Julie A. Fields, Ph.D., L.P.

  1. Psychologist



  1. Rochester, Minnesota


  1. Cognitive impairment
  2. Dementia
  3. Mild cognitive impairment
  4. Movement disorder
  1. Deep brain stimulation
  2. MRI
  • Cognition in aging and dementia
  • Cognitive functioning, quality of life, and neurobehavioral factors in individuals undergoing deep brain stimulation for movement disorders
  • Cognitive, emotional, and psychosocial effects of caring for individuals with cognitive impairment
  • Behavioral intervention and compensation in mild cognitive impairment
  • Cognitive biomarkers in neurodegenerative disease
  • Cognitive and functional connectivity MRI correlates in neurodegenerative disease

Rochester, Minnesota

  1. 2010
    Post Doctoral Fellowship - Neuropsychology Track and ResearchMayo Clinic College of Medicine
  2. 2008
    InternshipForensic Psychology Associates
  3. 2008
    Ph.D. - Clinical PsychologyUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  4. 2007
    Internship - NeuropsychologyUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  5. 1994
    BA - PsychologyUniversity of Kansas


  1. 2013
    Clinical NeuropsychologyAmerican Board of Professional Psychology