Alexandra Touroutolgou is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. Trained in neuroscience, her work focuses on understanding the human brain in aging, superaging, and in neurodegenerative dementia. In her recent research, she conducts clinical trials that combine brain imaging and noninvasive brain stimulation as an intervention for aging and patients with Primary Progressive Aphasia, usually an aphasic variant of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. In her free time, she enjoys reading mystery novels.
Clinical and Research Areas
- Functional MRI
- Noninvasive brain stimulation
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Primary Progressive Aphasia