Dr. Isaac Tourgeman graduated from Florida International in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and minors in Philosophy and Statistics. Dr. Tourgeman earned a Master of Science in Psychopharmacology in 2014 while completing his PhD. in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University in 2015. Dr. Tourgeman completed his clinical internship at University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital-Adult Neuropsychology Rotation. His Postdoctoral Residency was completed at the Design Neuroscience Center with a focus in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation psychology. Dr. Tourgeman continues to practice at the Design Neuroscience Center, specializing in acquired brain injuries. Research interests include traumatic brain injuries, stroke, dementia and neurorehabilitation. He has current projects exploring the influence of premorbid and co-morbid factors on the course and presentation of neurocognitive disorders. Other projects include: similarities between trauma response and traumatic brain injury and group rehabilitation of cognitive disorders in a diverse patient population. He is a co-investigator for a phase 2 clinical trial. Dr. Tourgeman is also the co-coordinator to the neuropsychology track and faculty advisor to the neuropsychology club. Dr. Tourgeman is currently as member of multiple professional organizations including: International Neuropsychological Society, National Academy of Neuropsychology and Hispanic Neuropsychological Society.