Adriana Seelye

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Adriana Seelye

Contact Info

amseelye@umn.edu

Office Address:
Minneapolis VA
One Veterans Drive
Minneapolis, MN 55417

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry


PhD, Clinical Psychology, Washington State University (2013)

MS, Clinical Psychology, Pacific University (2007)

BA, Psychology, San Diego State University (2005)

Predoctoral Internship, Clinical Psychology, University of California, San Diego and VAMC San Diego (2012-2013)

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Clinical Neuropsychology, Oregon Health & Science University (2013-2015)

Summary

Dr. Seelye is a staff neuropsychologist and clinical investigator in the Mental Health Service Line at the Minneapolis VA health Care System . She holds joint appointments as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota and Assistant Professor of Neurology at Oregon Health & Science University in the NIH/NIA funded Layton Aging & Alzheimer's Disease Center. Her clinical activities include comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for adults with a wide range of neurocognitive, psychiatric, and medical disorders. Dr. Seelye serves as Principal Investigator on several nationally and regionally funded grants for pilot studies focused on ecologically valid cognitive assessment of older adults at risk for dementia using in-home and mobile activity monitoring technologies. She is a co-investigator in the Oregon Center for Aging & Technology (ORCATECH), a multidisciplinary organization focused on developing and implementing leading-edge technologies for clinical research that harvest life's data in real time. Dr. Seelye is an author of over 20 peer reviewed publications in the areas of neuropsychology and everyday functioning of aging, MCI, and dementia, ecologically valid cognitive assessment, early detection of cognitive decline in older adults at risk for dementia using in-home activity monitoring technologies, and telemedicine for MCI and dementia populations.

Research

Research Summary/Interests

  • Neuropsychology and everyday functioning of aging, MCI, and dementia
  • Ecologically valid cognitive assessment
  • Early detection of cognitive decline in older adults using in-home activity monitoring technologies
  • Telemedicine for MCI and dementia populations

Clinical

Clinical Interests

Neuropsychological evaluation for adults with a wide range of neurocognitive, psychiatric, and medical disorders Cognitive-compensatory skills training for adults with MCI to improve everyday functioning