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    CURRICULUM VITAE Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. CURRICULUM VITAE Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. Document Transcript

    • CURRICULUM VITAE Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.R.K. Thompson Professor and Chairman, Department of NeurosurgeryUniversity of Maryland School of Medicine and Medical Systems22 South Greene Street, Room S12D10ABaltimore, Maryland 21201(410) 328-3514 / FAX (410) 328-0756Citizenship: U.S.EDUCATION1956 - 1960 B.A., Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York1960 - 1964 M.D., State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, New York, New YorkINTERNSHIP, RESIDENCY AND FELLOWSHIP1964 - 1966 Intern, Resident and Assistant Surgeon, General Surgery, New York Hospital, New York, New York1965 - 1966 Fellow in Surgery, Cornell University, New York, New York1966 - 1970 Resident, Neurological Surgery, Childrens Hospital Medical Center and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts1967 - 1968 Fellow in Neurology, National Hospital for Nervous Disease, Queen Square, London, England. (6 months)1969 - 1970 Clinical Fellow in Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MassachusettsBOARD CERTIFICATION1973 Diplomate, American Board of Neurological SurgeryLICENSURE Maryland Texas12/14/06 Page 1 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 2Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. Massachusetts New YorkMILITARY SERVICE1970 - 1972 LCDR USNR Active Duty, Neurosurgeon Chief of Department of Neurosurgery, Naval Hospital, St. Albans, New York (1971-72).FACULTY POSITIONS1972 - 1975 Instructor of Surgery (Neurosurgery), Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts; Junior Associate, Neurosurgery, Peter Bent Brigham and Childrens Hospital Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts1973 - 1975 Consultant in Neurosurgery: Boston Hospital for Women; Robert Breck Brigham Hospital; Veterans Administration Hospital; Pondville Hospital; Massachusetts Hospital School, Massachusetts1975 - 1977 Assistant Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery) and Pediatrics, Attending Neurosurgeon and Head of Pediatric Neurosurgery, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas; Consultant in Neurosurgery, Mainland Center Hospital, Texas City, Texas, St. Marys Hospital, Galveston, Texas1977 - 1981 Associate Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery) and Pediatrics, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas1980 - 1992 Chief of Neurological Surgery, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas1981 - 1992 Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery) and Pediatrics, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas1992 - 1996 Professor and Head, Division of Neurological Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Medical Systems, Baltimore, Maryland1993 -1997 Director of Medical Services and Program in Trauma, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Medical Systems, Baltimore, Maryland12/14/06 Page 2 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 3Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1995 - 1997 Director, Program in Trauma, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Medical Systems, Baltimore, Maryland1996 – 07/2000 Professor and Chair, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Medical Systems, Baltimore, Maryland07/2000 - Present R. K. Thompson Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine and Medical Systems, Baltimore, MarylandMAJOR CONSULTANT AND COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP ACTIVITIESNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH REVIEW GROUPS1983 - 1987 Member, Neurology Study Section A1987 - 1991 Chairman, Neurology Study Section AAMERICAN BOARD OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGEONSChairman, Board of Directors (1995-96)Secretary-Treasurer (1992-95)Ex-officio member, Residency Review Committee for Neurosurgery (1990-1996)Representative, American Board of Medical Specialties (1990-1996)ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION1996 - 2002 Member Residency Review Committee for Neurosurgery2001 – 2002 Vice Chair Residency Review Committee for Neurosurgery2004 – 2009 Member Appeals Panel NeurosurgeryEDITORIAL BOARDS1997 - 1999 Co-Chairman, Editorial Board, Journal of Neurosurgery1989 - 1999 Editorial Board, Journal of Neurosurgery1990-Present Editorial Board, Critical Reviews in Neurosurgery1985-Present Editorial Board, Brain Injury, College Hill Press, San Diego, Taylor & Francis Ltd., London (International).1985-Present Consulting Editor, Brain Injury and Recovery (Serial), The Guilford Press, New York.1988-Present Editorial Board, Journal of Neurotrauma, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.12/14/06 Page 3 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 4Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1984 - 1988 Editorial Board, Journal of Central Nervous System Trauma, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.SOCIETY OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGEONS1989 - 1990 Chairman, Program Committee1990 - 1993 Executive Council Member at Large1991 - 1993 Chairman, Long Range Planning Committee1993 - Present Chairman, Grass Award Selection Committee1998 - 1999 Vice President1999 - 2000 President-Elect2000 – 2001 President2001 - 2003 Member Executive Council2002 - Present Representative to AANS/CNS Washington CommitteeAMERICAN ACADEMY OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY1999 - 2000 Chairman, Program Committee1999 - 2000 Vice PresidentAMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGEONS/CONGRESS OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGEONS1986 - 1990 Secretary-Treasurer, Joint Section on Trauma1990 - 1993 Chairman, Research and Basic Science Sub-Committee1990 - Present Ad Hoc Scientific Advisory Committee, AANS "Decade of the Brain."1991 - 1994 Member, Van Wagenen Fellowship Committee1994 - 1995 Chairman, Van Wagenen Fellowship Committee1995 - 1997 CNS Nominating Committee2000 – 2003 AANS Nominating CommitteeAMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS1990 - 1993 Member, Advisory Council for Neurological Surgery1991 - Present Member, Committee on Trauma1993 - 1997 Chairman, Advisory Council for Neurological Surgery1997 Member, Nominating Committee of the Fellows (Officers and Governors of the Fellows)2000 Member, Committee on Surgical Education in Medical SchoolsRESEARCH COMMITTEES12/14/06 Page 4 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 5Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1980 - Present Steering Committee, National Spinal Cord Injury Study1982 - 1989 Chairman, Steering Committee, National Coma Data Bank1995 - 1997 Chairman, Tirilazad SAH Safety and Monitoring Committee1997 Member, Brain Injury Research Fund Blue Ribbon Panel of the Brain Injury Association08/2000 Council of Healthcare Advisors, Gerson Lehrman Group2001 – Present New York State Spinal Cord Injury Research Bd Scientific AdvisoryCommittee05/2001 - Member of the Maryland State Spinal Cord Injury Research BoardMEDICAL SCHOOL ACTIVITIESUNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH, GALVESTON, TEXAS Intern Advisory Committee Neuroscience Course Committee Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee Curriculum Committee Chairman Search Committee for Chairman, Department of Anatomy Chairman, Search Committee for Chairman, Department of Pathology Search Committee for Chairman, Department of Psychiatry Search Committee for Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology Department of Surgery Executive Committee Ad Hoc Departmental External Review Committee, Department of SurgeryUNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL SYSTEMS,BALTIMORE, MARYLAND School of Medicine Executive Committee Medical Executive Committee (UMMS) Council of Clinical Chiefs Finance Committee (UMMS) Strategic Planning Steering Committee (past) Neuroscience Program Development Committee (past) Department of Surgery Executive Committee (past) Chairman, Shock Trauma Medical Executive Committee (past) Shock Trauma Senior Leadership Group (past) Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee (to the Dean) Financial Committee, University Physicians Inc. (Practice Plans)12/14/06 Page 5 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 6Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:American Academy of Neurological Surgery (Vice President)American Association for the Advancement of ScienceAmerican Association of Neurological SurgeonsAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons, Section on Tumors, Section on Trauma (Sec.