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Department of Psychiatry Faculty

Photo: David Marshall, Ph.D.

David Marshall, Ph.D.

Contact Information


Primary Programs/Services:


  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical and Research Neuropsychology, University of Michigan Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Clinical Psychology Internship, Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Houston, TX
  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology at Palo Alto University, Palo Alto, CA
  • M.S., Clinical Psychology, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology at Palo Alto University, Palo Alto, CA
  • B.A., Psychology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Clinical Interest:

  • Neuropsychological and psychological evaluation across the lifespan
  • Cognitive impairment associated with neurological disorders, such as dementia, movement disorders, epilepsy, vascular disease, and traumatic brain injury.
  • Mood Disorders
  • Attention and learning difficulties

Research Interest:

  • Risks and effects comprised by both cognitive and affective factors in mood disorders
  • Neuropsychological aspects of certain features (e.g., substance use, trauma, etc.) that influence mood disorders, with a particular emphasis on Bipolar Disorder
  • Cognitive, psychological, and behavioral factors related to cardiac and bariatric surgery outcomes
  • Vascular-related cognitive impairment
  • Neuropsychological characteristics of neurodegenerative conditions

Academic Appointment:

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan

Recent or Representative Publications:

  • Marshall, D.F., Strutt, A.M., Williams, A.E., Simpson, R.K., Jankovic, J., & York, M.K. (2012). Alternating verbal fluency performance following bilateral subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease. European Journal of Neurology, 19, 1525-1531.
  • Marshall, D.F., Walker, S.J., Ryan, K.A., Kamali, M., Saunders, E.F., Weldon, A.L., Adams, K.A., McInnis, M.G., & Langenecker, S.A. (2012). Greater executive and visual memory dysfunction in comorbid bipolar disorder and substance use disorder. Psychiatry Research, 200, 252-257.
  • Weisenbach, S.L., Marshall, D., Weldon, A.L., Ryan, K.A., Vederman, A.C., Kamali, M., Zubieta, J.K., McInnis, M.G., & Langenecker, S.L (2014). The double burden of age and disease on cognition and quality of life in bipolar disorder. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. doi: 10.1002/gps.4084
  • Votruba, K., Marshall, D., Finks, J., & Giordani, B. (2014). Neuropsychological factors and bariatric surgery: a review. Current Psychiatry Reports, 16:448. doi 10.1007/s11920-014-0448-x
  • Stringer, D., Marshall, D., Pester, B., Baker, A., Langenecker, S., Angers, K., Frazier, N., Archer, C., Kamali, M., McInnis, M., & Ryan, K. (2014). Openness Predicts Cognitive Functioning in Bipolar Disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 168, 51-57. doi 10.1016/j.jad.2014.06.038
  • Ryan, K.A., Dawson, E. L., Kassel, M.T., Weldon, A.L., Marshall, D.F., Meyers, K., Gabriel, L.B., Vederman, A.C., Weisenbach, S.L., McInnis, M.G., Zubieta, J.K., & Langenecker, S.L. Shared dimensions of performance and activation dysfunction in cognitive control in females with mood disorders, Brain, in press.
  • Marshall, D.F., Passarotti, A.M., Ryan, K.A., Kamali, M., Saunders, E.F., Pester, B., McInnis, M.G., & Langenecker, S.A. (in press). Deficient inhibitory control as an outcome of childhood trauma, Psychiatry Research.