Meet Our Neuropsychologists
Our neuropsychologists are licensed psychologists in the State of West Virginia. They have completed doctoral-level programs and internships in Clinical Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology. In addition, they have all completed specialty post-doctoral fellowships in Clinical Neuropsychology or Clinical Pediatric Neuropsychology.
Martin L. Boone, PhD | Pediatric and Adult Neuropsychology
Dr. Boone received his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of New Mexico (1985). Dr. Boone was a National Institutes of Mental Health Fellow from 1987-1988 and earned a Master's degree in Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 1988. Dr. Boone completed his pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at Eastern Virginia Medical School and earned his Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 1993. Dr. Boone is a licensed clinical psychologist with post-doctoral specialty training in Clinical Neuropsychology from West Virginia University (WVU). After serving as a Faculty Neuropsychologist at WVU School of Medicine for 6 years, Dr. Boone provided comprehensive neuropsychological services to children and adults in a primary care medical setting for 15 years in Morgantown, WV. He has established a statewide reputation for providing high-quality psychological and neuropsychological services. Dr. Boone served as 2014 President of the West Virginia Psychological Association (WVPA), the state affiliate for the American Psychological Association (APA) and the nation’s largest professional psychology organization. Dr. Boone is also a WVU Medical School Clinical Assistant Professor and a WVU Department of Psychology Adjunct Assistant Professor. He has extensive experience teaching and conducting clinical research, and he has published numerous peer-reviewed abstracts and papers. Dr. Boone is an active member of several professional organizations, including the International Neuropsychological Society (INS), National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), APA and WVPA.
Marissa E. Carey, PhD | Pediatric Neuropsychology
Dr. Carey received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park (1992). After graduating, Dr. Carey worked for three years as a Clinical Assistant, Behavior Data Specialist and Program Specialist on the Neurobehavioral Unit of the internationally-recognized Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Carey earned her Master's degree in Clinical Neuropsychology from Drexel Univeristy in 1998. Dr. Carey completed her pre-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Arizona and earned her Doctoral degree in Clinical Neuropsychology from Drexel University in 2000. Dr. Carey is a licensed clinical psychologist with post-doctoral specialty training in Clinical Pediatric Neuropsychology from the University of Arizona. From 2002-2005, Dr. Carey worked as an Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Arizona, where she collaborated on multiple NIH-funded studies investigating the effects of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and pediatric brain tumors on the cognitive and academic development of children. Starting in 2005, Dr. Carey served as a Faculty Neuropsychologist at the WVU Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry for over 8 years where she developed a reputation for providing high quality neuropsychological services to children in West Virginia as well as surrounding areas of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and Virginia. Dr. Carey continues to be actively involved in research and teaching as a WVU Medical School Clinical Associate Professor. Dr. Carey has published numerous peer-reviewed abstracts and manuscripts and has served as an ad hoc reviewer for several medical and psychological journals. Dr. Carey is also an active member of several professional organizations, including the International Neuropsychological Society, National Academy of Neuropsychology, and American Psychological Association.
Christina S. Wilson, PhD | Adult Neuropsychology
Dr. Wilson received her Bachelor's degree in Psychobiology from the Wellesley College (1982). She completed her pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at Ann Arbor VA Medical Center in 1992 and earned her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Wayne State University in 1993. Dr. Wilson is a licensed clinical psychologist with post-doctoral specialty training in Clinical Neuropsychology from University of Michigan Hospitals. She served as a Faculty Neuropsychologist at WVU School of Medicine for over 25 years providing comprehensive neuropsychological services to adolescents and adults as well as mentoring countless pre-doctoral clinical psychology interns and post-doctoral residents in clinical neuropsychology. Over the years, she has held leadership roles for women in psychology through the APA and served as a site reviewer for the APA Committee on Accreditation. Dr. Wilson has extensive experience conducting clinical research, especially related to diverisity and racial and socioeconomic mental health care disparities. She has published numerous peer-reviewed abstracts, papers and book chapters. She has served as a reviewer and consulting editor for professional journals as well. Dr. Wilson is an active member of the APA and the WVU Provost Diversity Committee.