Richelin Dye received her Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology from Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, USA, where she specialized in health psychology and received the Dean’s Award. Dr. Dye completed her neuropsychology internship at Baylor Institute of Rehabilitation in Dallas, USA, specializing in traumatic brain injury, brain tumors, and epilepsy. She has been part of Dr. Gary Small’s research team since 2009 and is now completing her postdoctoral training under the supervision of Dr. Karen Miller at the UCLA Longevity Center, Los Angeles, USA. Over the past few years, Dr. Dye has focused both her clinical and research work on aging, risk for Alzheimer’s disease, and memory training. Presently, Dr. Dye is part of the UCLA research clinical trials on Dakim Brain Fitness computerized program and a study on pomegranate and memory. Additional research interests include coping and stress, breast cancer and memory, and hormone replacement therapy plus risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
Biography Updated on 4 August 2013