-Treasurer),Section on Pediatric Neurosurgery, Section on Basic Science (Chairman 1988-1989)American Board of Neurological Surgery (Member, Board of Directors (sec-treas-chair), 1990-1996)American College of Surgeons (Chair, Advisory Council for Neurological Surgery)American Epilepsy SocietyAmerican Medical AssociationAmerican Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (Founding member)American Surgical AssociationBaltimore City Medical SocietyCongress of Neurological SurgeonsEpilepsy Foundation of AmericaGalveston County Medical SocietyInternational Society for Pediatric NeurosurgeryMaryland Neurosurgical SocietyMassachusetts Medical SocietyMedical and Chirurgical Faculty of MarylandNew England Neurosurgical SocietyNew York Academy of SciencesNorth American Skull Base SocietyResearch Society of Neurological SurgeonsRocky Mountain Neurosurgical SocietySigma Xi, The Scientific Research SocietySociety for NeuroscienceSociety of Neurological Surgeons (Vice President 1999, President 2000)Southern Neurosurgical SocietyTexas Neurosurgical AssociationHONORS AND AWARDS1990 Wakeman Award, Duke University1990 Honored Guest, Japanese Society of Neurotraumatology1991 Lecture and Trauma Award (First), American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Trauma, Joint Section on Trauma1994 William Fields Caveness Award, National Head Injury Foundation, Inc.2002 Wagner Visiting Professor, Medical College of New Jersey2002 Marshall Visiting Professor, University of Toronto12/14/06 Page 6 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 7Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.2003 Matson Visiting Professor, Harvard University2005 19th Annual Eldridge Campbell Lecture, Albany Medical CollegeTEACHING ACTIVITIES1980 – 1992 Residency (Neurosurgery) Program Director, University of Texas Medical Branch1992 – Present Residency Program Director, University Maryland School of Medicine1996- 1997 Neurosurgery faculty consultant on doctoral dissertation of Clair Johnson, University of Maryland Baltimore County doctoral candidate: "A cognitive-linguistic approach to psychopathology in seizure disorders."1996 - 1997 Member, doctoral dissertation committee of Joshua Lieberman, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health doctoral candidate: "Association between apoliproprotein E4 and neuropsychologic recovery following traumatic brain injury."CONSULTANT1995 – 1997 UpJohn, Kalamazoo Michigan2004 – Present BioAxone Therapeutique Line, Montreal Quebec2005 – Present Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Allschwil SwitzerlandGRANT SUPPORTCURRENT:2003 – 2007 Principal Investigator: Traumatic Brain Injury Clinical Trial Network. U01 HD42736 (NIH) $1,650,000.PAST:1972 - 1974 NIH-NINCDS Special Fellowship.1975 - 1981 Co-Investigator: Center for the study of nervous system injury. DHEW NS 07377 (NIH). Program Project Grant.1978 - 1982 Principal Investigator: A longitudinal study of infantile hydrocephalus. The National Foundation-March of Dimes #6-173.1979 - 1986 Principal Investigator: Comprehensive central nervous system trauma center. DHHS NS 9-2314 NINCDS ($484,838).12/14/06 Page 7 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 8Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1980 - 1982 Principal Investigator: National traumatic coma data bank network-pilot phase. DHHS NS 9-2308 NINCDS.1981 - 1985 Principal Investigator: Center for the study of nervous system injury. DHHS 5P01 NS 07377. NIH ($661,295).1981 - 1986 Principal Investigator: Measurement of cerebral blood flow and evoked responses in brain injury. Moody Foundation #80-233. $300,000.1983 - 1989 Principal Investigator: National traumatic coma data bank network-Main Phase. NINCDS DHHS NS 3-2339. NIH. ($1,056,571).1984 Principal Investigator (at site): National acute spinal injury study. NIH NS 15078 (Yale University). ($127,093).1984 - 1986 Co-Investigator: Workshop on neurobehavioral recovery from head injury". DHHS 1R13 NS 21633. ($26,121).1984 - 1987 Co-Investigator: Reorganization of brain function in recovery from aphasia. Dept. of Education #G008435031 (Peer review DOE). ($177,258).1984 - 1988 Co-Investigator: Magnetic resonance imaging after severe head injury: Relationship to outcome of rehabilitation. Moody Foundation #84-152 & #84-152A. ($91,668).1984 - 1991 Co-Investigator: Neurobehavioral outcome of head injury in children. NINCDS/NANCDS NS 21889-02 ($807,822).1984 - 1986 Principal Investigator: A study of animal models of brain injury using 2-deoxyglucose autoradiography. Moody Foundation #84-99C. ($56,700).1984 - 1987 Principal Investigator: A study of animal models of brain injury using 2-deoxyglucose autoradiography. Moody Foundation #84-99A. ($109,814).1985 Hall Foundation: To purchase high field strength animal magnetic resonance spectroscopy facility in the Neurosurgery laboratory. ($885,000).1985 Co-Investigator: Magnetoencephalographic study of reorganization of brain function in recovery from aphasia in head injury patients. Mobility Foundation. ($231,535).12/14/06 Page 8 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 9Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1985 - 1986 Principal Investigator: Effects of pharmacological and biological agents on motor recovery following central nervous system injury. Moody Foundation #84-99B (Subcontract to Massachusetts Gen. Hosp. - L. Borges, PI). ($72,100).1985 - 1991 Principal Investigator (at site): Randomized study: Dose Escalation Study of U-74,006F in moderate and severe head injured patients. The University of Virginia. ($144,300).1986 Co-Investigator: The effects of CDP-choline on the neurobehavioral sequelae of mild and moderate closed head injury. Ferrer International, S.A. ($79,342).1986 - 1989 Co-Investigator: Neural regulation of thirst. DHHS 1RO1 NS 23055-O1A1 (NIH). ($189,708).1986 - 1988 Principal Investigator: Studies of animal models of brain injury: Neuronal transplantation and hyperbaric oxygen. Moody Foundation #86-138. ($29,900).1986 - 1988 Principal Investigator: Calcium currents in cerebrovascular cells: Relationship to treatment in brain injury. Moody Foundation #86-139. ($29,409).1986 - 1989 Principal Investigator: Investigations into factor determining regional cerebral blood flow in coma: Level of consciousness, level of stimulation, cerebral blood volume. Moody Foundation #86-140. ($53,300).1987 Principal Investigator (with Andrew C. Papanicolaou, Ph.D.): Magnetoencephalography laboratory at transitional learning community. Moody Foundation #87-45. ($1,186,709).1987 - 1990 Principal Investigator: Development of medical adjunctive treatment for acute penetrating head injury. Dept. of Defense, U.S. Army. ($282,841).1988 Co-Investigator: Behavioral imaging project. Biologic Systems Corp. ($13,000).1988 - 1991 Co-Investigator: Randomized study of nicardipine in subarachnoid hemorrhage. USPHS-NS24806 (subcontract) (NIH). (Funded on per patient basis).1989 Co-Investigator: Superparamagnetic iron oxides as T2 relaxation enhancers for magnetic resonance imaging. Advanced Magnetics, Inc. ($20,000).1989 Co-Investigator: Assessment of mechanisms of glutamate antagonists in focal MCA occlusion in rats using MRI and 31P-spectroscopy. Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. ($27,763).12/14/06 Page 9 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 10Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1989 - 1991 Co-Investigator: Comparative studies of behavioral and cerebral functional activity following nigral and adrenal medulla transplants and dopamine infusions in an animal model of Parkinsonism. Moody Foundation #88-64. ($167,060).1989 - 1992 Co-Investigator: Neural regulation of thirst. (NIH) ($579,478).1990 - 1992 Principal Investigator (UTMB) (Solomon H. Snyder, M.D., Johns Hopkins University Principal Investigator): The study of a new neuronal cell line for transplantation. The Moody Foundation. ($544,869).1991 - 1992 Co-Investigator: Randomized study: Dose Escalation Study of U-74,006F in moderate and severe head injured patients. The University of Virginia. ($144,300).1993 - 1994 Co-Investigator: A multicenter open label and randomized pilot trial of safety of OPC- 14117 in moderate head injury; #67-92-201. Otsuka. ($267,889).1993 - 1994 Co-Investigator: A placebo controlled trial to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and potential efficacy of initiating intravenous administration of CGS-19755 to serious head trauma patients prior to surgery; #05/3). Ciba-Geigy. ($105,000).1993 - 1994 Co-Investigator: Tirilazad mesylate (U-74, 006F) in subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH); #P-2700-0029). Upjohn. ($164,700).1993 - 1995 Co-Investigator: Head Injury Tirilazad Trial (HITT): A multi-center efficacy study of Tirilazad Mesylate (U-74, 006F) in patients with moderate and severe head injuries; #P- 2700-0017. Upjohn. ($252,665).1993 - 1995 Co- Investigator: Neurobehavioral outcome of head injury in children; #2R01 NS 21889- 10. NIH/NINDS. ($795,030).1993 - 1996 Co-Investigator: Tirilazad Mesylate (U-74, 006F) & Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate (MPSS) in acute spinal cord injury; #P-2700-0028. Upjohn. ($185,370).1993 - 1996 Principal Investigator 9/30/95 - 9/30/96, Co-Principal Investigator 4/15/93-9/29/95: Neurobehavioral effects of traumatic brain injury in older adults; NIDRR/Emory University subcontract, field-initiated research grant H1333G30051. ($374,934).1994-1995 Co- Investigator: Efficacy and Safety of Multiple Intravenous Bolus Injections of 5 mg/kg of CGS-19750 with Placebo Intubated Severe Closed Traumatic Brain Injured patients, Phase III. Ciba-Geigy ($153,288).12/14/06 Page 10 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 11Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.1996 - 1997 Co-Principal Investigator: Prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter study to determine safety and efficacy of intravenously administered SDZ EAA 494 in hospitalized patients with severe traumatic brain injury; #EAA C351-E-00. Sandoz Pharmaceutical Corporation. ($75,000).1992 - 1998 Co-Investigator: Randomized, stratified, double-blind, multi-center study of Sygen (GM1) versus placebo in treatment of acute spinal cord injury; #G1291-05. Fidia Pharmaceutical Corp. ($418,450).1998 - 2000 Co-Investigator: Double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a single intravenous dose of CP-101,606 in subjects with severe head injury; #161-105. Pfizer Inc.PUBLICATIONSARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS1. Eisenberg, H.M.; Barlow, C.F.; Lorenzo, A.V. Effect of dexamethasone on altered brain permeability. Arch. Neurol. 23:18-22; 1970.2. Eisenberg, H.M.; Davidson, R.; Shillito, J. Lumbar peritoneal shunts: A review of 34 cases. J. Neurosurg. 35:427-431; 1971.3. Strand, R.; Eisenberg, H.M. Anterior sacral meningocele in association with Marfans syndrome. Radiology 99:653-654; 1971.4. Habal, M.C.; McComb, J.G.; Shillito, J.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Murray, J.E. Combined cervical posterior-anterior approach to the spinal foramen tumors. J. Neurosurg. 37:113-116; 1972.5. Eisenberg, H.M.; McComb, J.G.; Lorenzo, A.V. Cerebrospinal fluid overproduction and hydrocephalus associated with choroid plexus papilloma. J. Neurosurg. 40:381-385; 1974.6. Eisenberg, H.M.; McLennan, J.E.; Welch, K. Ventriculospinal perfusion in cats with kaolin-induced hydrocephalus. J. Neurosurg. 41:20-28; 1974.7. Eisenberg, H.M.; McLennan, J.E.; Welch, K.; Treves, S. Radioisotope ventriculography in cats with kaolin-induced hydrocephalus. Radiology 110:399-402; 1974.8. Lorenzo, A.V.; Hedley-Whyte, E.T.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Hsu, D.W. Increased penetration of horseradish peroxidase across the blood-brain barrier induced by metrazol seizures. Brain Res. 88:136-140; 1974.12/14/06 Page 11 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 12Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.9. Hirose, G.; Lombroso, C.T.; Eisenberg, H.M. Thalamic tumors in childhood: Clinical, laboratory and therapeutic considerations. Arch. Neurol. 32:740-744; 1975.10. McComb, J.G.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Strand, R.D. Positional third ventricular deformity. Neuroradiology 8:249-252; 1975.11. Eisenberg, H.M.; Sarwar, M.; Schochet, Jr., S. Symptomatic Rathkes cleft cyst. Case report. J. Neurosurg. 45:585-588; 1976.12. Eisenberg, H.M.; Welch, K. Alteration of sodium conductance of feline choroid plexus: Effect of 2,4,6-triaminopyrimidine and tetrodotoxin. Brain Res. 107:645-649; 1976.13. Eisenberg, H.M.; Suddith, R.L. Biochemical properties of brain capillaries. Surg. Forum 28:470-471; 1977.14. Kelly, P.J.; Gorten, R.J.; Grossman, R.G.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cerebral perfusion, vascular spasm, and outcome in patients with ruptured intracranial aneurysms. J. Neurosurg. 47:44-49; 1977.15. Eisenberg, H.M.; Sarwar, M. Ventriculographic features of ascending transtentorial herniation. Acta Neurochirurgica 42:225-228; 1978.16. Eisenberg, H.M.; Suddith, R.L. Cerebral vessels have the capacity to transport sodium and potassium. Science 206:1083-1085; 1979.17. Eisenberg, H.M.; Turner, J.W.; Teasdale, G.; Rowan, J.; Feinstein, R.; Grossman, R.G. Monitoring of cortical excitability during induced hypotension in aneurysm operations. J. Neurosurg. 50:595-602; 1979.18. Kelly, P.J.; Gorten, R.J.; Rose, J.E.; Grossman, R.G.; Eisenberg, H.M. Radionuclide cerebral angiography and the timing of aneurysm surgery. Neurosurgery 5(2):202-207; 1979.19. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Neuropsychological impairment after closed head injury in children and adolescents. J. Pediatr. Psychol. 4:389-402; 1979.20. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Neuropsychological outcome of closed head injury in children and adolescents. Childs Brain 5:281-292; 1979.21. Matusik, M.C.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Meyer, III, W.J. Gelastic (laughing) seizures and precocious puberty. Am. J. Dis. Child 135:837-838; 1981.12/14/06 Page 12 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 13Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.22. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Wigg, N.R.; Kobayashi, K. Memory and intellectual ability after head injury in children and adolescents. Neurosurgery 11(5): 668-673; 1982.23. Thompson, M.G.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Levin, H.S. Hydrocephalic infants: Developmental assessment and computed tomography. Childs Brain 9:400-410; 1982.24. Levin, H.S.; Madison, C.F.; Dumanoir, C.B.; Meyers, C.A.; Eisenberg, H.M. Mutism after closed head injury. Arch. Neurol. 40:601-606; 1983.25. Marshall, L.F.; Becker, D.P.; Bowers, S.A.; Cayard, C.; Eisenberg, H.M.; et al. The National Traumatic Coma Data Bank. Part 1: Design, purpose, goals, and results. J. Neurosurg. 59:276-284; 1983.26. Meyers, C.A.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Early vs late lateral ventricular enlargement following closed head injury. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 46:1092-1097; 1983.27. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Levy, R.S. Evoked potential correlates of left hemisphere dominance in covert articulation: An auditory probe paradigm. Intern. J. Neurosci. 20:289-294; 1983.28. