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Cynthia M. Stonnington, M.D., has three main research interests:
Dr. Stonnington's current research efforts involve applying machine learning to imaging and cognitive scores for the purpose of predicting cognitive decline; testing exercise and other socially engaging interventions to potentially curb cognitive decline in at-risk individuals; and exploring cognitive and emotional mechanisms associated with functional neurological symptoms and their treatment.
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