Dr. Parsey is a clinical neuropsychologist at UW Medicine's Memory and Brain Wellness Center at Harborview, and an assistant professor of neurology at the UW School of Medicine.
She specializes in neuropsychological assessment and diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders with a specific interest in Alzheimer's disease. She is committed to providing meaningful care to patients, caregivers and families, and she is passionate about non-pharmacological interventions for patients with memory disorders.
Dr. Parsey earned her Ph.D. at Washington State University and worked in VA hospitals in Denver, CO and Albuquerque, NM before coming to the UW. Her interdisciplinary research has focused on development of smart environments and assistive technologies to help patients with memory difficulties remain engaged mentally and physically, as well as live independently, for as long as possible.
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