Michelle Chen

Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research

Michelle Chen, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research at Kessler Foundation. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Yeshiva University in 2019. She studies cognitive and mobility functions of individuals with multiple sclerosis. She is also interested in factors such as aging and fatigue in this population.

Functional Neuroimaging
Multiple Sclerosis
Functional Neuroimaging
PhD - Clinical Psychology, Yeshiva University
MA - Clinical Psychology, Yeshiva University
BA - Psychology, Rutgers University-Newark

Holtzer, R., Chen, M., Izzetoglu, M., & Wang, C (2018). Distinct fNIRS-derived HbO2 trajectories during the course and over repeated walking trials under single and dual-task conditions: implications for within session learning and prefrontal cortex efficiency in older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Series A, gly181.

*Chen, M., *Pillemer, S., England, S., Izzetoglu, M., Mahoney, J.M., & Holtzer, R. (2017). Neural Correlates of Obstacle Negotiation in Older Adults: An fNIRS Study. Gait and Posture, 58, 130-135.

Chen, M., Blumen, H. M., Izzetoglu, M., & Holtzer, R. (2017). Spatial Coregistration of Functional Near‐Infrared Spectroscopy to Brain MRI. Journal of Neuroimaging, 25(5), 453-460.

*Equally contributing authors