NEUROSCIENCE| HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP | ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Dr. Maheen Mausoof Adamson completed her Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Southern California and a postdoctoral fellowship in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford School of Medicine.  She currently serves as Clinical Research Director for Rehabilitation Service at VAPAHCS, and Clinical Associate Professor (Affiliated) in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine.

She is also the incoming Director of Research at the national WOMEN center located at the War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC). Dr. Adamson has over 15 years of experience directing large diverse teams to develop and implement several multi-site and longitudinal studies utilizing innovative tools for neuroimaging, neuromodulation, genetics, proteomics, and behavioral performance for improving the lives of adults with traumatic brain injuries, Alzheimer’s disease, pain, and depression.

 

 

Dr. Adamson recently completed the Stanford Byer’s Biodesign Faculty Innovation Fellowship and a Masters of Science in Healthcare Leadership at Brown University’s School of Professional Studies. Her overall focus is to employ healthcare innovations in translational neuroscience research to develop and enhance the current therapeutic approaches to provide evidence-based treatments to all, especially those who face healthcare access barriers.

Research Studies

Principal Investigator Dr. Adamson

Brown University

 

In her spare time, Dr. Adamson is completing a Master's of Science in Healthcare Leadership at the prestigious Brown University. The rigorous and collaborative program fuels intellectual curiosity, career transformation, and real-world impact.

Byers Stanford Center Biodesign

 

Dr. Adamson and the team at Stanford Biodesign are working together to identify healthcare needs and invent novel health technologies to address them. The Center brings the world’s most promising minds to investigate, inspire, and innovate a healthier world for all.