Natalie A. Emmert PhD

Natalie Emmert

Natalie A. Emmert
PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Neurology

Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences


Specialty/Research Focus

Alzheimer Disease / Memory Disorders; Neurodegenerative disorders; Neurooncology; Neuropsychology

Contact Information
1001 Main St.
4th Floor
Buffalo, New York 14203
Phone: 716-323-0556
Fax: 716-323-0595
naemmert@buffalo.edu


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Education and Training:

  • Fellowship, Clinical Neuropsychology, Medical College of Wisconsin (2020)
  • Internship, Clinical Psychology (Neuropsychology Track), The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (2018)
  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, Saint Louis University (2018)
  • MS, Clinical Psychology, Saint Louis University (2015)
  • BA, Psychology, Daemen College (2011)

Employment:

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurology, University at Buffalo (2020-present)


Journal Articles:

  • Emmert, N. A., Ristow, G. L., McCrea, M. A., deRoon-Cassini, T. A., & Nelson, L. D. (2021) Comparing traumatic brain injury symptoms reported via questionnaires versus a novel structured interview. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (Jan).
  • Emmert NA, Schwarz LR, Vander Wal JS, Gfeller JD. (2019) Neuropsychological predictors of health and safety abilities in dementia. Appl Neuropsychol Adult (Apr)1-13.
  • Merz ZC, Zane K, Emmert NA, Lace J, Grant A. (2019) Examining the relationship between neuroticism and post-concussion syndrome in mild traumatic brain injury. Brain Inj (Feb), 33(8): 1003-1011.
  • Emmert, N. A., Schwarz, L. R., Vander Wal, J. S., & Gfeller, J. (2018) The RBANS factor structure in older adults with suspected cognitive impairment: Evidence of a 5-factor structure. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult (Jan), 25(1): 38-50.
  • Lace, J. W., Merz, Z., Grant, A. F., Emmert, N. A., Zane, K. L., & Handal, P. J. (2018) Validation of the K6 and its depression and anxiety subscales for detecting nonspecific psychological distress and need for treatment. Current Psychology (Jan), 39(5): 1552-1561.
  • Lace, J. W., Emmert, N. A., Merz, Z., Zane, K. L., Grant, A. F., Aylward, S. A., Dorflinger, J., Davis, A. V., Cruz, N., & Gfeller, J. D. (2018) Investigating the BRIEF and BRIEF-SR in adolescents with mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology (Jan), 5(1-2): 9-19.
  • Parks, A.C., Gfeller, J., Emmert, N. A., & Lammert, H. (2016) Detecting feigned postconcussional and posttraumatic stress symptoms with the Structured Inventory for Malingered Symptomatology (SIMS). Applied Neuropsychology: Adult (Jan), 24(5): 429-438.
  • Benedict, R. H. B., Rodgers, J. D., Emmert, N., Kininger, R. & Weinstock-Guttman, B. (2014) Negative work events and accommodations in employed multiple sclerosis patients. Multiple Sclerosis Journal (Jan), 20(1): 116-119.
  • Reimers, K., Emmert, N., Shah, H., Benedict, R. H. B., & Szigeti, K. (2014) Capgras-like visual decomposition in lewy body dementia with therapeutic response to donepezil. Neurology: Clinical Practice (Jan), 4(6): 467-469.

Books and Book Chapters:

  • Cogswell, A. & Emmert, N. (2014) Multi-Method Clinical Assessment. In: Multimethod assessment of implicit and explicit processes. Guilford Press, 150-174.

Professional Memberships:

  • American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
  • American Psychological Association
  • The International Neuropsychological Society

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Contact Information

1001 Main St.
4th Floor
Buffalo, New York 14203
Phone: 716-323-0556
Fax: 716-323-0595
naemmert@buffalo.edu

This faculty member is affiliated with UBMD, practicing physicians who are also professors in the Jacobs School.

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