Cognition and Behavior

Mount Sinai specialists who treat and research neurological disorders, including dementia, belong to the Division of Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry. We treat  older adults with cognitive or behavioral concerns, such as memory loss, difficulty speaking, or personality changes, at The Barbara and Maurice Deane Center for Wellness and Cognitive Health at Mount Sinai. Our mission is to provide an interdisciplinary approach to care for people living with dementia and other related disorders. We also support those in the growing population of older adults who have healthy brains and bodies. Please navigate to the Deane Center page to learn more about the conditions we treat, neurological examinations, preparing for your first visit, and more.

Through our collaborations with Mount Sinai research centers, such as the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, we give our patients access to the newest and most promising therapies in the form of clinical trials. As part of The Friedman Brain Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, we are active in research programs seeking to discover the underlying causes of cognitive and related neuropsychiatric disorders.

Our commitment to science and patient care allows us to provide our patients and their loved ones with the best available therapies. We provide expert guidance through the journey of navigating cognitive and behavioral brain conditions.