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Assistant Professor
Director, UNC ADHD Program


UNC Hospitals
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities

Education and Training:

BS: Loyola University Chicago
MS: University of Louisville
PhD: University of Louisville
Clinical Psychology Internship: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Center for ADHD
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities


Dr. Fogleman is a child clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UNC School of Medicine with appointments at the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities and Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. He also serves as the director of the UNC ADHD Program and is a principal investigator in the Cohen Lab, located in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience.

Dr. Fogleman’s research examines the social and emotional functioning of youth with ADHD. Incorporating methods from psychology, neuroscience, mathematics, and cardiology, Dr. Fogleman studies how the brain and body interact, and how neurobiological mechanisms underlie ADHD and co-occurring disorders. His ultimate goal is to identify biomarkers that have the potential to be used to improve clinical care and outcomes in youth with ADHD.

Dr. Fogleman has received extensive training in evidenced-based assessment and intervention techniques for youth with ADHD, and he prioritizes collaboration across parents, teachers, and primary care providers to reduce distress and improve quality of life. Prior to becoming a child clinical psychologist, Dr. Fogleman served as a sixth grade science teacher in Warren County, North Carolina.


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