Kenneth W. Eckmann, M.D.

Biography : 

Dr. Kenneth W. Eckmann is a graduate of Harvard Medical School. He also holds a master's degree in psychology and brain science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He completed neurology residency at the Longwood Area Neurology Training Program, Harvard Medical School, followed by a fellowship in neuromuscular diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He is Board Certified in neurology and in electrodiagnostic medicine. Dr. Eckmann is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and a member of the American Academy of Neurology.  He has been recognized as one of the region's top neurologists by Washingtonian Magazine.

Curriculum Vitae : 
OFFICE ADDRESS: The Neurology Center
2730 University Boulevard W., Suite 410
Wheaton, MD 20902
BUSINESS TELEPHONE: (301) 562-7200
CITIZENSHIP: USA
LICENSURE: Maryland
District of Columbia
Virginia
CERTIFICATION: American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, November, 1986

The American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, April, 1990

Fellowship, American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians, October, 1996

EDUCATION:  
UNDERGRADUATE B.A., 1974. Psychology
University of California at Berkeley
B.A. - 1983
GRADUATE Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.S., Psychology and Brain Science 
1977
MEDICAL SCHOOL M.D., 1981
Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts
INTERNSHIP Internal Medicine: 1981-1982
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts
RESIDENCY Neurology: Junior and Senior Assistant, 1982-84
Longwood Area Neurological Training Program
Boston, Massachusetts
FELLOWSHIP Fellowship Metabolic Neurology
National Institute of Health
Bethesda, MD
1996 to 1997
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:  
1986-Present The Neurology Center 2730 University Boulevard, W., #410 
Wheaton, MD 20902
HONORS AND AWARDS: Phi Beta Kappa
NIGMS Pre-Doctoral Trainee Award
1984-1977
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: American Medical Association
American Academy of Neurology
The American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
The Montgomery County (Maryland) Medical Society
American Association of Disability Evaluating Physician
FACULTY: Assistant Professor of Neurology
George Washington University, Washington, DC
1986
SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH: A. PUBLICATIONS:
  1. Eichenbaum, H., Shedlack, K., Eckmann, K.:Thalamo-cortical Mechanisms in Odor-Guided Behavior: 1. Effects of Lesions of the Mediodorsal Nucleus and Frontal Cortex on Olfactory Discrimination. Brain, Behavior, and Evolution. 17: 276-290, 1980.
  2. Deacon, T., Jeichenbaum, H., Rosenberg, P., and Eckmann, K.: Afferent Connections of the Perirhinal Cortex in the Rat. J. Comparative Neurology. 220: 168-190, 1983.

B. PRESENTATIONS:

  1. Shedlack, K., Eichenbaum, H., Eckmann, K.,: Thalamo-Cortical Mechanisms in Odor- Guided Behavior: 1. Effects of Lesions on the Mediodorsal Nucleus and Frontal Cortex on Odor Discrimination.

    Paper presented to Society of Neuroscience, 1979.
     

  2. Eckmann, K. W., and Shahani, B.T.: Blink Reflex Studies: A Test for Documenting Demyelinating Neuropathy.

    Paper presented to the 33rd annual Meeting of the American Association of Electro-myography and Electrodiagnosis, 1986.
     

  3. Sapin, L. And Eckmann, K. Specificity of Neuropsychological Diagnosis in a Case of Pick's Disease. The American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. 8/92