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Dr. Rosen is a staff neuropsychologist with The Neurology Center of Southern California and an assistant clinical professor with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Rosen graduated with a B.A. from Indiana University in 2000 and completed a Ph.D. at DePaul University in 2010.
At the pre-doctoral level, Dr. Rosen completed several years of clinical training in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation psychology with the University of Illinois – Chicago’s Center for Cognitive Medicine and The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Dr. Rosen also received specialty training in outpatient neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychiatric rehabilitation, and psychological trauma while completing a pre-doctoral internship and a two years of post-doctoral training at UCSD and Veteran Administration San Diego Healthcare System (VASDHS).
Prior to joining The Neurology Center of Southern California, Dr. Rosen was employed as a staff psychologist with the VASDHS providing assessment and treatment services for Veterans of all eras living with a variety of neurological, physical, and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Rosen also published and presented in the areas of neuropsychological assessment, rehabilitation services, and disability policy.
Dr. Rosen joined The Neurology Center of Southern California in March of 2015. Dr. Rosen has broad clinical interests in neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology. He conducts evaluations for Dementia, Cerebrovascular disorders, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, brain tumors, Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH), Parkinson’s Disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. Additionally, Dr. Rosen provides pre-surgical evaluations for epilepsy, deep brain stimulators interventions, and spinal cord stimulator implantation for pain management. Dr. Rosen also provides criminal and civil forensic evaluations and independent medical evaluations (IME).
In addition, Dr. Rosen can also provide general psychological testing to clarify psychiatric diagnoses, guide treatment, and assist with the acquisition of vocational and academic accommodations. Dr. Rosen is capable of providing assessments for monolingual Spanish speakers. Dr. Rosen also supports the stage III clinical trials administered via The Research Center. Finally, Dr. Rosen enjoys conducting behavioral interventions addressing common rehabilitation needs including pain, neurocognitive deficits, sleep disorders, and mood/behavioral problems.
He is a member of American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, and the National Academy of Neuropsychology. When not working, Dr. Rosen enjoys spending time with his family, surfing, and practicing yoga.