David Gold is a staff psychologist at Toronto Western Hospital. He provides neuropsychological consultation for the epilepsy program primarily, as well as other divisions of the Krembil Brain Institute. Dr. Gold is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of Toronto, and enjoys teaching and supervising clinical psychology trainees. His doctoral and postdoctoral research examined event cognition and the cognitive neuropsychology of aging, while his current research interests include questions about the cognitive neuroscience of memory and the intersection of neurology and psychiatry.
- Cognitive neuropsychology of memory
- Mild cognitive impairment
- Instrumental activities of daily living