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Jane Martin

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  • PHD, New York University

  • Internship, Psychology
    Mount Sinai Hospital

  • Fellowship, Neuropsychology
    Mount Sinai Hospital


    Dr. Martin is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Clinical Neuropsychology Division in the Department of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.  She is the Director of the Neuropsychology Testing and Evaluation Center and the Adult Psychology Training Program in the Department of Psychiatry.  She received her Ph.D. in Psychology from New York University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.  Dr. Martin is a founder of the Women's Initiative at Mount Sinai, an interdivisional effort that links programs and practitioners specializing in issues pertaining to women's health.  She teaches in the Memory Enhancement Program, a wellness program for older adults, and also maintains a neuropsychological evaluation and psychotherapy practice.  Dr. Martin is a neuropsychologist at Mount Sinai's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center's (ADRC) research team, as well as being an accomplished clinician and administrator of neuropsychological clinical services.

    As Director of the Neuropsychological Testing and Evaluation Center, she provides neuropsychological assessment for memory disorders and teaches, "Introduction to Neuropsychological Assessment in Psychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry".  Dr. Martin conducts and supervises neuropsychological assessments, in addition to teaching and lecturing on the topic of neuropsychological testing and memory and aging.  Dr. Martin's research interests include healthy aging in the elderly, Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, and women's cognitive changes throughout the lifespan.  She receives research support from Mount Sinai's ADRC (Alzheimer's Disease Research Center) and the ADCS Project (Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study Site) on which she is PI for a multi-center 4-year longitudinal study to evaluate home-based methods for Alzheimer's disease prevention research (GCO #91-208(13).  Dr. Martin is the center neuropsychologist and co-investigator for a study of deep brain stimulation for treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (GCO #09-1479).


Research Interests

Memory and Aging, Neuropsychology of Alzheimer's disease and related Dementias


Kellner C, Martin J, Strain J, Spodek L, Creighton J. Resolution of Amnestic Effects of an Extended Course of Electroconvulsive Therapy. Journal of ECT 2011 September; 27(3): 251-255.

Martin J, Gorenstein M. Normal Cognitive Aging. In: Brocklehurst's Textbook of Geriatric and Clinical Gerontology, Seventh Edition . Philadelphia, PA, Elsevier; 2010. pp170-177.

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