusetts General Hospital
Areas of Expertise: Biomarkers; Neuroimaging; Risk and protective factors; Familial forms of ADRD; Bilingual cognitive assessment.
Jorge J. Llibre Guerra, MD, MSc – Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center
Areas of Expertise: Behavioral Neurology; Epidemiology; Health Disparities; admixture and genetics of AD.
Mónica Rosselli, Ph.D. – Florida Atlantic University
Areas of expertise: Cross-cultural Neuropsychology; Neuropsychological Assessment of Spanish Speakers; Bilingualism and Cognition.