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Moore, B.D. Evoked potential indices of selective hemispheric engagement in affective and phonetic tasks. Neuropsychologia 21:401-405; 1983.29. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Schmidt, A.L.; Moore, B.D.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cerebral activation patterns in an arithmetic and visuospatial processing task. Intern. J. Neurosci. 20:283-288; 1983.30. Bracken, M.B.; Collins, W.F.; Freeman, D.F.; Shepard, M.F.; Ransohoff, J.; Hunt, W.E.; Perot, P.L.; Grossman, R.G.; Green, B.A.; Eisenberg, H.M.; et al. Efficacy of methylprednisolone in acute spinal cord injury: A multicenter randomized trial. JAMA 251(1):45-68; 1984.31. Loring, D.W.; Levin, H.S.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Larrabee, G.J.; Eisenberg, H.M. Auditory evoked potentials in senescent forgetfulness. Intern. J. Neurosci. 23:133-141; 1984.32. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Evoked potential correlates of recovery from aphasia after focal left hemisphere injury in adults. Neurosurgery 14:412-415; 1984.33. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Moore, B.D.; Goethe, K.E.; High, W.M. Evoked potential correlates of post-traumatic amnesia after closed head injury. Neurosurgery 14:676-678; 1984.12/14/06 Page 13 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 14Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.34. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Age-related differences in recovery cycle of auditory evoked potentials. Neurobiol. Aging 5:291-295; 1984.35. Bracken, M.B.; Shepard, M.J.; Hellenbrand, K.G.; Collins, W.F.; Leo, L.S.; Freeman, D.G.; Wagner, F.W.; Flamm, E.; Eisenberg, H.M.; et al. Methylprednisolone and neurologic function one year after injury: Results of the National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study. J. Neurosurg. 63:704-713; 1985.36. Hutchison, H.T.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Haber, B. High-affinity transport of glutamate in rat brain microvessels. Exp. Neurol. 87:260-269; 1985.37. Levin, H.S.; Handel, S.F.; Goldman, A.M.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Guinto, Jr., F.C. Magnetic resonance imaging after "diffuse" nonmissile head injury: A neurobehavioral study. Arch. Neurol. 42:963-968; 1985.38. Levin, H.S.; High, W.M.; Eisenberg, H.M. Impairment of olfactory recognition after closed head injury. Brain 108:579-591; 1985.39. Levin, H.S.; High, W.M.; Meyers, C.A.; Von Laufen, A.; Hayden, M.E.; Eisenberg, H.M. Impairment of remote memory after closed head injury. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 48:556-563; 1985.40. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Evoked potential attenuation in the two-tone paradigm. Intern. J. Psychophysiol. 3:23-28; 1985.41. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Probe-evoked potential correlates of hemispheric asymmetries during a speech shadowing task. Intern. J. Neurosci. 28:83-89; 1985.42. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Stimulus offset P3 and temporal resolution of uncertainty. Intern. J. Psychophysiol. 3:29-31; 1985.43. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Temporal pattern effects on auditory evoked potentials. Intern J. Neurosci. 26:53-57; 1985.44. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Raz, N.; Eisenberg, H.M. Relationship between stimulus intensity and the P-300. Psychophysiol. 22:326-329; 1985.45. Weiner, R.L.; Eisenberg, H.M. Radiographic evaluation of head injury: Key concepts. Trauma Quarterly 2:26-39; 1985.12/14/06 Page 14 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 15Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.46. Deutsch, G.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Loring, D.W.; Levin, H.S. CBF gradient changes elicited by visual stimulation and visual memory tasks. Neuropsychologia 24:283-287; 1986.47. Levin, H.S.; Peters, B.H.; Kalisky, Z.; High, W.M., Jr.; Von Laufen, A.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Morrison, D.P.; Gary, Jr., H.E. Effects of oral physostigmine and lecithin on memory and attention in closed head injured patients. Central Nervous System Trauma 3(4):333-342; 1986.48. Loring, D.W.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Meador, K.J.; Eisenberg, H.M. Second prior stimulus interval effects on auditory evoked potentials. Intern. J. Psychophysiol. 4:197-201; 1986.49. Nauta, H.J.W.; Briner, R.P.; Eisenberg, H.M. CT guided stereotactic brain biopsy in the pediatric patient. Pediatr. Neurosci. 12:63-67; 1986.50. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Deutsch, G.; Eisenberg, H.M. Task-related EEG asymmetries: A comparison of alpha blocking and beta enhancement. Intern. J. Neurosci. 30:81-85; 1986.51. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Raz, N.; Contreras, F.L. Auditory brain stem evoked responses in comatose head injured patients. Neurosurgery 18:173-175; 1986.52. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Raz, N.; Loring, D.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Brainstem evoked response suppression during speech production. Brain Lang. 27:50-55; 1986.53. Deutsch, G.; Eisenberg, H.M. Frontal blood flow changes in recovery from coma. J. CBF Metabol. 7:29-34; 1987.54. Deutsch, G.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Bourbon, T.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cerebral blood flow evidence of right frontal activation in attention demanding tasks. Int. J. Neurosci. 36:23-28; 1987.55. Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Fletcher, J.M. Language functions following closed head injury in children and adolescents. J. Clin. Exp. Neuropsychol. 9:575-592; 1987.56. Kadekaro, M.; Vance, W.H.; Terrell, M.L.; Gary, Jr., H.E.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Sokoloff, L. Effects of antidromic stimulation of the ventral root on glucose utilization in the ventral horn of the spinal cord in the rat. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 84:5492-5495; 1987.57. Levin, H.S.; Amparo, E.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Williams, D.H.; High, Jr., W.M.; McArdle, C.B.; Weiner, R.L. Magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography in relation to the neurobehavioral sequelae of mild and moderate head injuries. J. Neurosurg. 66:706-713; 1987.12/14/06 Page 15 of 41
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    • CURRICULUM VITAE 18Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.79. Bradley, R.H.; Kent, T.A.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Quast, M.E.; Ward, G.A.; Campbell, G.A.; Hillman, G. Middle cerebral artery occlusion in the rat studied by magnetic resonance imaging using a superparamagnetic contrast agent, AMI-25. Stroke 20:1032-1036; 1989.80. Kadekaro, M.; Creel, M.; Terrell, M.L.; Lekan, H.; Gary, H.E., Jr.; Eisenberg, H.M. Effects of sinoaortic denervation on glucose utilization in the subfornical organ and pituitary neural lobe during administration of angiotensin II. Peptides 10:103-108; 1989.81. Kadekaro, M.; Cohen, S.; Terrell, M.L.; Lekan, H.; Gary, H., Jr.; Eisenberg, H.M. Independent activation of subfornical organ and hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system during administration of angiotensin II. Peptides 10:423-429; 1989.82. Kent, T.A.; Quast, M.J.; Kaplan, B.J.; Najafi, A.; Amparo, E.G.; Gevedon, R.M.; Salinas, F.; Suttle, A.D.; DiPette, D.J.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cerebral blood volume in a rat model of ischemia by MR at 4.7 T. Am. J. Neurol. Res. 10:335-338; 1989.83. Klauber, M.R.; Marshall, L.F.; Luerssen, T.G.; Frankowski, R.; Tabaddor, K.; Eisenberg, H.M. Determinants of head injury mortality: Importance of the low risk patient. Neurosurgery 24:31-36; 1989.84. Levin, H.S.; Amparo, E.G.