Clinical Interest for Patients
I evaluate and treat adults with any disorder that falls within in the spectrum of behavioral neurology, but the problems I see most commonly are dementia and traumatic brain injury. A unifying theme I have addressed over my career that relates to all of behavioral neurology is the contribution of white matter to human behavior, and, by implication, how disorders of white matter alter behavior.
I am a behavioral neurologist. In this capacity, I study the relationships between the brain and behavior, and use this perspective as the foundation of patient care. The disorders I evaluate and treat are some of the most complex in medicine, and I strive to bring compassion and sound clinical judgment as well as knowledge and experience to every person I encounter.
- Behavioral Neurology
- Neurology ( 1984 )
Conditions & Treatments
Mental Health and Behavior
Brain and Nervous System
Alzheimer's Disease, Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries
Education & Training
MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1979)
BA, Williams College (MA) (1973)
University of Connecticut/Hartford Hospital Program (1980)
University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (1983)
Boston University School of Medicine (1984)