Sarah Kathryn Lageman, PhD
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Sarah K. Lageman is a native of Baltimore, MD. She received a BA in psychology from Winthrop University (1997) and MS (2002) and PhD (2006) degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Florida. She completed her internship with a neuropsychology emphasis at West Virginia University (2005-2006) and post-doctoral training in clinical neuropsychology at the Mayo Clinic (2006-2008). Her first faculty appointment was in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Emory University (2008-2010). In 2010 she moved to Virginia Commonwealth University, where she is an assistant rofessor of neurology and the neuropsychology program director of the Parkinsonís and Movement Disorders Center. Dr. Lagemanís clinical research is focused on developing and evaluating cognitive and quality of life (QOL) interventions in individuals with Parkinsonís disease and other movement-related disorders and their caregivers. She is currently the principal investigator of two randomized-controlled trials examining neurocognitive techniques and QOL interventions in individuals with PD.