Jonathan Singer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Texas Tech University. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2021. Overall, his interdisciplinary research examines the interconnections of multiple biopsychosocial processes within persons with AD/ADRD and their care partners. By using various methods (e.g., Ecological Momentary Assessment; Daily Diary), the ultimate goal of his research program is to translate basic and applied research into scalable, evidence-based interventions for persons with AD/ADRD and their care providers.
Dr. Singer follows the translational framework and his research has three primary goals: 1) to investigate and identify intervention targets to improve psychological and physical health in persons with AD/ADRD and their care providers; 2) to identify health disparities in the healthcare system for persons with AD/ADRD and their care providers; 3) to develop evidence-based pragmatic and highly scalable interventions for persons with AD/ADRD and their care providers in rural areas. Dr. Singer is passionate about implementing his research and clinical trials throughout rural Texas and to underserved vulnerable populations.