Meet The Membership Committee

Mission Statement

This Membership committee aims to:

1) Expand the ANA membership to include all students and professionals who are interested in neuropsychology and in working with the Asian population both domestically and globally

2) Oversee nomination and election of ANA leadership while upholding diversity and equity principles

3) To continually promote the engagement and sense of community within the ANA

Porrselvi A.P. – Co-Chair

Porrselvi A.P., PhD, CPsychol, is a Cognitive Neuropsychologist from Chennai, India. She is the founder and head of Unified Brain Health Care, a multidisciplinary centre, focussed on brain health and emotional well-being. She holds the copyright and is the author of TAM Battery, a multi-lingual neuropsychological patient management system which includes a comprehensive computer- assisted cognitive test battery, the first computer assisted assessment developed in India and the only test battery available in Tamil. She was awarded the Early Career Award by the International Neuropsychological Society in 2022 for her work on using technology in neuropsychology for resource optimization in underserved populations. Her areas of interest are Diagnostic assessment, Stroke, Neurooncology, Neurodevelopmental disorders in adults, Sleep disorders, Epilepsy, Movement Disorders and Dementia. She is actively involved in raising awareness about neuropsychology and promoting positive neuropsychology in Tamil Nadu, India. She loves travelling, trying new foods, and enjoys being a parent in her spare time.

Elizabeth Choi – Co-Chair

Elizabeth (Liz) Choi, PhD, is a Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of California, San Francisco, Department of Neurosurgery – Brain Tumor Center, specializing in cognitive assessment, rehabilitation and health psychology. She graduated from Palo Alto University, California and completed her internship at NYU Langone Rusk and 2-year postdoctoral fellowship at UCSF/Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She is an international student from Hong Kong, she speaks fluent Cantonese and Mandarin. Prior to coming to the U.S., she worked as a registered clinical psychologist in Hong Kong. Her interests include multicultural neuropsychological assessment and cognitive rehabilitation, as well as delivering culturally-sensitive psychotherapy for adjustment to medical issues. She wishes to advocate for underrepresented populations and the international student/immigrants community in her work. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, music, and pilates.

Shiyuan Chen – Student member

Shiyuan Chen, MS, is an incoming school psychology Ph.D. student at Northern Illinois University. She currently holds a Master of Science in school psychology and speaks fluent Mandarin and English, as well as conversational Portuguese. 

Jun Min Koay – Student member

Jun Min Koay, PsyD, is a current first year neuropsychology post-doctoral fellow at Mayo Clinic Florida. Prior to this, he completed a neuropsychology internship at the University of Florida and obtained his doctoral degree from Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. He is an international student from Malaysia. He speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese, and conversational Fujianese and Malay.


Ann (Annie) Lee, MS, is a Clinical Psychology doctoral student at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Annie grew up in Singapore and South Korea and obtained her Bachelor of Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. She speaks fluent Korean and conversational Mandarin. Annie’s research interests include neural correlates and biomarkers of aging, cognition, and neurodegenerative disorders. In her free time, she enjoys reading, exploring new restaurants and cafes, and spending time with friends and family.

Mimi Wong – Advisor

Mimi Wong, PhD, was born in Guangzhou China, and immigrated to the USA with her family when she was about 8 yrs old. As she progressed in her clinical training, she learned that not only were there few psychological and neuropsychological resources available to the Chinese and Asian American patient population, there was also little peer or mentor support for those training to serve this population. This led to a journey of seeking out and helping to create a new community, the Asian Neuropsychological Association, with the shared vision of providing excellent culturally sensitive neuropsychological services for all individuals of Asian descent. For fun, she likes to play tennis, badminton, snowboard, travel, and enjoy time with family and friends.

(Mimi Wong, PhD)