Today’s episode is a clinical case with Dr. Marc Norman about a 63-year-old woman with a history of stroke who may or may not be eligible for a heart transplant.
A pdf of the transcript for this episode is available here.
Dr. Marc Norman is a board-certified neuropsychologist through ABPP. He received his doctorate from Brigham Young University, completed his internship at the University of California San Diego (UCSD)-VA Medical Center, and did an NIH funded postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Dean Delis. Dr. Norman is a faculty member in Psychiatry at UCSD. He provides neuropsychological services to patients with a variety of neurological conditions including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and brain neoplasm. His research is in the impact of medical disorders on cognition, normative issues in neuropsychology, and the influence of demographic factors on neuropsychological test performance. Dr. Normal has served on Advisory Boards for the Epilepsy Foundation of America and the Multiple Sclerosis Society. He has been active in providing mental health services to disaster victims and has served in a leadership capacity with the American Red Cross San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter Disaster Mental Health Team. Dr. Norman is also the Executive Director of the International Neuropsychological Society (INS).