Biography & Research:
Jack C. Lennon, M.A., is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology/Neuropsychology at Adler University. His training background has included psychotherapy and neuropsychological assessment with individuals across the lifespan in various settings, including pediatric evaluations that range from neurodevelopmental and learning disorders to epileptic syndromes and other neurologic conditions. He also conducts adult/geriatric neuropsychological evaluations in a specialized movement disorders clinic, with referrals spanning pre-DBS, -focused ultrasound, and -tumor resection evaluations to movement disorders, dementias, stroke, and other neurologic insults. Clinically, he is interested in the spectrum of tau and alpha-synuclein pathologies in the context of complex medical histories. His research background is in translational neurobiology and behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. He regularly reviews submissions for Neuroscience Letters as well as other neuroscience and psychological science journals. Through these experiences, he has become particularly interested in the clinical utility of neuropsychological assessment in early detection and prediction of disease onset, including the extension of Neuropsychology and machine learning approaches to suicidality in neurologic populations.