Monday, June 16, 2014
Posted in: Campus News
Seichepine completed his dissertation at Boston University in 2011 (Vision, Perception, Visuospatial Cognition and Everyday Function in Subtypes of Parkinson ’s disease) and has since continued his research in neuropsychology as a Post-doctoral Fellow in Neuropsychology at the Boston University School of Medicine. He taught Sports Neuropsychology, Psychology of Learning, General Psychology and How the Brain Works: An Introduction the Neurospsychology at BU.
While at BU, Seichepine supervised many students' research projects and is eager to do the same at UNH Manchester, especially in areas related to neuropsychological evaluations. He plans to offer a new course in Sports Neuropsychology, which will focus on the impact of brain injury in athletes.
Seichepine is a Massachusetts licensed psychologist with a practice in neuropsychology. He has published several peer-reviewed articles on cognition in normal aging, Parkinson's disease, and sports-related traumatic brain injury. His current research is focused on better understanding the long-term cognitive and physical effects associated with the 1990-1991 Persian Gulf War.