Brandon M. Korman
Chief of Neuropsychology,
Nicklaus Children?s Hospital Brain Institute,
Board certified clinical neuropsychologist and the Chief of Neuropsychology at Nicklaus Children?s Hospital in Miami. He earned his doctoral degree in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University in Georgia. He completed psychology internship training at the University of Florida Health Sciences Center and a two-year pediatric neuropsychology fellowship at Miami Children?s Hospital. He has presented at numerous scientific conferences and actively publishes on various topics related to pediatric neuropsychology and neuroscience. Recent publications have highlighted cognitive networks and developmental issues in pediatric epilepsy. He maintains a very active clinical practice focused on epilepsy, brain tumors, neurogenetic disorders, and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Korman also supervises neuropsychology students at the doctoral, internship, and postdoctoral levels. He has a voluntary appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor at the Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University.
Neurocognition of memory, language, and executive skills, particularly with regard to network connectivity and alterations in disease and atypical development. Secondary interests in social and emotional development, with a focus on brain-body neurology as it relates to wellness within various environmental constructs.