Inpatient Neuropsychology Consultation
Effects of medical conditions and procedures on cognition and functional abilities
Neuroimaging and neurobehavioral correlates
Infectious disease, including HIV and AIDS
As a neuropsychologist, Lindsay has two primary roles. In some instances, she helps a patient and his or her loved ones to better understand how an illness/injury may influence functioning at work, home, and in interpersonal relationships. In other cases, she serves as a resource for the care providers who seek diagnostic specificity, or wish to quantify neurobehavioral changes occurring due to illness or injury. Together, these roles allow her to aid in patient care as part of a team involving the patient, his or her loved ones, and other providers taking part in the treatment and care of an individual.
Lindsay enjoys outdoor activities, especially in rural environments. Hiking, rollerblading, biking, spending time with friends, family and pets. She came to Fargo for this exact reason - the opportunity to be in a large, integrated hospital while being a part of a rural community. Lindsay also loves to travel.
Sanford Seed Grant Recepient, 2013: Cognitive Functioning Improves Following TAVI; Cerebral Perfusion Trumps Embolic Injury