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Laura S Boylan, MD

Minnesota

Neurology Expert Witness Brain Injury, TBI, Quality of Life, Causation, Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, Neuropharmacology, Dystonia, Huntington's Multiple System Atrophy, Tourette's Neurologic Emergencies, Psychiatry/Neurology Border Zone, Neurologic Disability, Neurohospitalist
Additional Information Board Certified, Columbia University educated and trained neurologist. Phi Beta Kappa. 20+ ears of teaching experience including Columbia and NYU. Extensive writing experience. 15+ years of peer review experience. Experienced expert witness case reviewer/evaluator in product liability, personal injury, criminal and medical malpractice cases. Special interest in movement disorders. Special interest as well in the psychiatric and cognitive manifestations of neurologic disease and injury, based in part on working at Bellevue Hospital Center in NYC and fellowship training in psychiatry, including psychopharmacology. Has provided numerous opinions on disability due to neurologic conditions. Experience dealing with neurological emergencies as a neurohospitalist. Licensed in New York and Minnesota. Active clinical practice in both states (NYC and Duluth).

Laura S Boylan, MD

New York, New York

Neurology Expert Witness Brain Injury, TBI, Quality of Life, Causation, Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, Neuropharmacology, Dystonia, Huntington's Multiple System Atrophy, Tourette's Neurologic Emergencies, Psychiatry/Neurology Border Zone, Neurologic Disability, Neurohospitalist
Additional Information Board Certified, Columbia University educated and trained neurologist. Phi Beta Kappa. 20+ ears of teaching experience including Columbia and NYU. Extensive writing experience. 15+ years of peer review experience. Experienced expert witness case reviewer/evaluator in product liability, personal injury, criminal and medical malpractice cases. Special interest in movement disorders. Special interest as well in the psychiatric and cognitive manifestations of neurologic disease and injury, based in part on working at Bellevue Hospital Center in NYC and fellowship training in psychiatry, including psychopharmacology. Has provided numerous opinions on disability due to neurologic conditions. Experience dealing with neurological emergencies as a neurohospitalist. Licensed in New York and Minnesota. Active clinical practice in both states (NYC and Duluth).

Wendy E Goodwin, MD

Dallas, Texas

Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehab Expert Witness, Physical Medicine & Rehab Expert Witness Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Concussion, Future Ability to Walk, Future Educational/Vocational Potential, Childhood Disability, Neurorehabilitation, Shaken Baby, Multiple Trauma, Cerebral Palsy, Quality of Life, Impact on Caregiver, Cognitive Impairment, School Accomodations
Additional Information Wendy E. Goodwin, MD, is board certified in both (adult) Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine. She is one of fewer than 250 such specialists in the U.S. who are board certified in Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine. As an attending physician / assistant clinical professor at UT Southwestern / Children’s Medical Center, she worked daily with children with cerebral palsy / chronic developmental disabilities and in the acute hospital, spending much time in the ICU. There she cared for acutely injured children – many battered babies, drownings, car wreck victims, critically ill cancer and heart transplant patients, etc. She has experience caring for children along the spectrum of Traumatic Brain Injury – from shortly after their accidents in the ICU – to many years later in the clinic setting. This is a breadth of experience that not many physicians get. Dr. Goodwin’s unique value to both plaintiff attorneys and defense attorneys as an exper...