Bonnie Wong is the Director of the Neuropsychology Program for the Frontotemporal Disorders Unit. Bonnie is a board-certified neuropsychologist with over 20 years of clinical experience working with adults affected by a range of neurologic conditions. She has developed and directed programs focused on maintaining brain health, slowing cognitive decline, and training cognition through music and movement. Her primary clinical and research focuses include interventional neuropsychology, cognitive reserve, and the use of technology in assessment and cognitive training.
Bonnie’s hobbies include flamenco (dance and castanet work), flamenco-engagement programs at nursing and independent living facilities, classical piano, study of partnering, and human interaction.
Clinical and Research Areas
- Adult neuropsychology (neurodegenerative disorders)
- Behavioral intervention and cognitive remediation
- Brain health
- Memory and executive functioning in neurodegenerative disorders
- Cognitive reserve
- Brain health interventions
- Technology-based neuropsychological assessment and monitoring