Dr. Estevana Isaac is a clinical fellow in cognitive and behavioral neurology. She graduated from Penn in 2012 and obtained her MD at Meharry Medical College. Dr. Isaac completed her neurology residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Her prior research has focused on disparities in outcomes for vulnerable patient populations with diverse cultural backgrounds who are living with severe neurologic and mental illness and low resources. As a cognitive and behavioral neurologist, Dr. Isaac’s goal is to explore a multidisciplinary community-based intervention, where teams of nurses, social workers, and counselors collaborate to treat culturally diverse families of lower and middle income classes struggling with Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia and other neurocognitive syndromes. Her mission is to diminish health care disparities and reduce the burden of neurological disease by raising awareness and bringing resources to underserved communities.
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