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Miner, M.E.; High, W.M. Jr.; Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Fletcher, J.M.; Guinto, F.C. Jr. Magnetic resonance imaging after closed head injury in children. Neurosurgery 24:223-227; 1989.85. Levin, H.S.; Gary, Jr., H.E.; Eisenberg, H.M.; NIH Traumatic Coma Data Bank Research Group. Duration of impaired consciousness in relation to lateralization of intracerebral lesion after severe head injury. Lancet 1:1001-1003; 1989.86. Levin, H.S.; High, W.M. Jr.; Williams, D.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Amparo, E.G.; Guinto, F.C. Jr.; Ewert, J. Dichotic listening and manual performance in relation to magnetic resonance imaging after closed head injury. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiatry 52:1162-1169; 1989.87. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M. Pitfalls in the acute emergency evaluation of head injured patients. Top. Emerg. Med. 11:52-63; 1990.88. Aldrich, E.F.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Management and outcome of head injuries. Current Opinion in Neurology and Neurosurgery 3:10-17; 1990.89. Bracken, M.B; Shepard, M.J.; Collins, W.F.; Holford, T.R.; Young, W.; Baskin, D.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Flamm, E.; Leo-Summers, L.; Maroon, J.; Marshall, L.F.; Perot, Jr., P.L.; Peipmeier, J.; Sonntag, V.K.H.; Wagner, F.C.; Wilberger, J.E.; Winn, H.R. A randomized, controlled trial of12/14/06 Page 18 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 19Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. methylprednisolone or naloxone in the treatment of acute spinal-cord injury: Results of the second national acute spinal cord injury study. New Engl. J. Med. 322:1405-1411; 1990.90. Fletcher, J.M.; Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Miner, M.E.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Behavioral changes after closed head injury in children. J. Consult. Clin. Psychol. 58:93-98; 1990.91. Kadekaro, M.; Nermo-Lindquist, E.; Terrell, M.L.; Kelly, S.M.; Freeman, S.; Gross, P.M.; Eisenberg, H.M. Desmopressin, but not vasopressin, decreases activity of the hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system in Brattleboro rats. Regulatory Peptides 28:153-159; 1990.92. Kent, T.A.; Quast, M.J.; Kaplan, B.J.; Lifsey, R.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Assessment of a superparamagnetic iron oxide (AMI-25) as a brain contrast agent. Magn. Reson. Med. 13:434-443; 1990.93. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Baumann, S.; Rogers, R.; Saydjari, C.; Amparo, E.G. Localization of auditory response sources using MEG and MRI. Arch. Neurol. 47:33-37; 1990.94. Rogers, R.L.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Baumann, S.B.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Saydjari, C. Spatially distributed cortical excitation patterns of auditory processing during contralateral and ipsilateral stimulation. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 2:44-50; 1990.95. Rogers, R.L.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Baumann, S.B.; Saydjari, C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Neuromagnetic evidence of a dynamic pattern generating the N100 auditory response. Electroencephalogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. 77:237-240; 1990.96. Papanicolaou, A.C.; Rogers, R.L.; Baumann, S.B.; Saydjari, C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Source localization of two evoked magnetic field components using two alternative procedures. Exp. Brain Res. 80:44-48; 1990.97. Levin, H.S.; Williams, D.H.; Valastro, M.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Crofford, M.J.; Handel, S.F. Corpus callosum atrophy following closed head injury: Detection with magnetic resonance imaging. J. Neurosurg. 73:77-81; 1990.98. Ruff, R.M.; Marshall, L.F.; Klauber, M.R.; Blunt, B.A.; Grant, I.; Foulkes, M.A.; Eisenberg, H.; Jane, J.; Marmarou, A. Alcohol abuse and neurological outcome of the severely head injured. J. Head Trauma Rehabil. 5:21-31; 1990.99. Kadekaro, M.; Summy-Long, J.Y.; Terrell, M.L.; Lekan, H.; Gary, H.E., Jr.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cerebral metabolic and hormonal activations during hemorrhage in sinoaortic-denervated rats. Am. J. Physiol. 259:R305-R312; 1990.12/14/06 Page 19 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 20Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.100. Williams, D.H.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Mild head injury classification. Neurosurgery 27:422-428; 1990.101. Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Levin, H.S.; Fletcher, J.M.; Miner, M.E.; Eisenberg, H.M. The Childrens Orientation and Amnesia Test: Relationship of severity of acute head injury and recovery of memory to memory performance. Neurosurgery 27:683-691; 1990.102. Levin, H.S.; Gary, Jr., H.E.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Ruff, R.M.; Barth, J.T.; Kreutzer, J.; High, Jr., W.M.; Portman, S.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A; Marshall, L.F. Neurobehavioral outcome one year after severe head injury: Experience of the Traumatic Coma Data Bank. J. Neurosurg. 73:699-709; 1990.103. Eisenberg, H.M.; Gary, H.E. Jr.; Aldrich, E.F.; Saydjari, C.; Turner, B.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A.; Marshall, L.F.; Young, H.F. Initial CT scan findings in 753 patients with severe head injury: A report from the NIH Traumatic Coma Data Bank. J. Neurosurg. 73:688-698; 1990.104. Eisenberg, H.M.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Baumann, S.B.; Rogers, R.L.; Brown, L.M. Magnetoencephalographic localization of interictal spike sources: case report. J. Neurosurg. 74:660-664; 1991.105. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Gary, Jr., H.E.; Marmarou, A.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.A.; Marshall, L.F. Intracranial hypertension in relation to memory functioning during the first year after severe head injury. Neurosurgery 28(2):196-200; 1991.106. Levin, H.S.; Saydjari, C.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.; Marshall, L.F.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A. Vegetative state after closed-head injury: A Traumatic Coma Data Bank report. Arch. Neurol. 48:580-585; 1991.107. Baumann, S.B.; Rogers, R.L.; Guinto, F.C.; Saydjari, C.L.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Gender differences in source location for the N100 auditory evoked magnetic field. Electroencephalogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. 80:53-59; 1991.108. Rogers, R.L.; Baumann, S.B.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Bourbon, T.W.; Alagarsamy, S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Localization of the P3 sources using magnetoencephalography and magnetic resonance imaging. Electroencephalogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. 79:308-321; 1991.109. Foulkes, M.A.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A.; Marshall, L.F.; Traumatic Coma Data Bank Research Group. The Traumatic Coma Data Bank: Design, methods and baseline characteristics. J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S8-S13; 1991.12/14/06 Page 20 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 21Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.110. Marshall, L.F.; Marshall, S.B.; Clark, M.; Luerssen, T.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.A.; Marshall, L.F.; Jane, J.A. Impact of ICP instability and hypotension on outcome in patients with severe head trauma. J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S59-S66; 1991.111. Marmarou, A.; Anderson, R.L.; Ward, J.D.; Choi, S.C.; Young, H.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.A.; Marshall, L.F.; Jane, J.A. NINDS Traumatic Coma Data Bank (TCDB): Intracranial pressure monitoring methodology. J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S21-S27; 1991.112. Vollmer, D.G.; Torner, J.C.; Jane, J.A.; Sadovnic, B.; Charlebois, D.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.A.; Marmarou, A.; Marshall, L.F. Age and outcome following traumatic coma: Why do older patients fare worse? J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S37-S49; 1991.113. Ruff, R.M.; Young, D.; Levin, H.S.; Kreutzer, J.; Barth, J.; Gautille, T.; Marshall, L.