Raymond Stephen Price, M.D.
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2000.
University of Pennsylvania, 2004.
Intern in Internal Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 2004-2005.
Resident in Neurology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 2005-2008.
Fellow in Clinical Neurophysiology (Neuromuscular focus), Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 2008-2010.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2008.
American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, 2010.
Neuromuscular medicine, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2011.
Description of Clinical ExpertiseI continue to be fascinated by all subspecialties of neurology. For this reason, I enjoy seeing general neurology patients, especially disorders of the spinal cord. Following my residency training, I completed a neuromuscular fellowship here at the University of Pennsylvania and obtained certification from the Amerian Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in neuromuscular medicine. Thus, I have additional expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the peripheral nervous system, such as radiculopathy, mononeuropathies, polyneuropathy, myopathy, motor neuron disease and disorders of neuromuscular junction transmission. I have published articles on polyneuropathy following gastric bypass surgery, neuromyotonia, POEMS syndrome, and reviews of peripheral neuropathy. I am also certified by the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine in electromyography, which I perform weekly. In 2014 and 2015, I was a member of the winning Neurobowl team at the American Academy of Neurology national meeting, which is a competition assessing the ability of the participants to rapidly and accurately diagnose uncommon neurologic diseases. In 2016, I was selected by my peers to the University of Pennsylvania Academy of Master Clinicians.
Description of Other ExpertiseI have been involved in neurology residency education at the University of Pennsylvania since 2008. In 2012, I transitioned from the associate neurology residency director to the neurology residency director. I am particularly interested in improving the efficiency of education delivery during residency and formal training in non-clinical domains, such as career development. Since 2008, I have had the pleasure to participate in the mentorship and training of more than 100 neurology residents. The vast majority of these residents are now in faculty positions at academic medical institutions and universities. During their training, I teach residents in a variety of clinical settings, weekly in their outpatient continuity clinic and on the wards at least 3 times per year. I give more than 20 different didactic lectures to the residents each year in addition to monthly bedside teaching rounds, morning report, and neuroradiology and neuropathology case conferences. In 2010 and 2016, I was honored to receive the University of Pennsylvania Neurology Residents teaching award. I also give more than 15 yearly neurology lectures to the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of medicine students. In 2015 and 2016, I was honored to receive the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine Most Outstanding Neurology lecture. I also give yearly lectures to residents from the departments of internal medicine, family medicine, and physiatry. At a national level, I participated in the Resident experience at the annual American Academy of Neurology meetings in 2014 and 2015. I have been a member of the American Academy of Neurology Residency-In-Training Examination Committee since 2013 and am currently the vice-chair of this committee. From a medical education research perspective, I have published interesting cases in the Neurology Resident and Fellow's section as well as the New England Journal of Medicine as well as original research on electronic medical records, reducing missed appointments in residents' clinics, and mentored peer review. I also frequently participate and lead discussions in the monthly University of Pennsylvania interdisciplinary medical education journal club. Finally, I am active in providing continuing medical education to the community as the Co-director of the University of Pennsylvania Neurology Board Review course and speaker in the University of Pennsylvania Neurology for the non-neurologist course.
Selected PublicationsSmith, C, Saint, S, Price, R, Al-Aoubi, A, Callaghan, B.: Diagnosing One Letter at a Time. New England Journal of Medicine 372(1): 67-73, January 2015.
Fleisher, J, Richie M. Price R. Scherer S. Dalmau J. Lancaster E.: Acquired neuromyotonia heralding recurrent thymoma in myasthenia gravis. JAMA Neurology 70(10): 1311-4, Oct 2013.
Seifan A1, Mandigo M, Price R, Galetta S, Jozefowicz R, Jaffer A, Symes S, Safdieh J, Isaacson RS.: Can My Electronic Health Record Teach Me Something? A Multi-Institutional Pilot Study. Neurology 80(10): E98-E103, March 2013.
Becker, D., Ingala, E., Martinez-Lage, M., Price, RS. & Galetta, S.: Dry Beriberi and Wernicke’s Encephalopathy following Gastric Lap Band Surgery. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 19(7): 1050-2, Jul 2012.
Price, R., Balcer, L., & Galetta, S.: Education Research: A new system for reducing patient nonattendance in residents’ clinic. Neurology 74(10): E34-36, Mar 2010
Prasad, S., Price, R., Kranick, S., Hurst, R., & Galetta, S.: Clinical reasoning: a 59-year-old Woman with Acute Paraplegia. Neurology 69 (24): E41-47, Dec 2007.
Kranick, S., Price, R., Prasad, S., & Hurtig, H.: Hemichorea caused by Nonketotic Hyperglycemic Syndrome. Neurology 71(20): E59-62, Nov 2008
Brown, R., Price, R., & Hurtig, H. : Myelopathy caused by chronic Nitrous Oxide abuse. Pennsylvania Neurologic Society Page: E5-6, Fall 2009.
Price R., & Balcer, L.: Ocular Myasthenia Gravis. Curbside Consultation in Neuro-Ophthalmology: 49 Clinical Questions. Lee, AG (eds.). Slack Incorporated; 1st edition (September 15, 2008), Sep 2008 Notes: Series: Curbside Consultation.
Loomis, C., Aparicio, H., Qasim, A., Price R.: Neurology. Hitchhikers Guide to Internal Medicine. Qasim, A (eds.). Oxford University Press, Page: 383-449, 2010.
Kasner SE, Price RS: MKSAP 14 Self-Assessment Update 3. Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program. American College of Physicians, 2008 Notes: Authored questions and answers on current management of stroke.
Price R., & Kasner, SE.: Hypertension and Hypertensive Encephalopathy. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. José Biller and José M. Ferro (eds.). Elsevier, 119: 161-7, 2014.
Elkind, M.: Use of Mentored Peer Review of Standardized Manuscripts as an Educational Tool for Neurology Residents. American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting 2014 Notes: As Residency Director, Dr. Price helped Dr. Elkind compile and gather data for this abstract.
Chahin, S: Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis: A Survey Of Neurology Residents' Knowledge On Current Diagnostic Criteria. American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting 2014 Notes: As Residency Director, Dr. Price worked with Dr. Chahin to compile and gather this data.
Callaghan B., Price, RS, Feldman, E.: Peripheral neuropathy: the importance of rare subtypes. JAMA Neurology Page: 1510-18 2015.
Callaghan B., Price R., Feldman, E.: Distal Symmetric Polyneuropathy JAMA Page: 2172-2181 2015.
Sarah Hedgecock: Don't Toss Your Skinny Jeans -- Unless You've Lost Feeling In Your Legs Forbes Magazine Online 2015 Notes: Dr. Price was interviewed for this article: http://onforb.es/1LxdZXp.