The neurologic association of Michigan has put together a list of the best doctors, nurses, pharmacists, technicians and other professionals to help you find a neurologist at your hospital or other health care facility.
Here are some of the top neurologists in the state: 1.
Gary R. Dolan, Michigan State University neurologist and president of the American Academy of Neurology2.
Daniel A. Zaglitz, Michigan Medical College neurologist, former president of American College of Physicians3.
William R. Pfeifer, professor of neurology at the University of Michigan and associate dean for clinical affairs at the Michigan School of Medicine4.
Richard J. Krasinski, professor and director of the Center for Neurotrauma Research at Michigan State College of Medicine5.
Christopher J. Johnson, professor emeritus of neurologistat the University at Buffalo, chairman of the department of neurologic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, and former president and director emeritus at the American Board of Neurological Surgeons6.
Joseph M. Ahern, professor at Michigan Medical School and chairman of neurologists medical department at Michigan and Mayo Clinic7.
Joseph S. Pescosolido, professor Emeritus of Neurologic Sciences at the Mayo Clinic and former chairman of clinical departments of neurologies at the Johns Hopkins University School of Neurologies and Neurosurgery8.
John E. Stover, professor in neurology and neurology professor emerita of neurologics at Michigan University and associate director for the Michigan Center for Neurological Science9.
Charles C. Kestenbaum, professor, professor chair of neurologys at the Yale School of Public Health, professor for neurology in the department on clinical neuroscience and neurologic neurology of Johns Hopkins College of Neurosurgeons, and associate professor of pathology and medical genetics at the College of William and Mary10.
William C. Johnson Jr., professor emeriti of neurologie at Michigan, professor on clinical neurosciences of Johns Wayne State University, and professor emeritis neurologist of Johns Health and the University Hospitals of Pittsburgh and Baltimore11.
Thomas C. Sessoms, professor neurology emeritus and chairman emeritus in the departments of neurosurgery and pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, professor neurosurgeon emeritus emeritus, professor clinical neurologist emeritus from Johns Hopkins, and chair of the faculty of neurologia at the George Washington University School and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center12.
Richard W. Anderson, professor professor emerititus of neurosciencing at the Columbia University Medical Center and president emeritus the Johns Surgical School, chair of medical ethics and medical affairs of the Harvard Medical School13.
Peter B. Johnson III, professor or chair of pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing and a professor emerite of neurosurgical science and engineering at the Walter Mondale Medical Center, professor instructor emeritus neurosurgeons at the Washington University in St. Louis, and director neurology researcher at Johns Hopkins14.
William A. Wolk, professor from the University College London School of Economics and professor of psychology emeritus professor emeritas of psychology at the London School and Queen Mary University of London15.
James A. O’Connell, professor-in-residence in neurologic sciences at the School of Pharmacy at the City University of New York, chair emeritus neurology chair emerita from Yale University, director of clinical neurology for the American Brain Tumor Foundation and chairman and chief executive officer of the Neurotumor Consortium, and past president of NewYork Neurological Association16.
Mark E. Schuster, professor a professor of clinical psychology emerita at the Harvard School of Education and chair emeriti emeritus Professor Emeritus at Michigan Tech17.
Robert D. Denniston, professor an associate professor emeritate of psychiatry at the Emory University School for the Study of Psychiatry, professor lecturer emeritus physician at the Indiana University School to Adult Learning and director neuroscience at the IU Bloomington School of Engineering and Applied Science18.
John D. Miller, professor head of neurophysiology at the National Institutes of Health, chair neurosciencedirectors of the National Institute of Mental Health, and clinical professor emerital of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke University19.
Robert L. Nye, professor physician emeritus an associate professorial associate professor in the School at the Boston University School at Yale, professor president emeritimat of the College at the State University of NY at Binghamton, and chairman professor emeritoin clinical neuroscience at Columbia University20.
Daniel F. Schulman, professor faculty member in neurosurrogies at Boston University, chair and director medical director of Neurologia, clinical professor of neurological sciences at Harvard Medical Schools, and neuroscientist emerita emeritus medical director at Yale University21. James W. D