Sabrina Erlhoff

Research Coordinator
+1 415 353-9053
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Originally from San Diego, California, Sabrina graduated from UC Berkeley in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in cognitive science and a minor in Spanish language and literature. As an undergraduate, she worked with Dr. Robert Clark at UC San Diego to investigate the effects of hippocampal lesions in the spatial cognition of rats and later worked with Dr. David Whitney at UC Berkeley to create online tests to study human visual perception.

At the Memory and Aging Center, Sabrina coordinates the Brain Health Assessment study. Lead by Dr. Katherine Possin, this study aims to develop a set of cognitive tests that efficiently detect mild neurocognitive disorders in older adults of varying medical, cultural and educational backgrounds. Sabrina also coordinates the development and expansion of TabCAT, a software platform designed for the administration of clinical and research tools.

In her spare time, she loves to explore the Bay Area in her hiking shoes, sampling from local ice cream shops along the way.


White Matter Correlates of Cognitive Performance on the UCSF Brain Health Assessment.

Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS

Alioto AG, Mumford P, Wolf A, Casaletto KB, Erlhoff S, Moskowitz T, Kramer JH, Rankin KP, Possin KL

The Brain Health Assessment for Detecting and Diagnosing Neurocognitive Disorders.

Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

Possin KL, Moskowitz T, Erlhoff SJ, Rogers KM, Johnson ET, Steele NZR, Higgins JJ, Stiver J, Alioto AG, Farias ST, Miller BL, Rankin KP