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Daniel M. Feinberg, MD

Professor of Clinical Neurology
Chief Medical Officer, Pennsylvania Hospital
Department: Neurology

Contact information
Pennsylvania Hospital
Administration
800 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Office: 215-829-7556
Education:
BA
University of Pennsylvania , 1987.
M.D.
Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, 1992.
Post-Graduate Training
Intern in Internal Medicine, Graduate Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1992-1993.
Resident in Neurology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine & Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York, 1993-1995.
Chief Resident in Neurology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1995-1996.
Fellow in Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular Disorders, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 1996-1997.
Fellowship in Clinical Quality Improvement, University of Pennsylvania Health System, 1998-1999.
Graduate Certificate in the Business of Medicine, School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD , 2002-2003.
Certificate of Completion, 10X10 Course, American Medical Informatics Association, Oregon Health Services University, Portland, OR, 2007-2007.
Certificate of Completion, Wharton Academic Medicine Leadership Program, University of Pennsylvania, 2007-2008.
Certifications
Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Re-certified in Neurology), 2017.
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Description of Research Expertise

Peripheral neuropathy
Quality improvement and patient safety
Evidence-based medicine

Description of Clinical Expertise

Neuromuscular disorders
Spine disorders
Concussion

Description of Other Expertise

Quality improvement, patient safety, physician alignment, clinical informatics, physician alignment

Selected Publications

Feinberg DM. : Will neurology residents with large student loan debts become academicians? Neurology 59(5): 789, 2002.

Weber M, Feinberg D: Treatment for cramps in ALS and motor neuron disease. Cochrane Library 2003 Notes: Issue 2.

Varatto J, Siderowf A, Damiano P, Gregory S, Feinberg D, McCluskey, L. : Postural change of forced vital capacity predicts some respiratory symptoms in ALS. Neurology 57: 357-359, 2001.

Varrato J., D.O., Damiano P., R.N., Siderowf A., M.D., Gregory S., M.D., Feinberg D., M.D., McCluskey L.F., M.D. : Postural change of forced vital capacity predicts some respiratory symptoms in ALS. ALS and other Motor Neuron Disorders 2(Supp2): 7-8, 2001.

McCluskey, LF, Gregory S, Feinberg D, Varrato, J. : Postural Change of Forced Vital Capacity Correlates with Respiratory Symptoms in ALS. Neurology 56(Supp3): A198, 2001.

Feinberg DM. : Reflex sympathetic dystrophy. NEJM 343(24): 1811, 2000.

McCluskey LF, Feinberg DM, Bird SJ. : Case of the Month: Suprascapular neuropathy related to a glenohumeral joint cyst. Muscle Nerve 22(6): 772-777, 1999.

Feinberg DM, Preston DC, Shefner JM, Logigian EL. : Amplitude-dependent slowing of conduction in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and polyneuropathy. Muscle Nerve 22: 937-940, 1999.

McCluskey LF, Bird SJ, Feinberg DM. : “Pseudo-conduction block” in vasculitic mononeuropathy multiplex is related to focal axonal conduction failure. Muscle Nerve 22(10): 1361-1366, 1999.

Feinberg DM, Spiro AJ, Weidenheim K. : Distinct light microscopic changes in HIV-associated nemaline myopathy. Neurology 53(1): 241-242, 1999.

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