196 Thomas Johnson Dr, Ste 1201702 Frederick, MD, US


Albert J Martins
Senior Staff Neurologist Department of Neurology Colonel, U.S. Army, Medical Corps
Dr. Laura Brosbe recently joined Comprehensive Neurology Services as a Movement Disorder specialist. Dr. Brosbe completed her residency and fellowship training at the University of Maryland Medical Center, and attended undergraduate at Boston University and medical school at Nova Southeastern University in Florida.

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Dr. Brosbe specializes in movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and related syndromes (progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal syndrome, multiple system atrophy), tremor, chorea, dystonia and drug-induced movement disorders, among others. She also sees patients in general neurology. She has a special interest in emerging treatments and improving quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease, tremors, and other movement disorders.

University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Undergraduate Major: Biopsychology 1976-1980 B.S. May 1980
Graduate Program: Sensation & Perception 1980-1982 M.S. Aug 1984

Uniformed Services University of the Health 1982-1986 M.D. May 1986
Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland

Transitional lnternship El Paso, TX 1986-1987 Jun 1987
Wm Beaumont Army Medical Center

Neurology Resident Wash., DC 1987-1990 Jun 1990
Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Clinical Neurophysiology Fellow 1993-1994 Jun 1994
Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Teaching and Research Assistant (1978-1982)
University of Maryland, Department of Psychology College Park MD 20742

Clinical lnstructor in Neurology (1987-1993)
USUHS School of Medicine, Bethesda MD 20814

Staff Neurologist, Chief Neurophysiology Section, (Jul 1990 – Jun 1993)
Landstuhl Army Regional Medical Center APO AE 09180 Germany

Chief, Neurology and Neurophysiology Service (Jul 1994 -Jun 1997)
William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso TX79920

Assistant Chief Department of Neurology (Jul 1998 – Jun 1999)
Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Chief Neurology Service ( Oct 2002 – Jun 2008)
Womack Army Medical Center, Ft Bragg, NC

Staff Neurologist (2008 – Present)
Walter Reed Military MedicalCenter, Bethesda MD 20889

Collewijn H, Martins AJ and Steinman RM (1981a) Natural retinal image motion: Origin and Change.
Ann. N.Y. Acad Sci 374,312-32

Collewijn H, Martins AJ and Steinman RM (1981b) The time course of adaptation of human compensatory eye
movements. Doc. Ophth’ Proc.30, 123-133

Kowler E and Martins AJ (1982). Eye movements of preschool children. Science 251, 997-999.

Steinman RM, Cushman W and Martins AJ (1982) The precision ol gaze. Neurobiology 1,215-217

Collewijn H , Martins AJ, Tamminga EP and VanDie CC (1982) Control of gaze in man: Synthesis of pursuit,
Optokinetic and vestibuloocular systems. Doc. Opthal Proc. 34,3-22.

Kowler E, Martins AJ (1983)Technical Comment:Eye movements of preschoolchildren.Science 222,75-77

Collewijn H, Martins AJ and Steinman RM (1983) Compensatory eye movemerts during active andpgggive
head movements: Fast adaptation to changes in visual magnification.J Physiol (London) 340259-286

Kowler E, Martins AJ and Pavel M (1984) The effect of expectations on slow oculomotor control: lV
Anticipatory smooth eye movements depend on prior target motions. Vision Res 24 197-210

Martins AJ, Kowler E and Palmer C (1985) Smooth Pursuit of small amplitude sinusoidal motion.
J Opt Soc Am A.2234-242.

Martins AJ and Jabbari B Transcranial Magnetic stimulation in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
(ln Preparation)

Martins AJ and Kowler E. Eye movements of Preschool children ARVO, May 1981 Sarasota FA

Martins AJ and Kowler E. Oculomotor development is not complete by five years of age. Psychonomic Society
Meeting, Nov 1981 PhiladelPhia

Martins AJ and Steinman RM Velocity and Position sensitivity during smooth pursuit of small amplitude target
motions. ARVO MaY 1982 , Sarasota FA

Martins AJ, Kowler E and palmer C Contributions of slow control and smooth pursuit oculomotor subsystems
to tracking of sinusoidal motion. osA Meeting oct 1983 New Orleans

Martins AJ and Jabbari B Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. 42nd Annual
American Academy of Neurology May 1990, Miami FA

Martins AJ and Jabbari B Magnetic Motor and Multimodal sensory evoked potentials in adrenomyeloneuropathy.
6th Europein Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology Sept 1992 Lisbon Portugal

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Fellowship May 1982

lntern of the Year William Beaumont Army Medical Center Jun 1987

Neurology Resident Research Award for Outstanding Clinical Research May 1990

Meritorious Service Medal 7th MedicalCommand, Europe May 1993

Meritorious Service Medal NARMC Jun 2008

lntramuscular Poly ICLC Treatment for Relapsing and Remitting
Salazar Principal lnvestigator.

Magnetic Motor Stimulation in Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nerve
Bahman Jabbari, Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Multiple Sclerosis. (1987-1989). Andres
Lesions.(1 988-1 9Bg) Principal lnvestigator

lntraoperative Utilityof Visual, Auditory and Somatosensory Evoked potentials. (1991-1993) Landstuhl
Army Medical Center, Germany Collaborator. Richard Swengel ,M.D.,FACS

Transcranial Magnetic Motor Stimulation in Central Nervous System Disease (1g8g-igg4) principal
lnvestigator Bahman Jabbari, Walter Reed Army Medical Center

lntraoperative Corticography and Mapping During Epilepsy Surgery. (1993-1994) Principal lnvestigator
Bahman Jabbari, Walter Reed Army Medical Center

A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Parallel Group Study to Examine Safety, Efficacy and
Pharmacokinetics of a Loading lnfusion Regimen and Maintenance lnfusion Regimen of 6i96g9
[Mesylate] in the Treatment of Patients with Symptoms of acute stroke. A phas! ll Study. (1995-1996)
Site Coordinator, Wm Beaumont Army Medical Center

An lnternational, Multi-Center, Randomized, Double -Blind Placebo Controlled, Parallel Study over 3 Months
assessing the Safety, Efficacy and Pharmacoeconomics of an 800 mg Loading Dose and Five 200mg
Maintenance Doses of GV 150526 in the Treatment of Patients with a Clinicil Diagnosis of Acute
Stroke. (ProtocolYA 3002 FDA IND 50258) A. MariniWalter Reed Army Medical Center Site Coordinator