Daniel Rexroth, Psy.D.
Daniel F. Rexroth, Psy.D.
|Personal Statement||Most of my work at Indiana University School of Medicine is clinical in nature and involves the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, dementia, traumatic brain injury, or epilepsy. I am actively involved in the training of postdoctoral fellows, medical students and residents, and practicum students. I enjoy volunteering time with the Alzheimer Association and donate time to provide educational lectures to the public. I have been part of a six-site educational program that was sponsored by three medication companies and also involved with several ongoing dementia medication studies.|
|Education||Undergraduate: Wheaton College
Graduate School: University of Indianapolis
Internship: St. Vincent and Elizabeth Bruyere Hospitals
Fellowship: Indiana University School of Medicine
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: Involved in teaching postdoctoral fellows, medical students, medical residents, psychology interns, and practicum students. I also provide lectures about dementia to the public.
Clinical: I am the director of the Neuropsychology Clinic in the department of Psychiatry at the Indiana University School of Medicine and at the Center for Senior Health at Regenstrief. I am also a consulting neuropsychologist in the department of Neurology at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Research: Primary research focus has been dementia medication trials and a study that informed African Americans about risk for dementia in an attempt to encourage their making lifestyle changes.
Rexroth, D.F. & Friedland, R.P. (2010). Lessons Learned Regarding Recruitment to the National African American Alzheimer Disease Health Literacy Program. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders, 24(3), 54-57.
Fillenbaum, G.G., Burchett, B.M., Unverzagt, F.W., Rexroth, D.F., & Welsh-Bohmer, K. (2011). Norms for CERAD constructional praxis recall. Clinical Neuropsychologist 25(8), 1345-1358.
Rexroth, D.F., Tennstedt, S.L., Jones, R., Guey, L., Rebok, G.W., Marsiske, M., Xu, Y., & Unverzagt, F.W. (2013). Relationship of demographic and health factors to cognition in older adults in the ACTIVE study. Journal of Aging and Health 25(8), 128S-146S