Dr. Williamson joined the faculty at the University of Florida in 2008. He has completed clinical and research fellowships in stroke neuropsychology and has continued his research on laterality and behavioral changes in stroke at the University of Florida. As part of a new clinic initiative to better serve our local population, Dr. Williamson directs the Department of Neurology’s stroke neuropsychology service. Dr. Williamson has recently started a VA funded study of neurologic and psychiatric contributions to the development of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in veterans experiencing traumatic brain injury. This research stems from his previous work on white matter connectivity shifts in cerebrovascular disease and changes in autonomic nervous system function.
- American Psychological Society (APS)
- International Society for Vascular Behavioural and Cognitive Disorders (VAS-COG)
- The Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR)
- The International Neuropsychological Society (INS)
- Florida Society of Neurology (FSN)
- Harciarek M, Williamson JB, Haque S, Burtis D, Heilman KM. Ipsilateral neglect from a subcortical lesion: The effects of spatial position, distractors, and repeated trials. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 2012.
- Heilman KM, Williamson JB. Reply to Multicenter randomized clinical trial of donepezil for memory impairment in multiple sclerosis. Neurology 2011.
- Quereshi M, Williamson JB, Heilman KM. Ideational apraxia in Parkinson’s disease. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, in press 2011.
- Harciarek M, Williamson John B, et al. Risk factors for selective cognitive decline in dialyzed patients with end stage renal disease: evidence from verbal fluency analysis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, in press 2011.