David BrodyBA, MD, PhD
David Brody, MD, PhD, received both MD and PhD degrees from the Johns Hopkins University in 2000 as part of the NIH Medical Scientist Training Program. His PhD thesis work on neuronal calcium channels and short-term synaptic plasticity was performed in the laboratory of Dr. David T. Yue, Department of Biomedical Engineering. He was the winner of the Hans Prohaska Young Investigator Award at Johns Hopkins in 2000.
He completed an internship in Internal Medicine in 2001 and Neurology residency in 2004, both at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. In 2004, he received the Leonard Berg Prize for Research Conducted During Residency and the Medical Student Teaching Award at Washington University. He is board certified in Neurology.
He was a post-doctoral fellow in Washington University in the laboratory of Dr. David Holtzman. His research focused on the role of the amyloid-β peptide in traumatic brain injury. He was the recipient of a K08 career development award from the NIH, a Burroughs Wellcome Career Award in the Biomedical Sciences, and a grant from the Thrasher Fund.