Rovner Clinical Research
Dr. Rovner is a tenured professor of Psychiatry, Neurology, and Ophthalmology who researches:
1) Cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease;
2) Racial health disparities in African Americans with diabetes; and
3) Depression and disability due to vision loss.
Dr. Rovner is a clinical expert in Alzheimer’s disease, and has been the principal investigator of seven National Institutes of Health and two Pennsylvania-funded clinical trials testing various behavioral interventions to improve health outcomes in older persons. Along with talented co-investigators, he has developed the interventions, ensured the validity of the experimental designs, maintained quality control, met recruitment goals, managed costs, gathered meaningful outcome data, and published results in high impact journals.
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Philadelphia, PA 19107