Dr. Martin Stransky

Stransky MARTIN JAN STRANSKY, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Education: 1986-89 Resident and Chief resident, Dept. of Neurology,
Albany Medical Center, Albany, N.Y.

1986-88 Intern and Resident, Dept. of Medicine,
Coney Island Hospital (SUNY), Brooklyn, N.Y.

1985 Neurological elective, Guy´s Hosp. and
The National Neurological Institute, London.

1983 Doctor of Medicine,
St. George´s University School of Medicine, Grenada, W.I.

1978 Bachelor of Arts in Art History, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.

Certifications,
Memberships: Board Certification in Neurology,
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Board Certification, American Board of Internal Medicine.

Fellow, American College of Physicians.

Member, American Academy of Neurology.

Member, Czech Medical Doctor´s Union.

Current Medical Activities, USA: Assistant Clinical Professor, Dept. of Neurology,
Yale University School of Medicine.

Attending Physician, Yale University and affiliated hospitals.

Founder and Director, American Czech and Slovak Neuroscience Association.

Director, Yale University-Charles University Neurology Exchange Program.

Current medical Ad-hoc advisor in medicine to the Ministry of Health activities and numerous organizations, Czech Republic.

Physician for immigration visas and panel physician, Embassy of the United States, Czech Republic; panel physician, Embassy of Great Britain, Czech Republic.

Lecturer in Neurology, Charles University, School of Medicine, Prague.

Director, Neuroscience Selective Program, Visiting Professor in Physical Diagnosis and Neuroscience, St. George´s University School of Medicine, Grenada, W.I.

Member, Board of Directors, Hospital pod Petrínem, Prague.

Honorary Member, Board of Directors, Children´s Brain Foundation, Prague.

Member, Editorial Board, Klimacterická Medicína, Czech Republic.

Founder and Director, Polyclinic at Národní, Prague – 25 multi-specialty physicians; Founder and Director, Private Neurological Associates, Prague – 5 physicians.

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