Lillian F. Lewis, MD is extern at the NeuroCognitive Institute rotating through NCIs Functional Brain Mapping and Neuromodulation Division. She is responsible for analyzing the functional brain mapping data and preparing these datasets for interpretation. As a Neuromodulation technician, she uses neurofeedback and other forms of neuromodulation to help treat patients at NCI with cognitive, neuropsychiatric and neurobehavioral disorders. She also a sub-investigator research at NCI, presently conducting several studies in the area of functional neuroimaging and neuromodulation.
Before joining NCI, Dr. Lewis was a Medical Assistant at TriState Urgent Care in Cincinnati, OH. She took her General Pediatrics Residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and provided direct care to pediatric patients including: differential diagnosis, management of a variety of pediatric illnesses in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.
Training, Academic Affiliations and Professional Activities
Dr. Lewis earned her medical degree at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, NY. She is a Rutgers-certified BSW, MSW field instructor; Alzheimer’s Association certified support group facilitator; and also a Certified Crisis Prevention and Intervention trainer. She is also a volunteer for persons with developmentally disabilities and co-occurring mental illness for seven years through the Department for Persons with Disabilities People Need Friends program.