Peter Pressman, M.D. has been interested in the brain and neurology since college. He also has a long-standing interest in scientific education. As a fellow and clinical instructor in neurology, Dr. Pressman is passionate about raising awareness of the nervous system and neurological diseases.
Dr. Pressman worked in Alzheimer's disease research prior to beginning medical school. He has presented and published papers on specialized neurological imaging techniques, as well as focusing on using simulation technology in neurological education. Dr. Pressman serves on the editorial team for the Residents and Fellows Section of Neurology, the world's leading neurology journal and the official scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
Dr. Pressman received his undergraduate degree in Biology and English at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. He received his medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University, and completed his residency in neurology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. He is currently a clinical instructor and neurology fellow at the Memory and Aging Center of the University of California, San Francisco, one of the most internationally acclaimed academic centers in neurology.
By Peter Pressman:
The brain is responsible for all we experience, think, and do. I have been fascinated by the nervous system for almost two decades, and I enjoy the time I spend teaching patients about their neurological conditions. It is my goal to offer a resource where anyone whose life has been changed by neurological illness can find answers to their questions as well as a place of community and support.