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Jessica L. Zwerling, M.D.

Dr. Jessica L. Zwerling

Assistant Professor, The Saul R. Korey Department of Neurology

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics (Neurology)


Professional Interests

Dr. Jessica Leigh Zwerling is the Director of Clinical Neurology at the Einstein Aging Study, as well as the Director of the Memory Disorders Center at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. She has focused her area of interest in cognition and gait disorders. Under the auspices of the Reynolds Foundation grant, she has taught the medical residents and internists with regards to neurological issues in the elderly . She was the recipient of the Resnick Gerontology Center Grant for her work in the "Neuropathy in the Elderly". She was the recipient of the American Academy of Electrodiagnostic Medicine Foundation  for Research Recognition award in 2012. She has been an invited reviewer  and is an Einstein designated CCME reviewer.

Her training includes:

B.S. with Special Certification in Gerontology: Cornell University

M.S.: Natural Science, University at Buffalo Medical School /Roswell Park Cancer Institute

M.D. with Thesis Honors and Research Honors: University at Buffalo Medical School

Internship: Albert Einstein/Beth Israel Medical Center

Residency/Chief Residency: Albert Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center

Fellowship: Neuromuscular disease/Neurophysiology:

Fellowship: Geriatric Neurology (3 years) Albert Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center; NIH recipient of T32

Board Certification: American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry (Neurology)

American Academy of Neurology: Neuromuscular Board Certified.


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