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Lisa M. Koehl, PhD

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Dr. Lisa Koehl
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  • Cognitive disorders
  • Memory and Aging Program
  • Movement Disorders
  • Neurology
  • Neuropsychology
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  • About

    Dr. Lisa M. Koehl received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with a neuropsychology concentration from University of Kentucky. She completed a clinical psychology internship with specialty training in neuropsychology at Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System. She then returned to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and completed a two-year neuropsychology postdoctoral fellowship.

    Dr. Koehl is experienced in neurocognitive assessments in diverse neurological populations including neurodegenerative disease, movement disorder, traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular disease, epilepsy, and other conditions. Her additional areas of clinical expertise include pre-surgical deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor along with atypical aging differential diagnostics. Her research interests include cognitive sequelae and risk factors of neurodegenerative diseases. She has published works in the areas of Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, assessment validation, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, neurotoxicity, and traumatic brain injury.

    Faculty Rank

    Assistant Professor of Neurology


    Clinical Psychology, University of Kentucky

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  • Awards

    1. Jesse G. Harris Scientist-Practitioner Award
    2. Pre-doctoral Research Award, UK Department of Psychology
    3. Paul Hager Graduate Research Award, Kentucky Psychological Association Foundation