Jeremy Grant

I'm pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in clinical neuropsychology. I'm a member of Dr. Lisa Rapport's neuropsychology research lab, where we collaborate with researchers and clinicians from the Wayne State University School of Medicine and Harper University Hospital Neurology Clinic. My current research examines how intellectual-enriching leisure activities can help buffer the onset of cognitive deficits in people with multiple sclerosis.

I'm currently completing my APA pre-doctoral internship in clinical neuropsychology at the University of Florida, where I provide assessment and therapy services to adults with neurological disorders, including neurodegenerative disorders (Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, Parkinson's disease and related disorders), acquired brain injury (stroke, traumatic brain injury), and neurodevelopmental disorders (ADHD, learning disabilities). I also provide cognitive rehabiltiation to adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Clinical neuropsychology
  • Cognitive reserve
  • Behavioral interventions for brain health


  • Pre-doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology, University of Florida (2021-2022)
  • Ph.D. Candidate, Psychology, Minor in Clinical Neuropsychology, Wayne State University (expected 2022)
  • M.A. in Psychology, Wayne State University (2019)
  • M.Sc. in Neuroscience, Carleton University (2016)
  • B.S. in Biology, Minor in Chemistry, Andrews University (2013)

Awards and grants

  • Ben and Brenda Rosen Annual Teaching and Research Award ($2500, April 2020)

  • Wayne State University Financial Award for Fellowship Application ($1000, October 2019)

  • Betty J. Neitzel Summer Graduate Student Research Award ($4000, February 2019)

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation Student Award Program ($3000, August 2018)

Selected publications

  • Grant, J.G., Siegel, L., D’Angiulli, A. (2021). From schools to scans: A neuroeducational approach to comorbid math and reading disabilities. Frontiers in Public Health: Children and Health
  • Buchanan, D. M., Grant, J., & D’Angiulli, A. (2019). Commercial wireless versus standard stationary EEG systems for personalized emotional brain-computer interfaces: a preliminary reliability check. Neuroscience Research Notes, 2(1), 7-15.

Courses taught

  • PSY1010 Introductory Psychology Lab (fall 2016, winter 2017)
  • PSY3020 Research Methods in Psychology Lab (summer 2017)
  • PSY1010 Head Teaching Assistant (fall 2017 & winter 2018)
  • PSY1010 Introductory Psychology Lecture (summer 2018, summer 2020)
  • PSY7200 Assessment Lab (fall 2018, winter 2019, fall 2019, winter 2020)
  • PSY3310 Abnormal Psychology (fall 2020)