Director, Memory Disorders Clinic
Behavioral Neurology Fellowship Director
Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation
University of Cincinnati
Dr. Rhonna Shatz is the Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of Alzheimer’s Disease and the director of the Memory Disorders Clinic in Cincinnati, OH. She also serves as the Behavioral Neurology Fellowship Director at the University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Shatz received her medical degree from Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI. She completed her residency in neurology at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI, where she became the chief resident of the department of neurology. Dr. Shatz completed a fellowship in behavioral neurology at the Henry Ford Hospital in conjunction with St. Joseph Hospital in London, Canada. She is board-certified in neurology and behavioral neurology.
Dr. Shatz has received numerous service and innovation awards from the Alzheimer’s Association and was recently designated a “Best Doctor” in Detroit, MI. She currently is a member of the NFL Adjudication Panel and the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Cincinnati Chapter. Dr. Shatz has served on multiple boards and committees associated with Alzheimer’s disease research and has given lectures on brain health and dementia prevention.