Douglas Terry, PhD, is a clinical neuropsychologist, and an assistant professor in the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School. He is an investigator for the In-Person Assessment Study, an initiative of the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University, as well as a research advisor, and is part of the Brain and Behavior team involved in the assessment of neurocognitive functioning and psychological health. Terry received his PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Georgia and completed his clinical residency in adult neuropsychology at UCLA Medical Center/Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. He then completed a clinical research fellowship in sports neuropsychology and mild traumatic brain injury at Spaulding Rehabilitation Network, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Harvard Medical School. Terry is interested in the factors associated with a prolonged concussion recovery and later-life difficulties, the effect of psychological and health variables on baseline testing, and deriving a cognition endpoint sensitive to traumatic brain injury for the potential use in clinical trials.
Team: Research Advisors