Nathaniel B. Klooster

Communication Sciences & Disorders

“"The hippocampus and semantic memory beyond acquisition: A lesion study of hippocampal contributions to the maintenance, updating, and use of remote semantic memory"”


I’m interested in the neuroscience of learning and multiple memory systems.  I work with different groups of neurological patients including those with focal-lesions, Parkinson’s disease, and Traumatic Brain Injury, in order to better understand how the brain supports learning and memory of laboratory tasks and real-world behaviors.

Recent publications

Postdoctoral Research Fellow
University of Pennsylvania, Pereleman School of Medicine - Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
BA, Philosophy, Kenyon College
Melissa Duff