Neuroscience Pediatric Neurology Metabolic Medicine Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Neuroscience Pediatric Neurology Metabolic Medicine, Developmental Neuroanatomy, Movement Disorders, Olfaction, Smell, Taste, Brainscience, Medical Toxicology, Neurotoxicology, Infectious Diseases, Child Brain Function, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Medical Instructional Design, Neurohabilitation, Neuropsychiatry, Human Centered Building Construction Science, Psychoacoustics, Sick Building Syndrome, Immunometabolism, Environmental Toxicology, Mold, Mycology, Headache, Neurology, Migraine, Chemosensory Disorders, Neuro-otology, Neurorehabilitation, Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury, Behavioral Neurology, Movement Disorders, Pediatric Neurology, Neurogenetics


Brandeis University
1984 B.A. honors, Biology Waltham, Massachusetts

Sackler School of Medicine
1988 M.D., Medicine. Ramat-Aviv, Israel


Harvard University, Faculty of Medicine, Brookline, MA 1993-1994
Research Fellow in Anesthesia – Clinical research grant – Treatment strategies in migraine

National Institutes of Health – NIH, Bethesda, MD 1993
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Adjunct scientist NIH: neurogenetics laboratory research-amino acid biochemistry – vascular & genetic disorders:

McLean Hospital – Harvard Medical School
neuroendocrinology research; HPA -hypothalamic-pituitary axis
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center – Belmont ,Mass 1984

Neonatal Incubator Design Science: biophysics and design research – using polyhedral modeling design, NICU incubator dynamics & infant sensory developmental neuroscience.

2005 – Research presentation – Annual Meeting of National Association of Neonatal Nurses, Anaheim, CA


1991 – 1993 George Washington University School of Medicine –

    • Children’s National Medical Center Washington, DC, Child Neurology Fellowship

1990 – 1991 University of Chicago Hospitals Chicago, IL Neurology Residency

1989 – 1990 Schneider Children’s Hospital New Hyde Park, NY Pediatric Residency

1988 – 1989 The New York Hospital – Cornell New York, NY Pediatric Internship


2010-present  Advanced Adult & pediatric neuroscience – private practice Ft. Lauderdale, FL

    • Headache and migrane, neuroimmunology, traumatic brain injury and autism medicine
    • Tremor, dystonia, mitochondrial disorders, neurogenetics, neuropathy

2007-2009 Neurologist Veterans Administration Hospital, Phoenix, AZ Neurology /TBI -brain injury specialist, movement disorders, behavioral medicine Developed/directed neuroscience training clerkship.

2004 – 2007 Child Neurology / Developmental Pediatrics concurrent solo practice – pediatric neuroscience & mental health, neurobehavioral, ADHD & autism spectrum disorders, Pittsfield, MA

2000 – 2004 Florida Neuroscience Group – Medical Director Plantation, FL

1998 – 2000 Bournewood Health Systems –sole primary consulting neurologist New England psychiatric specialty hospital Brookline, MA

1993 – 1995 Montefiore Headache Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Clinical Faculty-Headache Unit, Dept. of Neurology: Bronx, NY

1993 – 2000 New England Adult and Pediatric Neurology, Norwell MA


1986 Dean’s Letter of Commendation, Sackler School of Medicine

1993 Meadox Prize in the History of Medicine, honorable mention

1994 certified, ASNR – American Society of Neurorehabilitation

1995 Physician’s Recognition Award – American Medical Association

2011 Patient’s Choice Award

2016 Migraine aura discovery mentioned by Migraine Aura Society, Germany


Active medical license Florida ME


Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), Maryland – Neuropathology – intensive education

Child Neurology Society- research presentation in Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response – published research abstract in proceedings of Annals of Neurology.

Harvard Medical School – training in rTMS- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Research Neuroscience and Translational Research

neuroergonomics, sensory, environmental and metabolic neuroscience
Following longstanding interest in the application of research neuroscience and human neuroergonomics to the public health sector, I chose additional technical graduate education, in neuroscience-centered design, toward an additional postdoctoral graduate degree, while maintaining full-time medical practice. During this time, on a clinical research and academic basis, I researched intensive care unit and hospital design science, artificial intelligence, neural networking, sensory neuroscience and design. as it pertains to an optimized milieu and compassionate care for chronically ill patients.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Masters of Science (MS) degree, Architectural Sciences: 2005, focus on health-care environments and hospital design. I received an additional MS graduate degree in Architectural Sciences.
Throughout my career, I have presented to various corporate, university, governmental and advocacy organizations on a continuum of topics pertaining to pediatric neurology, development, neurochemistry, motor neurons, movement disorders, infectious diseases, migraine care, autism spectrum disorders and TBI-traumatic brain injury.