Caterina Mosti, Ph.D.

Caterina “Cat” Mosti is an adult neuropsychologist, behavioral sleep medicine specialist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and received a PhD in Clinical Psychology with specializations in neuropsychology, sleep, and women’s health from Drexel University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Chicago and a two-year fellowship in medical consultation-liaison neuropsychology from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Mosti provides clinical neuropsychological assessment services and is the incoming co-director of the Psychological Assessment Clinic (PAC), and sees adults with a variety of acquired neurologic and psychiatric illnesses. She also provides behavioral sleep medicine interventions in the UCSF Neuro/Psych Sleep Clinic, and has a particular clinical interest in treating sleep disturbances in those with TBI, MCI, and movement disorders. Her clinical research interests include addressing sleep disturbance as a means to improve cognition in those with acquired neurologic illness, developing advanced cognitive assessment techniques to use in those with subtle cognitive dysfunction (i.e., insomnia), and phenotyping post-TBI sleep disturbances. Dr. Mosti has particular interests in teaching, supervision, and program development. She serves on a national TBI working group, several internal UC committees related to faculty welfare and promotion, and working groups for sleep medicine education.