Dr. Zimostrad is has practiced neuropsychology in Midland and Grayling Michigan since 1987. He focuses primarily on pediatric neuropsychology with special interests in traumatic brain injury, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, and autism spectrum disorders. He holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from Western Michigan University, and earned his PhD at Ball State University in Muncie Indiana. His pre-doctoral internship was in adolescent psychiatry and neuropsychology/rehabilitation at Wyandotte General Hospital in the Detroit Henry Ford Hospital system. His post-doctoral training was completed in the department of neuropsychology and behavioral medicine at Mid Michigan Hospital (now an affiliate of the University of Michigan). He is a longstanding professional member of the American Psychological Association, National Academy of Neuropsychology, and International Neuropsychology Society.