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Gary D. Clark, MD
|Washington University School of Medicine||fellowship||Pediatric Neurology||1990|
|Washington University School of Medicine||fellowship||Pediatric Neurology||1988|
|Washington University School of Medicine||residency||Neurology||1986|
|Washington University School of Medicine||fellowship||Research Fellowship||1985|
|Harvard Medical School||residency||Pediatrics||1984|
|Harvard Medical School||internship||Pediatrics||1983|
|Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||1982|
Dr. Clark's clinical focus centers on developmental disorders, seizure disorders, and neurogenetic disorders, brain malformations and fetal neurology.
|American Academy of Neurology||Member|
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Member|
|American Epilepsy Society||Investigation Workshop Committee|
|Child Neurology Society||Research Committee; Councilor from the South and Executive Board Member (2010-2012)|
|Society for Pediatric Research||Member|
Dobyns WB, Mirzaa G, Christian SL, Petras K, Roseberry J, Clark GD, Curry CJ, McDonald-McGinn D, Medne L, Zackai E, Parsons J, Zand DJ, Hisama FM, Walsh CA, Leventer RJ, Martin CL, Gajecka M, Shaffer LG. Consistent chromosome abnormalities identify novel polymicrogyria loci in 1p36.3, 2p16.1-p23.1, 4q21.21-q22.1, 6q26-q27, and 21q2. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 2008 Jul 1;146A(13):1637-54.