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Jacquelyn Weiss - Physician > Neurology
Jacquelyn Weiss
Newton Medical Group
180 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612 
Tel:  510-208-4700
 
About Jacquelyn Weiss

QUALIFIED MEDICAL EXAMINER, CA Board Certified, American Board of Psychiatry
and Neurology

EDUCATION

1966 - 1970 Brandies University, Waltham Massachusetts; B.A., magna cum laude with honors in Physics
1970 - 1975 Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts; Ph.D., Theoretical Physics
1977 - 1979 Ph.D. to M.D. Program, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida; M.D.
1975 - 1976 Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford California; Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Neurobiology
1979 - 1980 University of Miami School of Medicine, Resident in Internal Medicine
1980 - 1981 University of Miami School of Medicine, Resident in Neurology
1981 - 1983 UCLA School of Medicine, Resident in Neurology
1983 - 1984 Stanford University School of Medicine and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Fellow in Clinical Neurophysiology
1984 - 1987 Naval Hospital San Diego, California; LCDR, Staff Neurologist, Electromyographer, Director of Electroencephalography and Evoked Potential Laboratory

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1987 - 2005 Seattle, Washington; private practice in Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology. Staff privileges at Swedish Hospital; Director of Neurodiagnostic Lab St. Cabrini Hospital (1987 -1989)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

American Medical Association
American Academy of Neurology
Fellow, American Clinical Neurophysiology Society
King County Medical Society

ABSTRACTS

1) (Weiss, JA, Gelatt, CD, and Ehrenreich, H: Energy Bands of Non-stochiometric Transition Metal Hydrides. Bulletin of the Amer. Physical So. Apr 1975

(2) Gelatt, CD, Weiss, JA, and Ehrenreich, H: Heats of Formation of Transition Metal Hydrides. Bulletin of the Amer. Physical So. Apr 1975

(3) Weiss, JA and White, JC: Mixed Nerve Axon Populations and the Somatosensory Evoked Potential, Implications. 1984 Int’l Symposium of SEPs. AAEE, Sept 1984

(4) Weiss, JA and White, JC: EMG Elucidation of the Pathophysiology of Ataxia in Fisher Syndrome. AAEE Annual Meeting Sept 1984

(5) Weiss, JA and White, JC: Unilateral Suppression and Desynchronization of Sleep Vertex Activity - Pathologic Correlates and a Hypothesis Concerning Mechanisms of Vertex Synchronization. Amer EEG Society Annual Meeting Sept 1984




 
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