Andrea Bozoki, MD

Andrea BozokiI am a fellowship-trained geriatric neurologist with a longstanding interest in dementia care. The focus of my scholarship has been the exploration of cognitive function during the transition between healthy aging and early dementia. In particular, I am interested in the structure-function relationships underlying the evolution of de novo Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s disease, as well as understanding what factors can prevent or allay cognitive decline during aging. My work has utilized primarily neuropsychometric testing along with functional and structural MR imaging. An additional, newer approach has been the addition of FDG-PET and amyloid-PET imaging to MRI data. Current work in my lab focuses on establishment of multi-modal MR imaging (resting-state fMRI, volumetric MRI and Diffusion Tensor MRI) of MCI subgroups to establish an MR “signature” of amyloid positivity. In addition, I am also actively engaged in clinical trials with novel Alzheimer’s disease compounds and in that capacity, also have experience with the use of non-imaging biomarkers to evaluate disease progression.

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