Dr. Jerid M. Fisher, a forensic neuropsychologist, has dedicated himself to becoming an authority on the psychological and neuropsychological aspects of murder and crime in American twenty-first-century society. A philanthropist, Fisher developed brain-injury rehabilitation programs across New York and founded Neurorehab Associates, Inc. He is the president of Brain Injury Consultants, Inc., and of Forensic Investigative Technologies, a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at University of Rochester Medical Center, and an adjunct assistant professor of clinical psychology at State University of New York at Albany.
The author of numerous articles for forensic and neuropsychological journals, Fisher is also an active member in many organizations, including the American Society of Journalists and Authors, AvantGuild, Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, and the International Neuropsychological Society. He is a board member of Help Us Give Smiles, the Humane Society, Hudson River Valley Care Center, and Compeer, Inc. Fisher has appeared on the Fox and Clear Channel radio stations and was featured on several local television and talk shows. He has received certification from the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology and the American Board of Professional Disability Consultants.
Fisher graduated magna cum laude with a BS in psychology from Duke University and with a MA and PhD in psychology from the University of Rochester. Throughout his academic and professional careers, he has received numerous awards and honors, including acceptance into the Phi Beta Kappa Society and the Silver Star Award for Service from Compeer, Inc. He was distinguished by Marquis Who's Who America, Who's Who in the World, and Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare. Fisher enjoys investing in real estate, collecting art and exotic cars, and supporting a variety of charitable causes, including Lollypop Farms, his local humane-society branch. He lives with his two dogs in Pittsford, New York.