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.; Marmarou, A. Verbal learning deficits following severe head injury: Heterogeneity in recovery over one year. J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S50-S58; 1991.114. Marshall, L.F.; Gautille, T.; Klauber, M.R.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A.; Luerssen, T.; Marmarou, A.; Foulkes, M.A.. Outcome of severe closed head injury. J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S28-S36; 1991.115. Marshall, L.F.; Marshall, S.B.; Klauber, M.R.; Clark, M.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A; Luerssen, T.; Marmarou, A.; Foulkes, M.A. A new classification of head injury based on computerized tomography. J. Neurosurg. (Suppl.) 75:S14-S20; 1991.116. Terrell, M.L.; Kadekaro, M.; Freeman, S.; Eisenberg, H. Effects of chemical stimulation of the subfornical organ on metabolic activity of the hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system in rats. Neurosci. Letters. 134:122-126; 1991.117. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Saydjari, C.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.A.; Marshall, L.F.; Young, H.; Marmarou, A. Predictors of mortality in severely head injured civilian gunshot wounds. A report from the National Institutes of Health Traumatic Coma Data Bank. Surg. Neurol. 38:418- 423; 1992.118. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Saydjari, C.; Luerssen, T.G.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.A.; Marshall, L.F.; Marmarou, A.; Young, H. Diffuse brain swelling in severely head-injured children: a report from the NIH Traumatic Coma Data Bank. J. Neurosurg. 76:450-454; 1992. * Selected for publication in 1993 Mosby Yearbook. St. Louis: Mosby Yearbook, Inc.; 1993.119. Bracken, M.B.; Shepard, M.J.; Collins, W.F.; Holford, T.R.; Baskin, D.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Flamm, E.; Leo-Summers, L.; Maroon, J.C.; Marshall, L.F.; Perot, P.L.; Piepmeier, J.; Sonntag,12/14/06 Page 21 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 22Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. V.K.H.; Wagner, F.C.; Wilberger, J.L.; Winn, H.R.; Young, W. Methylprednisolone or naloxone treatment after acute spinal cord injury: 1-year follow-up data. J. Neurosurg. 76:23-31; 1992.120. Clifton, G.L.; Hayes, R.L.; Levin, H.S.; Michel, M.E.; Choi, S.C. Outcome measures for clinical trials involving traumatically brain injured patients: Report of a conference. Neurosurgery 31(5):1-4; 1992.121. Kadekaro, M.; Summy-Long, J.Y.; Freeman, S., Harris, J.S.; Terrell, M.L.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cerebral metabolic responses and vasopressin and oxytocin secretions during progressive water deprivation in rats. Am. J. Physiol. 262:310-317; 1992.122. Levin, H.S; Aldrich, E.F.; Saydjari, C.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.A.; Bellefleur, M.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A.; Marshall, L.F.; Young, H. Severe head injury in children: Experience of the Traumatic Coma Data Bank. Neurosurgery 31:435-444; 1992.123. Levin, H.S.; Goldstein, F.C.; Crofford, M.J.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Guinto, F.C., Jr. Infantile right hemisphere injury: A case report with MRI and 13 year followup. Restorative Neurol. Neurosci. 4:271-277; 1992.124. Levin, H.S.; Mendelsohn, D.; Bruce, D.; Harward, H.; Culhane, K.A.; Eisenberg, H.M. Reversibility of cerebral atrophy after head injury in children. Neurosurgery 31(6):1117-1122; 1992.125. Levin, H.S.; Williams, D.H.; Eisenberg, H.M.; High, Jr., W.M.; Guinto, Jr., F.C. Serial magnetic resonance imaging and neurobehavioral findings after mild to moderate closed head injury. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiatry 55:255-262; 1992.126. Mendelsohn, D.; Levin, H.S.; Bruce, D.; Lilly, M.A.; Harward, H.; Culhane, K.; Eisenberg, H.M. Late MRI after head injury in children: Relationship to clinical features and outcome. Childs Nerv. Syst. 8:445-452; 1992.127. Piek,J.; Chestnut, R.M.; Marshall, L.F.; vanBerkum-Clark, M.; Klauber, M.R.; Blunt, B.A.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A.; Foulkes, M.A. Extracranial complications of severe head injury. J. Neurosurg. 77(6):901-907; 1992.128. Rogers, R.L.; Papanicolaou, A.C., Baumann, S.B., Eisenberg, H.M. Late magnetic fields and positive evoked potentials following infrequent and unpredictable omissions of visual stimuli. Electroencephalogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. 83(2):146-152; 1992.129. Westlund, K.N.; Lu, Y.; Werrbach-Perez, K.; Hulsebosch, C.E.; Morgan, B.; Pizzo, D.P.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Perez-Polo, J.R. Effects of nerve growth factor and acetyl-L-carnitine arginyl12/14/06 Page 22 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 23Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. amide on the human neuronal line HCN-1A. Int. J. Devl. Neuroscience, Vol.10, No 5, pp. 361- 373, 1992.130. Clifton, G.L.; Kreutzer, J.S.; Choi, S.C.; Devany, C.W.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Foulkes, M.A.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou A.; Marshall, L.F. Relationship between Glasgow Outcome Scale and neuropsychological measures after brain injury. Neurosurg. 33(1):34-39, 1993.131. Eisenberg, H.M.; Kadekaro, M.; Freeman, S.; Terrell, M.L. Metabolism in the globus pallidus after fetal implants in rats with nigral lesions. J. Neurosurg. 78 (1):83-89; 1993.132. Haley, E.C., Jr.; Kassell, N.F.; Thorner, J.C.; and the participants. A randomized controlled trial of high-dose intravenous nicardipine in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: A report of the Cooperative Aneurysm Study. J. Neurosurg. 78:537-547; 1993.133. Levin, H.S., Mattson, A.J.; Levander, M.; Lindquist, C.E.H.; Simard, J.M.; Guinto, F.C. Jr.; Eisenberg, H.M. Effects of transcallosal surgery on interhemispheric transfer of information. Surg. Neurol. 40:65-74, 1993.134. Ruff, R.M.; Marshall, L.F.; Crouch, J.; Klauber, M.R.; Levin, H.S.; Barth, J.; Kreutzer, J.; Blunt, B.; Foulkes, M.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A. Predictors of outcome following severe head trauma: follow-up data from the Traumatic Coma Data Bank. Brain Injury 7:101- 111; 1993.135. Simard, J.M.; Song, Y.; Tewari, K.; Dunn, S.; Werrbach-Perez, K.; Perez-Polo, J.R.; Eisenberg, H.M. Ionic channel currents in cultured neurons from human cortex. J. Neurosci. Res. 34:170- 178; 1993.136. Levin, H.S.; Mendelsohn, D.; Lilly, M.A.; Fletcher, J.M.; Culhane, K.A.; Chapman, S.B.; Harward, H.; Kusnerik, L.; Bruce, D.; Eisenberg, H.M. Tower of London performance in relation to magnetic resonance imaging following closed head injury in children. Neuropsychology 8(2):171-179; 1993.137. Levin, H.S.; Culhane, K.A.; Mendelsohn, D.; Lilly, M.A.; Bruce, D.; Fletcher, J.M.; Chapman, S.B.; Harward, H.; Eisenberg, H.M. Cognition in relation to MRI in head injured children and adolescents. Arch. Neurol. 50:897-905; 1993.138. Chesnut, R.M.; Marshall, L.F.; Klauber, M.; Blunt, B.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A.; Foulkes, M.A. The role of secondary brain injury in determining outcome from severe head injury. J. Trauma 34(2): 216-22, 1993.12/14/06 Page 23 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 24Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.139. Rogers, R.L.; Basile L.F.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Magnetoencephalography reveals two distinct sources associated with late positive evoked potentials during visual odd-ball task. Cerebral Cortex 3(2): 163-69, 1993.140. Rogers, R.L.; Basile, L.F.H.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Bourbon, T.W.; Eisenberg, H.M. Visual evoked magnetic fields reveal activity in the superior temporal sulcus. Electroencephalogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. 