Laura Barde, PhD

Title(s)Research Services Manager, Vice Chanc Research
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    University of California, San Francisco, CA2019Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training

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    Laura is a neuropsychologist who brings over fifteen years of experience in research development to UCSF, having designed and managed complex projects at Stanford University, the University of Pennsylvania, the Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, USC, and UC Irvine. As an investigator, she developed and directed neuroimaging, clinical, and behavioral studies of language and memory following neural injury. Prior to her career in research, she was a clinician serving individuals, families, and groups in hospital-based psychiatric programs in Los Angeles. In her various roles, she has also functioned in a pre-award capacity and as a contracts and grants officer. Prior to leading Team B, she served the Department of Physiology at UCSF as a Research Services Coordinator for several years. Laura is deeply committed to advancing the scientific research excellence of UCSF faculty, students, and staff and looks forward to future collaborations with the CVRI, the Division of Cardiology, and the School of Pharmacy.

    Laura holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (emphasis in Cognitive Neuroscience) from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Cognitive Science from UC Irvine. She enjoys running, biking, and hiking, preferably with her two sons and husband.

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    1. Barde LH, Yeatman JD, Lee ES, Glover G, Feldman HM. Differences in neural activation between preterm and full term born adolescents on a sentence comprehension task: implications for educational accommodations. Dev Cogn Neurosci. 2012 Feb 15; 2 Suppl 1:S114-28. PMID: 22682901.
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    2. Feldman HM, Yeatman JD, Lee ES, Barde LH, Gaman-Bean S. Diffusion tensor imaging: a review for pediatric researchers and clinicians. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2010 May; 31(4):346-56. PMID: 20453582.
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    3. Barde LH, Schwartz MF, Chrysikou EG, Thompson-Schill SL. Reduced short-term memory span in aphasia and susceptibility to interference: contribution of material-specific maintenance deficits. Neuropsychologia. 2010 Mar; 48(4):909-20. PMID: 19925813.
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    4. Barde LH, Buxbaum LJ, Moll AD. Abnormal reliance on object structure in apraxics' learning of novel object-related actions. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2007 Nov; 13(6):997-1008. PMID: 17942018.
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    5. Barde LH, Schwartz MF, Boronat CB. Semantic weight and verb retrieval in aphasia. Brain Lang. 2006 Jun; 97(3):266-78. PMID: 16359726.
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    6. Barde LH, Thompson-Schill SL. Models of functional organization of the lateral prefrontal cortex in verbal working memory: evidence in favor of the process model. J Cogn Neurosci. 2002 Oct 01; 14(7):1054-63. PMID: 12419128.
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