Jason Gravano Ph.D.

Specialty: Neuropsychology
University Centers of Excellence Provider

Jason Gravano, Ph.D. earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology from University of Florida and completed his Internship at Emory and Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at University of California, Davis.

His professional interests include the comprehensive neuropsychological assessment of brain disorders including progressive neurodegenerative conditions (e.g., Alzheimer’s, Lewy Body, Parkinsonism, FTD), acute disorders (e.g., Stroke, TBI) and other conditions affecting brain function. He specializes in adult and geriatric neuropsychology. He has trained in the cognitive rehabilitation of attention, memory, and executive function.

Dr. Gravano has taught Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology at University of Florida.

He is a member of the American Psychological Association, Division 40.

His hobbies include canoeing, hiking, and rock climbing. He is fluent in English.

University Neurology Associates

2335 E. Kashian Lane, Suite 301
Fresno, CA 93701

(559) 264-9100

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Education & Medical Training

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology; University of California, Davis
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology; University of Florida
  • Predoctoral Internship in Neuropsychology; Emory School of Medicine
  • Certificate in Gerontology; University of Florida
  • Master of Science in Psychology; University of Florida
  • Psychology, Clinical Emphasis B.S. summa cum laude; University of California, San Diego

Certifications & Licensure

  • Licensed Psychologist in California

Research

  1. Farias,S., Schmitter-Edgecombe, M., Weakley, A., Harvey, D., Denny, K., Barba, C., Gravano, J.T., Giovannetti, T., & Willis, S. (2018). Compensation Strategies in Older Adults: Association with Cognition and Everyday Function. American Journal of AD and other Dementias, 33(3), 184-191.
  1. Hill-Jarret, T.G., Gravano, J.T., Sozda, C.N., & Perlstein, W.M. (2015). Visuospatial attention after traumatic brain injury: The role of hemispheric specialization. Brain Injury, 29(13-14), 1617-1629.