Faculty Profile: Nicola Wolfe

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Nicola Wolfe

School: Mind-Body Medicine

Bio:
Biographical Sketch: Nicola Wolfe, Ph.D

Dr. Nicola Wolfe earned her PhD in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Harvard University. She has taught courses in “Contemporary Neuroscience”, “Biological Psychology”, “Chemical Dependence”, “Research Design”, and “Psychopharmacology” at Harvard University, University of Tokyo, U.C. Berkeley, California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant University, University of San Francisco, and U.C. Berkeley Extension. Her published research is predominantly in Neuroimaging in Alzheimer's Disease and Cross Cultural Neuropsychological Assessment. She is the recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship and a Fulbright Faculty Scholarship for Research in Japan. She is co-author of the "Cross Cultural Cognitive Exam CCCE" (Glosser, Wolfe, Albert,© 1991) which has been translated and adapted in Japanese, Chamorro, Tagalog, French, German and Spanish. Research interests include using functional brain imaging such as fMRI for neurofeedback in Mind Body Medicine.

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