Our Staff We work with highly qualified experts in cognitive health. These compassionate medical professionals are empathetic to your situation and treat patients and families with the patients, respect, and personal attention they deserve. Martha Stearn, MD, Founding Director Dr. Stearn founded St. John’s Cognitive Health in 2009. She is Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Utah, where she completed a mini-fellowship focused on memory disorders at the Center for Alzheimer’s Care, Imaging and Research in 2008. She has been featured in numerous Wyoming Public Radio and Wyoming Public Television pieces related to Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Stearn is a practicing internist, as well as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington. She received her medical training at the University of Rochester and her masters in clinical psychology from St. John’s University. Email Martha April Jerup, RMA, Certified Registered Medical Assistant April Jerup has been a medical assistant since 2003. She has worked in several clinical settings including family practice, pediatrics, orthopaedics, urgent care, cardiology, neurology and currently cognitive health and internal medicine. She received her licensing in medical assisting through a regional occupational program in California and did her internship with Kaiser Permanente. She is certified in Basic Life Support and CPR. April assists Dr. Stearn with prescription refills, answering patient questions and handling clinical duties. Email April Holly Richert, Neuropsychology Technician Holly has a Master’s degree in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Houston and a professional Master’s degree in Health Administration from Webster University. She has worked with people with a variety of neurological challenges including concussions, severe brain injuries (including severe behavioral problems), strokes, and dementia. Holly provides neuropsychological assessments that include testing for areas of strengths and weaknesses in memory, attention, verbal and visual skills. She also provides health education and helps people find and access community resources.