Dr Jessica Fish is a clinical psychologist and researcher specialising in outpatient neuropsychological rehabilitation.

After her first degree in psychology at the University of Exeter, she completed PhD at the University of Cambridge, working with Professor Barbara Wilson and Dr Tom Manly on prospective memory in people with acquired brain injury. Then after a period of postdoctoral research, she trained in clinical psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, then worked in clinical practice at the Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, before moving to her current post which is split between clinical practice and research in neuropsychological rehabilitation at St George’s Hospital, and a role as academic tutor on the clinical psychology training programme at KCL.

Her research interests are broadly within neuropsychology and neuropsychological rehabilitation in adults. More specifically, her work focuses on improving assessment, formulation and rehabilitation for the cognitive and psychological problems that frequently occur after brain injury and that impair everyday functioning, such as those concerned with attention, memory, executive function, emotion regulation and adjustment.