Jordan H Grafman, PhD
Focus of Work
My primary interest is in understanding the functions of the human prefrontal cortex and improving those functions after brain damage. Thus, I have additional interests in neuroplasticity, memory, executive functions, and social neuroscience. I use structural and functional MRI, non-invasive brain stimulation, psychophysiological recordings, and genetics as tools in this research effort.
Brain InjuryCognitive NeuroscienceNeuroscienceNeuropsychologyGenomicsStructural and Functional NeuroimagingPsychologyQuantitative MRI
Education and Certification
- PhD: University of Wisconsin, Neuropsychology (1981)
Administrative office: 312-238-1495
Director, Brain Injury Research
25th foor, NE 355 E Erie
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
Chicago IL 60611
Institutes and Centers
Visit Jordan H Grafman's Northwestern Scholars Profile to see the list of publications.