Christina Malzahn Hollman, Psy.D., is an Adult Neuropsychology fellow in the Department of Neurology at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed her B.A. in psychology with a minor in French from Baylor University. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology from Wheaton College with an emphasis in neuropsychology. Her clinical experiences include conducting psychotherapy and neuropsychological evaluations at academic medical centers, VA hospitals, and a not-for-profit mental health clinic. Her dissertation, titled “Traumatic brain injury as a moderator on apolipoprotein-E risk associated with earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease,” explores risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease. She is dedicated to working alongside families navigating cognitive changes with their loved ones. Her clinical interests include neuropsychological assessment of older adults, neurodegenerative disorders, specifically Alzheimer’s disease, movement disorders, forensic assessment, and pre-surgical intervention for neurosurgical candidates.