The WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute Memory Health Clinic is the only multi-disciplinary specialty clinic in the state of West Virginia that specializes in:

  • Specific diagnosis of the type of dementia
  • Diagnosis of underlying conditions
  • Development of a comprehensive treatment plan for the patient
  • Addressing of patient’s caregiver/family’s needs


Dementia is more than one person’s memory loss. Its cognitive, emotional, and physical impacts create confusion and stress for patients and their loved ones. Early diagnosis can prove critical for successful treatment outcomes. The WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute Memory Health Clinic offers comprehensive, individualized diagnosis and treatment for dementia, while providing support for caregivers.

Please call us if you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following:

  • Short-term memory problems
  • Forgetting appointments
  • Problems with routine daily activities such as preparing meals or paying bills
  • Misplacing objects such as car keys, wallet, or purse
  • Confusion with time or place
  • Withdrawal from work or social activities
  • Changes in mood and personality


    • Alzheimer’s Disease
    • Frontotemporal Dementia
      • Behavior variant
      • Nonfluent Primary Progressive Aphasia
      • Semantic Dementia
      • Logopenic Primary Progressive Aphasia
      • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
      • Cortical Basal Syndrome
      • Mutiple System Atrophy
      • Motor/Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    • Vascular Dementia
    • Lewy Body Dementia
    • Parkinson’s Dementia
    • Normal Pressure Hydrocephalous
What's the difference Dementia vs Alzheimer's disease


General information

We are located in the WVU Rockefeller Innovation Center (Adjacent to the WVU Cancer Institute) in Morgantown, West Virginia.

33 Medical Center Drive
Morgantown, WV 26506

Office hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm


Clinical research

Our patients have participated in groundbreaking clinical research trials, such as:

  • Focused ultrasound (FUS) for blood brain barrier disruption (BBBD)
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and virtual reality (VR)
  • Wearable technology to measure physical symptoms/stress in patients and caregivers

Our team of specialists