Robert Fallows,
Education Advisory Committee Member

Medical Director of Behavioral Health & Neuropsychology, Samaritan Health Services

Doctoral Program: Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy – 2010

Internship: VA North Texas Health Administration, Dallas, TX

Postdoctoral Fellowship: South Texas Veteran’s Health Care System, San Antonio, TX

Dr. Fallows is the Medical Director of Behavioral Health & Neuropsychology at Samaritan Health Services in the mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology at the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Western University of Health Sciences. He is board certified in Clinical Neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Dr. Fallows founded the neuropsychology program at Samaritan Health Services in 2012 and co-founded the Medical Psychology Training program, providing practicum and internship training tracks for neuropsychology and behavioral health clinicians. In addition to those roles, he serves as adjunct faculty for the Samaritan Family Medicine Residency program and Psychiatry Residency program. He has served on numerous committees for the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology and is excited to bring expertise in neuropsychology and cross-discipline training to the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology’s Education Advisory Committee. Dr. Fallows particular clinical interests include dementia, multiple sclerosis, intellectual disabilities in adults, and sports-concussion issues. In regard to research, primary interests are in patient take-away from provider feedback. He has been the principal investigator of two grant funded studies examining multidisciplinary treatment of ADHD as well as dementia and caregiver support, both with a participatory arts component. Dr. Fallows is also the principal investigator of a neuropsychology repository and a sub-investigator of a multi-disciplinary repository, performs ad-hoc reviews for peer reviewed journals, and routinely serves on scientific poster review committees for national neuropsychology organizations.

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