Christina Wong, Ph.D., ABPP

Dr. Christina Wong is a Staff Neuropsychologist at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health where she has been involved in clinical care, research, and training. She is also the Clinical Core Co-Director for the Nevada exploratory Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, which focuses on aging and dementia in rural communities. She completed her graduate training in clinical psychology specializing in neuropsychology at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and her neuropsychology internship and postdoctoral fellowship at VA San Diego/UC San Diego. Dr. Wong’s research interests include understanding risk factors for dementia including social determinants of health, improving early detection of Alzheimer’s disease, and identifying biomarkers for predicting cognitive decline. She was the inaugural co-chair of the Asian Neuropsychological Association (ANA) Advocacy Committee, served on the ANA Executive Committee as member-at-large, and is active in mentorship. She also has led health equity initiatives to improve access to care at Cleveland Clinic Nevada and promotes neuropsychology’s role in social justice advocacy.