86(5) 344-7, 1993.141. Dhib-Jalbut, S.; Hoffman, P.M.; Yamabe, T.; Sun, D.; Xia, J.; Eisenberg, H.; Bergey, G.; Ruscetti, F.W. Extracellular human T-cell lmphotropic virus type I Tax-protein induces cytokine production in adult human microglial cells. Ann. Neurol.36(5): 787-90, 1994.142. Cantrell, D.T.; Levin, H.S.; Capruso, D.X.; Eisenberg, H.M. Reversible amnesia associated with a left temporal hematoma in a case of right temporal complex partial seizures. Epilepsia 35(6): 1321-27, 1994.143. Levin, H.S.; Culhane, K.A.; Fletcher, J.M.; Mendelsohn, D.B.; Lilly, M.A.; Harward, H.; Chapman, S.B.; Bruce D.A.; Eisenberg, H.M. Dissociation between delayed alternation and memory after pediatric head injury: Relationship to MRI findings. J. Child Neurol. 9(1):81-89; 1994.144. Goldstein, F.C.; Levin, H.S.; Presley, R.M.; Searcy, J.; Colohan, A.R.T.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jann, B.; Kusnerik-Bertolino, L. Neurobehavioral consequences of closed head injury in older adults. J. Neurol., Neurosurg., and Psychiatry 57:961-966, 1994.145. Thompson, N.M.; Francis, D.J.; Stuebing, K.K.; Fletcher J.M.; Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Miner, M.E.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H. Recovery of motor, visual-spatial, and somatosensory skills after traumatic brain injury in children and adolescents: a study of change. Neuropsychol. 8: 333-342, 1994.146. Ingram, F.; Levin, H.S.; Guito, F.C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Case Report of a Massive Congenital Left Hemisphere Lesion: Support for the Crowding Hypothesis? Developmental Neuropsychology 10(4): 443-453, 1994.147. Berryhill, P.; Lilly, M.A.; Levin, H.S.; Hillman, G.R.; Mendelsohn, D.; Brunder, D.G.; Fletcher, J.M.; Kufera, J.; Kent, T.A.; Yeakley, J.; Bruce, D.; Eisenberg, H.M. Frontal lobe changes after severe diffuse closed head injury in children: a volumetric study of magnetic resonance imaging. Neurosurg. 37: 392-400, 1995.148. Westlund, K.N.; Lu, Y.; Kadekaro, M.; Harmann, P.; Terrell, M.L.; Pizzo D.P.; Hulsebosch C.E.; Eisenberg H.M.; Perez-Polo, J.R. NGF-producing transfected 3T3 cells: Behavioral and12/14/06 Page 24 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 25Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. histological assessment of transplants in nigral lesioned rats. J. Neuroscience Res. 41(3): 367-73, 1995.149. Morikawa, M., Numaguchi, Y., Rigamonti, D., Kuroiwa, T., Rothman, M., Zoarski, G., Simard, J., Eisenberg, H., Amin, P. Radiosurgery for cerebral arteriovenous malformations: Assessment of early phase MR imaging and significance of Gd-DTPA enhancement. Int. J. Rad. Biol. Onc. Phys. 34: 663-675, 1996.150. Levin, H.S., Fletcher, J.M., Kufera, J.A., Harward, H., Lilly, M.A., Mendelsohn, D., Bruce, D., Eisenberg, H.M. Dimensions of cognition measured by the Tower of London and other cognitive tasks in head-injured children and adolescents. Dev. Neuropsych. 12(1): 17-34, 1996.151. Dhib-Jalbut, S., Gogate, N., Jiang, H., Eisenberg, H., Bergey, G. Human microglia activate lymphoproliferative responses to recall viral antigens. J. Neuroimmunology 65: 67-73, 1996.152. Holloway, K.L., Barnes, T., Choi S., Bullock, R., Eisenberg, H.M., Marshall, L.F., Jane, J.A., Ward J.D., Marmarou, A. Ventriculostomy Infections: The effect of monitoring duration and catheter exchange in 584 patients. J. Neurosurg. 85: 419-424, 1996.153. Albuquerque, E.X., Alkondon, M., Pereira, E.F.R., Castro, N.G., Schrattenholz, A., Barbosa, C.T.F., Bonfante-Cabarcas, R., Aracava, Y., Eisenberg, H., and Maelicke, A. Properties of neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors: Pharmacological characterization and modulation of synaptic function. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 280: 1117-1136, 1997. (Otto Krayer Award Lecture in Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics).154. Franaszcuk, P.J., Bergey, G.K., Durka, P.J., Eisenberg, H.M. Time-frequency analysis using the matching pursuit algorithm applied to seizures originating from the mesial temporal lobe. Electroenceph. clin. Neurophysiol. 106: 513-521, 1998.155. Folse, J.R., Andriole, D.P., Debas, H.T., Denton, J.R., Eisenberg, H.M., et. al. Prerequisite objectives for graduate surgical education: A study of the Graduate Medical Education Committee American College of Surgeons. J. Am. Coll. Surg. 186: 50-62, 1998.156. Alkondon, M ., Pereira, E.F.R., Eisenberg, H.M ., and Albuquerque, E.X. Choline and selective antagonists identify two subtypes of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors that modulate GABA release from CA1 interneurons in rat hippocampal slices. J. Neurosci. 19:2693-2705, 1999.157. Wevers, A., M onteggia, L., Nowacki, S., Bloch, W., Schutz, U., Lindstrom, J., Pereira, E.F.R., Eisenberg, H.M ., et al. Expression of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunits in the cerebral cortex in Alzheimer’s disease – Histotopographical correlation with amyloid plaques and hyperphosphorylated tau-protein. Eur. J. Neurosci. 11: 2551-2555, 1999.12/14/06 Page 25 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 26Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.158. Albuquerque, E.X., Pereira, E.F.R., M ike, A., Eisenberg, H.M ., M aelicke, A., and Alkondon, M . Neuronal nicotinic receptors in synaptic functions in humans and rats: Physiological and clinical relevance. Behav. Brain Res. 113:131-141, 2000.159. Alkondon, M., Pereira, E.F.R., Eisenberg, H.M., Albuquerque, E.X. Nicotinic receptor activation in human cerebral cortical interneurons: A mechanism for inhibition and disinhibition of neuronal networks. J. Neurosci. 20: 66-75, 2000.160. Sansur, C.A., Chin, L.S., Ames, J.W., Banegura, A.T., Aggarwal, S., Ballesteros, M., Amin, P., Simard, J.M., Eisenberg, H.M. Gamma Knife Radiosurgery for the treatment of brain metastases. Stereotact. Funct. Neurosurg. 74: 37-51, 2000.161. Albuquerque, E.X., Pereira, E., Mike, A., Eisenberg, H.M., Maelicke, A., Alkondon, M. Neuronal nicotinic receptors in synaptic functions in humans and rats: physiological and clinical relevance. Behavioral Brain Research 113: 131-141, 2000.162. Bergey, G.K., Small, S.L., Eisenberg, H.M. Functional MRI localization of motor function. Arch Neurol. 57(5):749, 2000.163. Alkondon, M., Pereira, E.F.R., Eisenberg, H.M., Albuquerque, E.X. Choline and selective antagonists identify two subtypes of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors that modulate GABA release from CA1 interneurons in rat hippocampal slices. J. Neurosci.20:66-75, 2000.164. Sansur, C.A., Chin, L.S., Ames, J.W., Banegura, A.T., Aggarwal, S., Ballesteros, M., Amin, P., Simard, J.M., Eisenberg, H.M. Gamma Knife radiosurgery for treatment of brain metastases. Stereotact Funct Neurosurg 74:37-51, 2000.165. Aarabi, B., Alden, T.D., Chestnut, R.M., Downs, J.H., Ecklund, J.M., Eisenberg, H.M., Farace, E., Florin, R.E., Jane Jr., J.A., Krieger, M.D., Maas, A.I.R., Narayan, R.K., Potapov, A.A., Salazar, A.M., Shaffrey, M.E., Walters, B.C. Management and Prognosis of Penetrating Brain Injury. J Trauma 51(2) Supplement/August:S1-S86, 2001.166 Petit, J.H., Hudes, R.S., Chen, T.S., Eisenberg, H.M., Simard, J.M., Chin, L.S. Reduced dose radiosurgery for vestibular schwannomas. Neurosurgery 49:1299-1307, 2001.167. Santos, M.D., Alkondon, M., Pereira, E.F.R., Aracava, Y., Eisenberg, H.M., Maelicke, A., and Albuquerque, E.X. The nicotinic allosteric potentiating ligand galantamine facilitates synaptic transmission in the mammalian central nervous system. Mol Pharmacol. 61:1222-1234, 2002.12/14/06 Page 26 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 27Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.168. Aarabi, B., Hesdorffer, D.C., Ahn, E., Aresco, C., Scalea, T.M., and Eisenberg, H.M. Outcome following decompressive craniectomy for malignant swelling following severe head injury. J Neurosurg. 104:467-468, 2006.BOOKS1. Eisenberg, H.M.; Suddith, R.L. (Eds.) The Cerebral Microvasculature: Investigation of the Blood-Brain Barrier. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp.; 1980.2. Levin, H.S.; Grafman, J.; Eisenberg, H.M. (Eds.) Neurobehavioral Recovery from Head Injury. New York: Oxford University Press; 1988.3. