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Kate Rankin, PhD

Kate Rankin, PhD

Professor of Neurology

Dr. Rankin is a Professor in Residence in the Memory and Aging division of the UCSF Department of Neurology. She trained at Yale, Fuller, and UCSF, obtaining a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology. At the MAC she investigates the quantitative neurology of human socioemotional behavior, and develops informatics tools to accelerate clinical research and patient care approaches.

Research Overview:

Building Strategic Clinical Informatics Tools to Bridge Precision Medicine Research and Patient Care
Dr. Rankin investigates the underpinnings of human socioemotional behavior in aging and neurodegenerative disease with quantitative brain imaging, and develops tools for harmonizing cross-disciplinary data and analytic processes to facilitate scientific collaboration and clinical care.

Computational health science interests: