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Anjeli B. Inscore, PsyD

Academic Title:

Associate Professor

Primary Appointment:



10 N. Greene Street AN/MH/116 Baltimore, MD 21201

Education and Training

2004 – 2006:  Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baltimore, MD

2003 – 2004:  Research Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Baltimore, MD 

2001 – 2002:  Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Internship – Neuropsychology Track, VA Maryland Health Care System, Baltimore, Maryland 

1997 – 2002:  Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Loyola University, Baltimore, Maryland

1995 – 1997:  M.A., Clinical Psychology, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California

1990 – 1994:  B.A., Psychology and Biological Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware


Dr. Inscore was awarded a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Loyola University in Maryland, and completed one year of research and two years of clinical postdoctoral training in neuropsychology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Departments of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, respectively). She has worked in the capacity of a clinical neuropsychologist at the Baltimore VA Medical Center since December 2007, and has served as the Director of Training for the VA’s postdoctoral residency program in clinical neuropsychology since February 2011. Dr. Inscore became board-certified in clinical neuropsychology in April 2013. She holds an appointment as a Research Associate at the University of Maryland, Department of Medicine. Dr. Inscore’s dissertation research investigated the relationship between coping and adherence to treatment regimen in patients with type 2 diabetes, and she has clinical research interests in the relationship between stress, weight loss, and neurocognitive function in patients with metabolic syndrome. She was the PI on pilot and feasibility grant entitled “Yoga to Improve Psychological and Neuroendocrine Function and Promote Weight Loss in Obesity.” Her research interests also include investigation of the relationship between medical, neuropsychological, and functional status in persons who are aging or those with dementia. Dr. Inscore was instrumental in developing neurocognitive test batteries to track outcomes in VA patients enrolling in the Diabetes-MOVE program, as well as in patient’s enrolling in a vitamin D supplementation study. Finally, Dr. Inscore has performed a number of clinical evaluations on patients with diabetes and other cerebrovascular risk factors in the course of her work as a clinical neuropsychologist at the Baltimore VAMC. 

Research/Clinical Keywords

stress, diabetes, cognitive, metabolic syndrome, aging, dementia

Highlighted Publications

Suskauer, S.J., Slomine, B.S., Inscore, A.B., Lewelt, A.J., Kirk, J.W., Salorio, C.F. (2009). Injury severity variables as predictors of WeeFIM scores in pediatric TBI: Time to follow commands is best.  Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine: An Interdisciplinary Approach, 2, 297-307.

Brandt, J., Inscore, A.B., Ward, J., Shpritz, B., Rosenblatt, A., Margolis, R.L., & Ross, C.A. (2008). Neuropsychological deficits in Huntington’s disease gene carriers and correlates of early “conversion.” Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 20(4), 466-72.

Schretlen, D., Inscore, A.B., Vannorsdall, T.D., Kraut, M., Pearlson, G.D., & Jinnah, H.A. (2007). Serum uric acid and brain ischemia in normal elderly adults. Neurology, 69(14), 1418-1423.

Schretlen, D., Inscore, A.B., Jinnah, H.A., Rao, V., & Pearlson, G.D. (2007). Serum uric acid and cognitive function in community-dwelling older adults. Neuropsychology, 21(1), 136-140.

Additional Publication Citations

Posters/Published Abstracts

Jaimungal, S., Talebi Quje, E., May, C., Loreck, D., Brandt, N., Mordecai, K., Inscore, A., Blumenthal, J. (2015). Case management services in dementia patients. Poster to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Geriatrics Society, National Harbor, MD.

Inscore, A.B., Kegel, J., Kozlovsky, A., Tarantino, B., Goldberg, A.P. (2011). Neurocognitive effects of yoga and caloric restriction to treat obesity in postmenopausal women. Poster presented at Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, November 2011, Marco Island, FL.

Tinker, J., Sullivan, A.C., Inscore, A.B., Blumenthal, J.B., Testa, S.M. (2011). The impact of education on Hopkins Verbal Learning Test performance in the evaluation of dementia. Poster presented at annual meeting of American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, June 2011, Washington, D.C.

Inscore, A.B., Silverman, N.E., Sorkin, J.D., Forrester, L.W., & Goldberg, A.P. (2010). Yoga Improves Cognitive Functioning in Overweight Postmenopausal Women: A Preliminary Study. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, February 2010, Acapulco, Mexico.

Inscore, A., Provan, A., Kane, R., & Loreck, D. (2009). Utility of the CERAD Boston Naming Test in predicting dementia status in a VAMC primary care sample. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, February 2009, Atlanta, Georgia.