Luke Henry, PhD, joined the Department of Neurological Surgery in November of 2015. Dr. Henry completed his doctorate in clinical neuropsychology, specializing in research and intervention, at the Université de Montréal in 2011. He then moved to Pittsburgh where he completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the UPMC Sports Concussion Program. Dr. Henry worked for two years as a clinical instructor within the concussion program before joining the Department of Neurological Surgery.
In his current role, Dr. Henry is responsible for pre- and post-operative neuropsychological testing for a variety of pathologies/conditions including movement disorders, epilepsy, Chiari malformations, brain tumors and post-TBI assessments. He is also actively involved with various research endeavors with other faculty members within the department. Dr. Henry is the lead neuropsychologist in the department, overseeing the growth of neuropsychological services within the department and in collaboration with other departments. He is also involved with doctoral-level training for clinical psychology students from the University of Pittsburgh and Chatham University. Additionally, he is the instructor for the graduate-level cognitive assessment class at the University of Pittsburgh where he is an adjunct professor.
Dr. Henry's publications can be reviewed through the National Library of Medicine's publication database.
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Education & Training
- BS, Psychology, University of Calgary, 2003
- MS, Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Calgary, 2006
- PhD, Clinical Neuropsychology, Université de Montréal, 2011
- Fellowship, Clinical Neuropsychology, UPMC, 2013