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Thomas F. Bergquist, Ph.D., ABPP is training coordinator for the fellowship Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology. He is Assistant Professor in Psychology in the Mayo Medical School. He is a consultant in both Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Psychiatry and Psychology at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Bergquist received his doctoral degree in Clinical and Medical Psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and completed a fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at Mayo Clinic. He is co-investigator of a NIDDR funded study on use of the Internet to deliver cognitive rehabilitation services to rural populations. His principal research interests include outcome following brain injury rehabilitation and coping with disability.
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