What is a Neurologist? What is a Behavioral Neurologist?
1985 – Present
Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA)
Corresponding Member in Neurology (2018 – Present)
Instructor in Neurology, Part-time (1985-2018)
1998 – Present
Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA
[teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School]
Certified in NEUROLOGY by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Former Professional Responsibilities
2011 – 2017
– President (2011-2012)
– Secretary (2012-2017)
1998 – 2006
Consultant in Neurology, Harvard University Health Service, Cambridge, MA
1998 – 2006
Consultant in Neurology, M.I.T. Medical Department/Health Services, Cambridge, MA
1990 – 1997
Course Tutor/Instructor, Human Nervous System and Behavior Course, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1986 – 1998
Private Practice of Neurology, Brookline, MA
1989 – 1990
Behavioral Neurologist, McLean Hospital — State Head Injury Program, Belmont, MA and Waltham, MA
1984 – 1986
Behavioral Neurologist, McLean Hospital — Bridgewater State Hospital Program, Belmont, MA and Bridgewater, MA
1979 – 1980
General Medical Practitioner in Samoa
Education and Training
1983 – 1985: Fellowship
Fellowship in Behavioral Neurology, Boston University Medical School and Boston Veterans Administration Medical Center, Boston, MA
1980 – 1983: Residency
Winter 1982: Residency
1978 – 1979: Internship
1974 – 1978: M.D. Degree
Autumn 1977: Externship
1970 – 1974: B.A. Degree
Recipient of the Mylonas Scholarship. Awarded by Washington University to four incoming freshmen who have an outstanding record, the scholarship covers tuition plus a stipend for all four undergraduate years.
Phi Beta Kappa
Magna cum laude
1972 – 1973: Abroad Program
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 2007
Cranberg LD, Glick TH, Sato L: Do the claims hold up? A study of medical negligence claims against neurologists. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 2007; 4(1): 155-162.
Glick TH, Cranberg LD, Hanscom RB, Sato L: Neurologic patient safety: an in-depth study of malpractice claims. Neurology 2005; 65:1284-1286.
Physicians for Human Rights 1993
Traver J, Cranberg L, Stover E, Forbes N: Cruel and Inhuman Treatment: The Use of Four-Point Restraints in the Onondaga County Public Safety Building, Syracuse, New York. Boston, Mass: Physicians for Human Rights; 1993.
Muscle and Nerve 1989
Guilford Press, 1988
Cranberg LD, Albert ML: The chess mind. In: Obler LK, Fein D, editors. The Exceptional Brain: Neuropsychology of Talent and Special Abilities. New York: Guilford Press, 1988: 156-190.
Cranberg LD, Filley CM, Hart EJ, Alexander MP: Acquired aphasia in childhood: clinical and CT investigations. Neurology 1987; 37:1165-1172.
Archives of Neurology 1987
Filley CM, Cranberg LD, Alexander MP, Hart EJ: Neurobehavioral outcome after closed head injury in childhood and adolescence. Archives of Neurology 1987; 44:194-198.
Cranberg L: Femoral neuropathy from iliac hematoma: report of a case. Neurology 1979; 29(7):1071-2.
Boston Society of Neurology and Psychiatry
President (2011 – 2012)
Secretary (2012 – 2017)
Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology
American Academy of Neurology
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San Francisco, CA 96120