Dr. Pulaski joined The Neurology Center in 1982. He did his undergraduate and medical school training at Johns Hopkins University and graduated with Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha honors. He completed his Internal Medicine and Neurology residency training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Pulaski is Clinical Professor of Neurology at George Washington University School of Medicine. He has been repeatedly recognized as one of the region's top neurologists by Washingtonian Magazine, and at the national level was selected by his peers for inclusion in the Best Doctors in America database from 1996 through the present. He has special interest in migraine.
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District of Columbia, 1982
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, in Neurology, November 1983
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners, 1978
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Clinical Neurologist; 1982 to present
Executive Committee; 1989 to present
Managing Physician and President; 1998 to present
Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
1974-1977; M.D. 1977
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society
Intern in Medicine
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland 1977-1978
Assistant Resident in Medicine
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland 1978-1979
Assistant Resident and Resident in Neurology
American Academy of Neurology
D.C. Medical Society - active member
American Headache Society – active member
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Vice-Chairman Credentials Committee,
D.C. Medical Society, Jan 1987 - Dec 1990
Past Delegate to the George Washington University
Secretary-Treasurer for the George Washington University Medical Center’s Attending Physicians’ Association,
Department of Neurology Chairman Search Committee, George Washington University Medical Center,
George Washington University Hospital, Washington, DC
Selected by physician peers in Washingtonian survey as one of the top neurologists in the metropolitan area, every year the survey was undertaken since 1991.
Frequent lectures/seminars in community and professional settings with focus on Migraine.
Selected by peers for inclusion in The Best Doctors In America 2005-2006 Database.
Sponsoring neurologist, Cooperative Young Stroke Study,Montgomery General Hospital. Study Coordinating Office: Department of Neurology, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD. May 1992 to present.
Biogen AIMS Trial, Protocol C-858, Phase IV Trial evaluating acetaminophen vs. prednisone for alleviating flu like side effects associated with the initiation of Avonex therapy. May 2001 - ongoing
Data and Safety Monitoring Board, for the Alexion Pharmaceuticals Protocol C98-005 Phase II study of the effect of h5G1.1-scFv on total mortality and adverse cardiovascular ischemic outcomes in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass 1999 to present
Sapin, L.R., Anderson, F.H., Pulaski, P.D.: Progressive Aphasia Without Dementia: Further Documentation. Ann Neurol25:411-413, 1989.
Hayes, W.S., Sherman, J.L., Stern, B.J., Citrin, C.M., Pulaski, P.D.: MR and CT Evaluation of Intracranial Sarcoidosis.AJNR 8:841-847, AJR 149:1043-1049, 1987.
Pulaski, P.D., Zee, D.S., Robinson D.A.: The Behavior of the Vestibulo-ocular Reflex at High Velocities of Head Rotation.Brain Research 222:159-165, 1981.