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 his 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 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, P.A.
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