Andreana P Haley
Assistant Professor — Ph.D., University of Virginia
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Phone: 232-0863
- Office: SEA 3.238
- Campus Mail Code: A8000
Phone: 232-0863 Lab Phone: 471-7926
Office: SEA 3.238 Lab: Lab: SEA 4.110B
See also Clinical Psychology
Dr. Haley does not plan to admit a new graduate student for Fall of 2011.
I received my Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia in 2005 after completing a pre-doctoral internship in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Before joining the Clinical Psychology faculty at UT Austin, I spent two years as a Dementia Research Fellow at Brown University, and a visiting research fellow at the Center for Neurological Imaging at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
My research examines the biological underpinnings of cognitive impairment associated with aging and dementia. As a clinical neuropsychologist, I am interested in studying the neural substrates of memory, language and executive function in clinical populations, in vivo, by utilizingfunctional neuroimaging (fMRI) and neurospectroscopy (1H MRS). I also conduct work to determine how disturbances in glucose metabolism, hormonal regulation, and cardiovascular functioning contribute to changes in cognition, brain morphology, and energy metabolism. My goal is to bridge knowledge from basic and clinical neuroscience with the aim of improving how we understand, predict, and treat age- and disease-related cognitive impairment.
Hoth, K.F., Gonzales, M.M., Tarumi, T., Miles, S.C., Tanaka, H., Haley, A.P. (2010) fMRI evidence of altered functional activation in Metabolic Syndrome. American Journal of Neuroradiology. (In Press)
Gonzales, M.M., Tarumi, T., Miles, S., Tanaka, H., Shah, F., Haley, A.P. (2010) Insulin sensitivity as a mediator of the relationship between BMI and working memory-related brain activation. Obesity. (In Press)
Haley, A.P., Tarumi, T., Gonzales, M.M., Sugawara, J., Tanaka, H. (2010) Subclinical atherosclerosis is related to lower neuronal integrity in middle-aged adults. Brain Research, 1344, 54-61.
Gonzales, M.M., Tarumi, T., Tanaka, H., Sugawara, J., Swann-Sternberg, T., Goudarzi, K., Haley, A.P. (2010) Functional imaging of working memory and peripheral endothelial function in middle-aged adults. Brain and Cognition, 73, 146-151.
Irani, F., Sweet, L., Haley, A., Gunstad, J., Jerskey, B., Mulligan, R.C., Jefferson, A., Poppas, A., Cohen, R. (2009) An fMRI study of verbal working memory, cardiac output, and ejection fraction in elderly patients with cardiovascular disease. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 3, 350-357.
McCaffery, J.M., Haley, A.P., Sweet, L.H., Phelan, S., Raynor, H.A., Del Parigi, A., Cohen, R., Wing, R.R. (2009) Differential fMRI response to food pictures among successful weight loss maintainers relative to normal weight and obese controls. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 90, 928-934.
Haley, A.P., Hoth, K.F., Gunstad, J, Paul, R.H., Jefferson, Tate, D.T., Ono, M., Jerskey, B.A., Poppas, A., Sweet, L.H., Cohen, R.A. (2009) Subjective cognitive complaints relate to white matter hyperintensities and future cognitive decline in patients with cardiovascular disease. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 17(11), 976-985.
Gunstad, J., Keary, T., Poppas, A., Paul, R., Jefferson, A.L., Sweet, L., Hoth, K., Haley, A.P., Forman, D., Cohen, R. (2009) Blood pressure and cognitive function in older adults with cardiovascular disease. International Journal of Neuroscience. 119, 2228-2242.
Jerskey, B.A., Cohen, R.A., Jefferson, A.L., Hoth, K.F., Haley, A.P., Gunstad, J.J., Forman, D.E., Sweet, L.H., Poppas, A. (2009) Sustained attention is associated with systemic reduction of blood flow. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15(1), 137-141.
Cohen, R.A., Poppas, A., Forman, D.E., Hoth, K.F., Haley, A.P., Gunstad, J., Jefferson, A.L., Tate, D.F., Paul, R.H., Sweet, L.H., Ono, M., Jerskey, B., Gerhard-Herman, M. (2009) Vascular and cognitive functions associates with cardiovascular disease in the elderly. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 31(1), 96-110.