Dr, Louis T. Giron, Jr.
3741 Campbell Street
Kansas City MO, 64109
Emphasis on the neurological aspects of systemic disease; on disorders of movement, such as Parkinson's disease; and on clinical neuropharmacology
BIO / Resume / CV:
Education/Training B.A., Rice University, Houston, Texas M.D.,Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri Internship, Internal Medicine Residency, University of Iowa Clinics and Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa General Medical Officer, Medical Corps, US Army Clinical Pharmacology, Neurology Residency and Fellowship, University of Iowa Clinics and Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa Fellowship, Biochemical Neuropharmacology, Neurology Department, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, North Carolina Licensure/Certification/Memberships/Academic & Professional Positions Missouri State Medical License , expires January 31, 2006 1979 Certification , American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. in Neurology Member, American Academy of Neurology, Sigma Xi (National Research Society) Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas Team Leader, Neurology Section, Specialty Care Program, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri Director, Electroencephalography Laboratory, DVAMC, KCMO Co-Director, Disorders of Movement/Disorders of Memory Clinics, DVAMC, KCMO former Faculty Member, Board Review Courses in Neurology, Osler Institute, Terre Haute, Indiana. Professional interest/expertise Clinical neurology, especially disorders of movement, neurologic aspects of systemic disease, recovery of function after stroke; clinical neuropharmacology; conduct of drug trials in stroke, dementia and multiple sclerosis. Medical-legal experience Review neurologic-related tort cases for Department of Veterans Affairs both within and outside of the region; review neurologic cases for compensation and pension purposes,medical record review, litigation support, litigation consultation. Peer review Expert witness, both for plaintiffs and defendants Review of neurologic medical files Professional references available upon request.