Nexus Triage

Speaker Bio

Tony L. Strickland, M.S., Ph.D., FNAN, is the founder and CEO of Nexus Clinical Solutions, and the Center for Postconcussion Syndrome and PTSD Treatment. He is a clinical neuropsychologist by training, a Fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and a former Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. A native of Los Angeles, Dr. Strickland completed undergraduate studies at the California State University at Los Angeles. He received a Master of Science degree, and a doctoral degree in Behavioral Medicine (Clinical Psychology) from the University of Georgia. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the UCLA affiliated VA Medical Center Sepulveda. Dr. Strickland completed a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychopharmacology at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Clinical Research Center on Psychobiology. Additionally, He completed a postdoctoral residency in clinical neuropsychology at the prestigious David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA under the mentorship of renowned neuropsychologist Dr. Paul Satz, and neurologist Dr. Jeffrey Cummings. Dr. Strickland is a former director of the UCLA Department of Neurology Memory Disorders and Cerebral Function Clinic (Marina Del Rey Site), and a former treating clinician for the NFL substance abuse treatment program. Dr. Strickland is currently a Board Member of the Brain Injury Association of America and is a member of the Pop Warner Medical Advisory Committee.

He established the Center for Postconcussion Syndrome and PTSD Treatment to provide state-of-the-art treatment and prevention services to address the comprehensive concussion care needs of patients needing outpatient virtual and/or in person care, to include athletes, military populations, and other individuals across the lifespan. The innovative Nexus Triage program provides specialized neurobehavioral teleneurohealth solutions to evaluate people with suspected TBIs, vestibular/balance disorders, as well as memory and related cognitive and behavioral disorders. An accomplished researcher, Dr. Strickland has been the principal investigator of many National Institute of Health supported research projects primarily related to clinical neuroscience. He is the author of numerous research articles and has presented nationally and internationally. Currently, he serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal Neurotrauma.