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Dr. April Wiechmann is a neuropsychologist primarily conducting clinical work through the Geriatric Service Line. Her teaching contributions include first- and second-year medical students in clinical applications. She also mentors fourth-year medical students during their geriatric rotation and supervises master’s level and fourth-year doctoral students from UNT and UT Southwestern.
Dr. Wiechmann’s primary research interests are in the area of neuropsychology and geriatrics. She is the recipient of a federal grant through the National Institutes of Health. Recent publications have focused on neuropsychiatric symptoms and the impact of cholesterol and gender, testosterone and neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia, measures of intellectual stability in dementia, and test development for assessing knowledge and behavior in emergency situations for patients with cognitive impairment.

Education/Academic qualification

BA in Psychology, California State University Fresno

PhD in in Clinical Health Psychology and Behavior Med, UNT Health Science Center

MS in Clinical Health Psychology and Behavior Med, University of North Texas


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