Jason Neuropsychology Inc.

Dr. Jason And His Practice




Training and Professional Qualifications

  • D.Phil., Oxford University, 1980
  • Medical Research Council of Canada Fellow, Montreal Neurological Institute, 1981-1982
  • Medical Research Council of Canada Fellow, University of Calgary, 1983
  • Alberta Heritage Foundation Medical Research Fellow, University of Calgary, 1984-1986
  • Registered Psychologist, Province of Alberta, Certificate #1545
  • Certificate of Professional Qualification in Psychology, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards, Certificate #3795

Description of Practice

Neuropsychological evaluations since 1983 (over 5100 completed)

  • Combined neuropsychological and vocational evaluations since 1999 (over 300 completed)
  • Tailored screening evaluations
  • Personal injury litigation (plaintiff and defence)
  • Disability insurance assessments
  • Assessments for the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Program and Alberta Human Services
  • Workers’ Compensation Board, Preferred Provider
  • Expert witness testimony – plaintiff and defence
    • 22 appearances
    • Court of Queen’s Bench: Calgary, Edmonton, Regina
    • Ontario Superior Court of Justice: Thunder Bay
    • Ontario Court of Justice: Toronto (videotaped expert witness testimony)
    • Provincial Court: Calgary
    • Qualified as expert in Neuropsychology
    • Recognition of expertise in combined neuropsychological and vocational assessment
    • Recognition of expertise in vocational implications of neuropsychological evaluation
  • Courtroom consultation services

Additional Information

  • Oral Examination Panel Chair, College of Alberta Psychologists, 2002 - 2008
  • Clinical Neuropsychologist, Foothills Hospital, 1987 – 2001
  • Neuropsychological Consultant, Head Injured Relearning Society (later Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre), 1988-1990
  • 20 published articles
  • 56 published abstracts, papers presented, book reviews, invited addresses, etc
  • Member: International Neuropsychological Society, National Academy of Neuropsychology, College of Alberta Psychologists, Psychologists’ Association of Alberta, Sigma Xi, Southern Alberta Brain Injury Interest Society

Interesting Facts

  • Modern neuroscience can trace its roots directly back to Galileo, whom Albert Einstein has called the father of modern science.  In the scientific "family tree" (where supervisors and mentors are like "parents"), Dr. Jason is a direct linear descendant of Galileo, who is his academic great great great great great great great great great great great great great grandfather!
  • The scientific family tree is very extensive, and Dr. Jason can also trace ties to Sigmund Freud, Ivan Pavlov, Alexandr Luria, Alois Alzheimer, Charles Darwin, and Stephen Hawking.
  • Reference:  academictree.org