Dr. Mark Anthony Orlando is a graduate of Concordia University’s Clinical Psychology program. During his studies, he conducted research into the hormone oxytocin, and its effects on memory and behaviour in both humans and rodents. He has published several papers and completed numerous presentations on the topic.
Dr. Orlando has undergone extensive training in the evaluation of neuropsychological and neurodegenerative disorders across various departments at the Montreal Neurological Hospital, the Jewish General Hospital, and the Allan Memorial Institute. During his training, he worked primarily with adult and geriatric populations presenting with a wide range of neurological complaints, with particular expertise in the assessment and diagnosis of dementias, epilepsy, parkinsonian syndromes, and organic brain damage (e.g.: brain tumors, head injuries).
Since then, he has been working at the MNC clinic and expanding his practice to include child and adolescent assessments of neurodevelopmental conditions such as learning disorders and ADHD.