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Ruth M. O'Hara

Associate Director

Mental Illness Research , Education and Clinical Centers

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Mental Illness Research , Education and Clinical Centers

11301 Wilshire Blvd.

Los Angeles, California,90073

United States

Company Description

MIRECC - Mental Illness Research, Eduation and Clinical Center - a VISN 22 and Department of Veteran's Affairs sponsored program to support research, education and clinical projects aimed at improving functional outcome for patients with psychosis and other se... more

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Employment History

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Stanford University


Director

Department of Veterans Affairs


Affiliations

Center for Youth Wellness

Scientific Advisory Council Member


Education

PhD

Experimental Cognitive Psychology

University of Southern California


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4researchers | Contributors | Ruth M. O'Hara

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Home / Contributors / Ruth M. O'Hara
Ruth M. O'Hara, PhD Dr. O'Hara's research focuses on the integration of biological, genetic and psychological approaches to cognitive aging and aims to: (1) more fully elucidate the mechanisms underlying normal and pathological cognitive decline; (2) assist with early identification of those at greatest risk for dementia, and (3) develop interventions for reducing cognitive decline in normal aging and dementia. Her current work includes an investigation of the relationship among sleep disordered breathing, APOE genotype, and cognition.


PAIRE - Research and Development and Associated Subcommittees

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Ruth O'Hara, PhD Assistant Director, MIRECC


Annals of General Psychiatry | Editorial Board

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Dr Ruth O'Hara Stanford University, United States of America


stigmafighters.com

Dr. Ruth O'Hara, a psychologist and associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University in Palo Alto, told me, "We are still educating the general public about the extent to which mental health reflects real brain changes.


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Ruth O'Hara, PhD
The Brookdale Foundation Group Ruth O'Hara, PhD Ruth O'Hara Dr. O'Hara conducted her undergraduate work at University College Dublin. She came to the United States to attend graduate school at the University of Southern California, where she obtained her PhD in Experimental Cognitive Psychology. At present, Dr. O'Hara is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Stanford University. She is also Associate Director of the Sierra-Pacific Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC) and serves as Co-Director of the MIRECC Fellowship in Advanced Psychiatry and Psychology. Dr. O'Hara's research aims to increase our understanding of the neurophysiological mechanisms understanding age-related cognative decline, mild cognitive impairment and the onset of dementia. Dr. O'Hara's specific research goal as a Brookdale National Fellow was to employ quantitative electroencephalography to elucidate the possible neurophysiologic mechanisms of memory dysfunction in elderly adults.


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