Who We Are

Neuropsychological Evaluation Service

Who We Are

Neuropsychologist, Neuropsychological Evaluation Service
Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at CUMC
Clinical Director, PROMISE at Columbia

Dr. Molly Algermissen provides neuropsychological evaluations through the ColumbiaDoctors Neuropsychological Evaluation Service. Dr. Algermissen is a clinical psychologist in the Developmental Neuropsychiatry Program at Columbia University Medical Center, and is also the clinical director of PROMISE at Columbia. Dr. Algermissen received her PhD in clinical psychology from George Mason University in May 2000. She completed her internship in at Penn State Geisinger Medical Center and her postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the Children's Hospital. Her areas of specialization include neuropsychology, learning disabilities, autism, and developmental disorders.

Dr. Meghan Tomb
Neuropsychologist, Neuropsychological Evaluation Service
Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology at CUMC
Associate Clinical Director, PROMISE at Columbia

Dr. Meghan Tomb is a child and adolescent psychologist and neuropsychologist. She is an Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center, and the associate clinical director of PROMISE at Columbia. Dr. Tomb received her PhD at the University of Vermont and completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. 

Dr. Tomb specializes in comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations of children, adolescents, and young adults with learning, language, attention/executive function, and developmental disabilities. Evaluations are completed within a developmental framework and often include assessment of social-emotional functioning and co-occurring psychiatric concerns. Her work includes providing ongoing recommendations and consultation for families and educators in developing and implementing appropriate academic, social, and behavioral interventions for children who are evaluated.