Research: memory, metacognition, neuroimaging, race/ethnicity, neuropsychology
Office: 260-2 CHS
Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext. 3493
Kristoffer Romero obtained a Ph.D. in psychology at the University of Toronto, and subsequently completed postdoctoral fellowships at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Baycrest Health Sciences. He was also a research associate at York University Glendon Campus until joining the University of Windsor in 2019 as an assistant professor in the Clinical Neuropsychology track.
The overall theme of Dr. Romero’s research program is translating basic research findings into clinical practice. In terms of basic research, he is interested in the fundamental processes underlying episodic memory and metacognition. In terms of applied research, he is interested in how we may utilize well-established research protocols, including computerized testing and functional neuroimaging (fNIRS, EEG, fMRI), to improve assessment of memory and executive functioning in patients with neurological disorders. Finally, he is also interested in issues surrounding neuropsychology in racialized and other minority groups.