Dr. Adam Cassidy’s research focuses primarily on understanding neurobehavioral development and promoting resilience among at-risk children and adolescents. He is currently involved in several studies looking at cognitive, self-regulatory, and psychosocial development in children with various types of critical congenital heart disease. Dr. Cassidy is also the primary investigator on a Harvard University Center for AIDS Research (HU CFAR) grant aimed at investigating neurodevelopmental outcomes in young HIV-exposed/uninfected children in Botswana.
About Adam Cassidy:
Dr. Cassidy is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist (ABPP/ABCN) in the Center for Neuropsychology at Boston Children’s Hospital, and a member of the BCH Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program. He received a B.A. in Psychology from Drew University, an M.A. in Child Psychology from the University of Minnesota, and a PhD in Developmental Psychopathology and Clinical Science from the University of Minnesota. He completed a predoctoral internship in lifespan neuropsychology at the Emory University School of Medicine/Emory Healthcare and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School.