Nicholas Bott

Nicholas Bott

PhD - CSO - Neurotrack

Dr. Bott holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology from the PGSP-Stanford Consortium. He trained for four years in the clinical and neuropsychological evaluation of neurodegenerative disease and movement disorders at UCSF’s Memory and Aging and Movement Disorders Centers. Working alongside neurologists, geriatric psychiatrists, psychologists and neuropsychologists, He provided clinical care for patients with common and rare neurodegenerative syndromes in fast-paced high throughput clinics. Dr. Bott received advanced clinical training as a neuropsychology fellow at the Stanford Neurosciences Health Center within the department of Neurology, providing neuropsychological services to adults and older adults presenting with a variety of clinical syndromes. He previously completed my neuropsychology internship at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Health Care where he provided rehabilitative, psychological and neuropsychological services to adults and older adults with poly-trauma (including moderate and severe brain injury) in both inpatient and residential settings. He also worked with adults and older adults with multiple chronic conditions including severe mental illness and substance dependence in outpatient and inpatient settings. Dr. Bott is a licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist in California.

Dr. Bott holds an Instructor appointment at the Stanford University School of Medicine’s Clinical Excellence Research Center, where he serves as an Associate Fellowship Director and Research Scientist leading the design, implementation and assessment of population health value-based clinical care models, with specific expertise in care for older adults with mental health conditions and individuals with cognitive impairment and neurodegenerative disease.

Dr. Bott has an active and productive program of research, with 24 publications and 40 conference presentations to date. His work integrates population health assessment, neuropsychology, value-based care design and digital health for the development and incorporation of mobile technologies to improve the value of clinical care for older adults. He has built, tested and validated digital multimodal assessments to more accurately phenotype cognition and emotion for effective population health management and investigates the genetic, biological and lifestyle factors associated with successful cognitive aging in order to develop scalable digital population health interventions to improve health behaviors associated with successful cognitive aging and reduce the costs of care associated with cognitive decline and dementia.

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