Akiko Mizuno, PhD
Education & Training
Research InterestsSelected Research Publications & Products
- Mizuno A, Ly M, Aizenstein HJ (2018). A homeostatic model of subjective cognitive decline. Brain Sci. 8(12), 228.
- Mizuno A, Liu Y, Williams DL, Keller TA, Minshew NJ & Just MA. (2011) The neural basis of deictic shifting in linguistic perspective-taking in high-functioning autism, Brain, 134(8): 2422-2435.
Independent Replication of Advanced Brain Age in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: Detection of Future Cognitive Dysfunction
Models of the aging process are becoming prevalent in multiple fields, and over the last decade, scientists have used brain aging markers to identify important neuroanatomical differences in multiple psychiatric disorders. These markers may provide individualized risk assessments and predictions for age-associated neurodegenerative diseases, and have recently been used to demonstrate the association between greater...
The Department of Psychiatry Welcomes Akiko Mizuno, PhD, to the Faculty
Please join us in welcoming Akiko Mizuno, PhD, to the Pitt Psychiatry faculty. Dr. Mizuno earned her PhD in cognitive psychology from Carnegie Mellon University. She joined the University of Pittsburgh as a postdoctoral scholar in the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)-funded Clinical and Translational Research Training in Geriatric Mental Health T32 program, under the mentorship of Howard Aizenstein, MD...