Chief, UK Neuropsychology Service - Clinical Section
Dr. Dan Han is the Chief of University of Kentucky Neuropsychology Service's clinical section, the director of the UK Multidisciplinary Concussion Program, and an associate professor of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He received his doctoral training at the Adler School in Chicago, and pre-doctoral neuropsychology training at the University of Chicago Medical Center and Rush University Medical Center. He then completed his postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, WI.
Dr. Han is the past president of the Lexington Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky, founding member of the International Society of Neurogastronomy, founding member of the Scientific and Medical Advisory Board for Bill McMillan-Bluegrass Chapter of the Association of the United States Army, and is on the council of the Kentucky Stroke Affiliate Network, UK Stroke Leadership Council, Neurology Resident Training committee, and the UK Advisory Group. He is a funding recipient from the NIH, foundational grants and clinical trials, involving studies of brain-behavior relationships.
Grants and Funding: We proudly support the research and programs of 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations and institutions such as: the Anxiety Disorders program of the Jane & Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior at the University of California, Los Angeles; the Pacific Institute of Medical Research; the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred); and SchoolsForHope.org, an iFred educational project. Working with these partners enables Anxiety.org to extend its commitment to its mission. All the donations received, as well as 100% of Anxiety.org revenue in 2018, will be contributed to build, develop, and further the understanding, investigation, discovery, and treatment of the full spectrum of anxiety and related disorders.