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

W David Strayhorn

W David Strayhorn, MD, PhD
Neurology, with subspecialization in Epilepsy and Sleep Medicine

He is board-certified in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; board-certified in Epilepsy by the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology with Added Competency in Epilepsy Monitoring; and board certified in Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

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Dr. Strayhorn completed his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (cum laude) from Princeton University, New Jersey. He received his MD and PhD (Cell Biology) degrees from Vanderbilt School of Medicine, Nashville, TN. He obtained his Neurology training at Washington University in St. Louis, including internship, residency in Neurology, fellowship in Electroencephalography, Evoked Potentials, and Epilepsy, and fellowship in Sleep Medicine. Dr. Strayhorn continued to practice general Neurology by providing compassionate and state-of-the-art care at St John’s Mercy Hospital prior to moving to Frederick, Maryland in January 2012.

He is board-certified in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; board-certified in Epilepsy by the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology with Added Competency in Epilepsy Monitoring; and board certified in Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He has been awarded a letter of recognition from Barnes-Jewish Hospital Division of Emergency Medicine for exceptional clinical service.

Dr. Strayhorn specializes in Neurology, with sub specialization in Epilepsy and Sleep Medicine.

Fellow in Sleep Medicine (2009-10)
Dept of Neurology, Washington U in St Louis, St Louis, MO

Fellow in Electroencephalography, Evoked Potentials and Epilepsy (2008-9)
Dept of Neurology, Washington U in St Louis, St Louis, MO

Resident in Neurology (2005-8)
Dept of Neurology, Washington U in St Louis, St Louis, MO

Internship (2004-5)
Dept of Internal Medicine, Washington U in St Louis, St Louis, MO

MD (2004), PhD in Cell Biology (2001) Dissertation: Expression of Dub-1 and Dub-2 and Analysis of a Role for Deubiquitination in the Regulation of Nuclear Factor-kappa B (Mentor: Brian E Wadzinski, PhD) Vanderbilt U School of Medicine, Nashville, TN

BSE in Electrical Engineering (cum laude) (1993) Princeton U, Princeton, NJ
Montgomery Bell Academy (Valedictorian) (1989) Nashville, TN

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (2008) (Diplomate in Neurology)
American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology with Added Competency in Epilepsy Monitoring (2010)

Sleep Medicine (ABPN, expected: 11/2011)

Missouri, Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia License of Medicine

Letter of Recognition from Barnes-Jewish Hospital Division of Emergency Medicine for exceptional clinical service (2008)

Certificate for publication of one of the top 25 requested articles for the year 2002 in the Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics (2003)

Microbes and Defense Academic Society (1995)

Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society (1993)

National Merit Scholar (1989)

Eagle Scout (1989)

Valedictorian, Montgomery Bell Academy (1989)

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Undergraduate Academic Scholarship (1989)

Totomoi Honor Society (1988)

Tae Kwon Do, 2nd level red belt (1988)

Banquet of the Golden Plate recipient, San Francisco, CA (1988)

American Academy of Sleep Medicine (2009-present)
American Epilepsy Society (2008-present)
American Academy of Neurology (2002-present)

AASM Young Investigator Research Forum, Bethesda, MD (2010)

Residents Program in Epilepsy, J Kiffin Penry Epilepsy Minifellowship Programs (2007)

American Academy of Neurology travel grant to the 54th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado (2002)

Vanderbilt U Medical Scientist Training Program Training Grant (2000-2004)

Vanderbilt U Cancer Center Training Grant (1996-2000)

Institute for Humane Studies travel grant to the summer seminar, The First Amendment and Beyond, July 20 – 26, 1996, Babson College, Babson, MA (1996)

American Heart Association Fellowship under the direction of Lawrence D Kerr, PhD, Vanderbilt U Dept of Microbiology and Immunology (1995-6)

“Isolation of bcl-3 from a Murine cDNA library” under the direction of Lawrence D Kerr, PhD, Vanderbilt U Dept of Microbiology and Immunology (1994)

“The Effects of Chronic Electrical Stimulation on Posterior Cricoarytenoid Muscle Physiology, Biochemistry, and Reinnervation” under the direction of David Zealear, PhD, Vanderbilt U Dept of Otolaryngology (1994)

Charles G Koch Charitable Foundation Fellowship Award, National Health Care Policy Analyst, Washington, DC (1993)

“Measurement of Perfusion and Diffusion Coefficients using MRI” under the direction of David R Pickens, PhD, Vanderbilt U Dept of Radiology and Radiological Sciences (1992)

“Development of a Neural Network for the Control of a Robotic Arm Capable of Learning” under the direction of Michael Littman, PhD, Princeton U Dept of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (1992)

Tennessee Governor’s School for Math and Science, U of Tennessee, Knoxville (1988)