Patrick Ledwidge headshot

Assistant Professor
Ph.D, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Patrick Ledwidge

Patrick Ledwidge headshotAssistant Professor

Ph.D, M.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.A., DePauw University

Dr. Patrick Ledwidge received a Bachelor of Arts from DePauw University and completed his master's and doctorate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

As a cognitive neuropsychologist, his lab carries out basic science using electroencephalography (EEG) and event-related brain potentials (ERPs) to study theories of executive function, attention and language. His expertise is in applying neuroimaging and neuropsychological methods to examine biomarkers of cognitive and psychosocial challenges in clinical populations, particularly traumatic brain injury and concussion.

His clinical research program is grounded in interdisciplinary collaborations with scientists and medical professionals, such as those in psychology, neuroscience, communication disorders and sports medicine. Ledwidge teaches courses in neurocognitive disorders, cognitive neuroscience, physiological psychology, research methods and statistics.

Cognitive Neuropsychology Lab

Ledwidge is director of the Cognitive Neuropsychology Lab at Baldwin Wallace, which prepares student research assistants for future careers in science, medicine, research and clinical practice.

Patrick Ledwidge, Ph.D.

Dr. Patrick Ledwidge has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Nebraska. He is an expert in the area of neuropsychological disorders and neurotrauma, particularly those which influence cognition and language. His primary research focus concerns the use of neuroimaging and brain recording methods to study concussion recovery in pediatric and adult populations.