Sarah M. Viamonte, PhD, MSPH

Sarah M. Viamonte
Section Head, Neuropsychology
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
Section of Neuropsychology
  • 5280 Top Doctors 2016
  • Recognized as a 5280 Top Doctor
  • America’s Top Doctors 2015 — Castle Connolly, Medical, Ltd.
  • Recognized in America’s Top Doctors — Castle Connolly, Inc.
  • Best Doctors in America® 2015 — Best Doctors, Inc.
  • Recognized in Best Doctors in America® — Best Doctors, Inc.
  • America’s Top Doctors 2016 — Castle Connolly Medical, Ltd.
  • Specialties and ConditionsSpecialties & Conditions
    • Memory and Other Cognitive Difficulties

    Special Interests

    Clinical Interests

    Neuropsychological evaluation of adults; Medical neuropsychology; Assessment of cognitive decline, dementia, and neurodegenerative conditions in older adults.


    University of Alabama at Birmingham, PhD, Medical/Clinical Psychology
    University of Alabama at Birmingham, MSPH, Health Care Organization and Policy
    Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Clinical Psychology Internship
    The Nebraska Medical Center, Neuropsychology

    Awards & Recognition

    2010 - present: Member, National Academy of Neuropsychology, Education Committee

    Professional Memberships

    2007 – present: International Neuropsychological Society
    2007 – present: American Psychological Association, APA Division 40
    2007 – present: National Academy of Neuropsychology


    Viamonte, S.M. & Gleason, A.G.  (2011).  Cognitive screening in primary care.  Presented at the Alzheimer’s Association, Midlands Chapter, Annual Dementia Care Conference, Omaha, NE.

    Viamonte, S.M. and Murman, D.  (2010).  Neuropsychiatric symptoms, Alzhemier disease, and the associated effects on caregiving cost and caregiver burden.  30th Annual Conference, National Academy of Neuropsychology.

    Ball, K, Ross, L. A., & Viamonte, S. M.  Normal Aging.  (2009).  In T.D. Marcotte & I. Grant (Eds.), Everyday Functioning: Translating Laboratory Performance to the Real World. New York: Guilford Publications.

    Viamonte, S., Okonkwo, O., & Ball, K. (2007).  Comorbid cardiovascular disease is associated with increased driving avoidance among older adults. 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, The Gerontological Society of America.

    Viamonte, S.M., Ball, K.K, & Kilgore, M.  (2006).  A cost-benefit analysis of risk-reduction strategies targeted at older drivers.  Traffic Injury Prevention, 7, 352-359.

    Contact Information

    • Office: 877.225.5654
    • Fax: 303.270.2143



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