Jordan earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from San Francisco State University in 2013. As an undergraduate, he worked with Dr. Sarah Holley on a study investigating the relationships between executive functioning, emotion regulation and aggressive behaviors among the general population. Prior to joining the Memory and Aging Center, Jordan worked under the supervision of Drs. Sophia Vinogradov and Rachel Loewy on a randomized controlled trial examining the effects of tablet-based cognitive training on functioning in young adults with schizophrenia.
Jordan joined the Memory and Aging Center in April 2015 as the study coordinator for the EVO Study, a project investigating the impact of a tablet-based video game on cognition in older adults with cerebrovascular disease and Parkinson’s disease. He also coordinates the Aging and Cognitive Decline project, a longitudinal study aiming to identify the early cognitive and neurological underpinnings of the functional decline observed in normal aging.
During his free time, Jordan enjoys playing sports, listening to a variety of music and spending time with friends and family.