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Benton, A.L. (Eds.) Mild Head Injury. New York: Oxford University Press; 1989.4. Eisenberg, H.M.; Aldrich, E.F. (Eds.) Neurosurgery Clinics of North America: Management of Head Injury. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders; 1991.5. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Benton, A.L. (Eds.) Frontal Lobe Function and Dysfunction. New York: Oxford University Press; 1991.6. Levin, H.S.; Benton, A.L.; Muizelaar, J.P.; Eisenberg, H.M. (Eds.) Catastrophic Brain Injury. New York: Oxford University Press; 1995.CHAPTERS1. Grossman, R.G.; Lindquist, C.; Feinstein, R.; Eisenberg, H.M. Monitoring of the excitability of the cerebral cortex in brain injury with the direct cortical response. In: Popp, A.J.; et al., Eds. Neural Trauma. New York: Raven Press: 237-243; 1979.2. Eisenberg, H.M. Head injuries in children. In: Conn, H.F., Ed. Current Therapy. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company: 763-767; 1980.3. Eisenberg, H.M.; Suddith, R.L.; Crawford, J.S. Transport of sodium and potassium across the blood-brain barrier. In: Eisenberg, H.M.; Suddith, R.L., Eds. The Cerebral Microvasculature: Investigations of the Blood-Brain Barrier. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp.: 57-67; 1980.12/14/06 Page 27 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 28Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.4. Suddith, R.L.; Savage, K.E.; Eisenberg, H.M. Ultrastructural and histochemical studies of cerebral capillary synapses. In: Eisenberg, H.M.; Suddith, R.L., Eds. The Cerebral Microvasculature: Investigations of the Blood-Brain Barrier. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp.: 139-145; 1980.5. Eisenberg, H.M. Late complications of head injury. In: Pediatric Neurosurgery. New York: Grune & Stratton: 321-331; 1982.6. Eisenberg, H.M. New ways of looking at the blood-brain barrier. In: Visakay, C., Ed. Concepts in Pediatric Neurosurgery II. New York: S. Karger Publishing Co., Inc.: 127-136; 1982.7. Eisenberg, H.M. Supratentorial tumors: Astrocytoma, including intraventricular astrocytomas associated with tuberous sclerosis. In: Pediatric Neurosurgery. New York: Grune & Stratton: 429-432; 1982.8. Eisenberg, H.M.; Thompson, M.G.; Levin, H.S. Outcome in shunted hydrocephalic patients. In: Cohen, M.M., ed. Monographs in Neural Sciences. Basel: S. Karger Publishing Co., Inc. (8):130-133; 1982.9. Eisenberg, H.M.; Cayard, C.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Weiner, R.L.; Franklin, D.; Jane, J.; Grossman, R.; Tabaddor, K.; Becker, D.P.; Marshall, L.F.; Kumitz, S. The effects of three potentially preventable complications on outcome after severe head injury. In: Intracranial Pressure, V. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag: 549-553; 1983.10. Eisenberg, H.M.; Weiner, R.L. Syringomyelia. In: Rosenberg, R.N.; Grossman, R.G., Eds. The Clinical Neurosciences, Vol. 2 Neurology/Neurosurgery. New York: Churchill Livingstone: 1399-1404; 1983.11. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Miner, M.E. Neuropsychologic findings in head injured children. In: Shapiro, K., ed. Pediatric Head Trauma, New York: Futura Publishing Co., Inc.: 223-240; 1983.12. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. The relative durations of coma and posttraumatic amnesia after severe non-missile head injury: findings from the Pilot Phase of the Traumatic Coma Data Bank. In: Miner, M.; Wagner, K., Eds. Neural Trauma: Treatment, Monitoring and Rehabilitation Issues. Stoneham, Mass.: Butterworth Publishers; 1984.13. Levin, H.S.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Observations on amnesia after nonmissile head injury. In: Squire, L.; Butters, N., Eds. Neuropsychology of Memory. New York: The Guilford Press: 4247-257; 1984.12/14/06 Page 28 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 29Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.14. Eisenberg, H.M. Epidural Hematoma. In: Long, D.M., ed. Current Therapy in Neurological Surgery. Philadelphia: B.C. Decker Inc.: 109-110; 1985.15. Eisenberg, H.M.; Levin, H.S. Outcome after head injury: General considerations and neurobehavioral recovery. Part I. General considerations. Part II. Neurobehavioral Recovery. In: Becker, D.; Povlishock, J., Eds. Central Nervous System Trauma Status Report. Bethesda: NINCDS: 271-280; 1985.16. Eisenberg, H.M.; Levin, H.S.; Papanicolaou, A.C. Recovery of memory after head injury. In: Dacey, ed. Trauma of the Central Nervous System. New York: Raven Press: 35-47; 1985.17. Eisenberg, H.M.; Weiner, R.L. Benign Pituitary Cysts. In: Wilkins, R.H.; Rengachary, S.S., Eds. Neurosurgery. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company: 932-934; 1985.18. Levin, H.S.; Kalisky, Z.; Handel, S.F.; Goldman, A.M.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Morrison, D.; Von Laufen, A. Magnetic resonance imaging in relation to the sequelae and rehabilitation of diffuse closed head injury: Preliminary findings. In: Joynt, R.J., ed. Seminars in Neurology, Vol. 3. New York: Thieme-Stratton, Inc.: 221-232; 1985.19. Weiner, R.L.; Eisenberg, H.M. Advances in Pediatric Neurosurgery. In: Pediatric Clinics of North America, Vol. 32. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company: 1125-1132; 1985.20. Weiner, R.L.; Eisenberg, H.M. Head injuries in children. In: Rakel, R.E., Ed. Conns Current Therapy. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company: 770-774; 1986.21. Eisenberg, H.M.; Weiner, R.L. Input variables: How information from the acute injury can be used to characterize groups of patients for studies of outcome. In: Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Grafman, J., Eds. Neurobehavioral Recovery from Head Injury. New York: Oxford University Press; 1987.22. Eisenberg, H.M.; Weiner, R.L.; Tabaddor, K. Emergency care: Initial evaluation. In: Cooper, P.R., ed. Head Injuries, 2nd Edition. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins: 20-33; 1987.23. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Postconcussional syndrome. In: Johnson, R.T., ed. Current Therapy in Neurologic Disease - 2. Philadelphia: B.C. Decker Inc.: 193-196; 1987.24. Levin, H.S.; Gary, Jr., H.E.; High, Jr., W.M.; Mattis, S.; Ruff, R.M.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Marshall, L.F.; Tabaddor, K. Minor head injury and the post-concussional syndrome: Methodological issues in outcome studies. In: Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Grafman, J., Eds. Neurobehavioral Recovery from Head Injury. New York: Oxford University Press; 1987.12/14/06 Page 29 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 30Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.25. Eisenberg, H.M.; Levin, H.S. The devastated head injury patient. In: Clinical Neurosurgery, Vol. 34. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins: Ch. 27:572-586; 1988.26. Eisenberg, H.M. Mild/moderate brain injury - clinical diagnosis. In: Hoff, J.T., Anderson, T., Cole, T., Eds. Mild Head Injury, (Volume Three) of Contemporary Issues in Neurological Surgery. Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications, Inc.: 95-105; 1989.27. Eisenberg, H.M.; Briner, R.P. Late complications of head injury. In: R.L. McLaurin, L. Schut, J.L. Venes, F. Epstein, Eds. Pediatric Neurosurgery, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company: 290-297; 1989.28. Eisenberg, H.M.; Gary, H.E. Jr.; Turner, B.; Jane, J.A.; Marmarou, A.; Marshall, L.F.; Young, H.; NIH TCDB Writing Group. CT scan findings in 683 patients with severe (Glasgow Coma Scale score < 8) closed head injury: A report from the NIH Traumatic Coma Data Bank. In: Intracranial Pressure VII, J.T. Hoff, A.L. Betz (Eds.), Springer-Verlag: 557-559; 1989.29. Eisenberg, H.M.; Levin, H.S. Computed tomographic and magnetic resonance imaging in mild/moderate head injury. In: H.S. Levin, H.M. Eisenberg, A.L. Benton, Eds. Mild Head Injury. New York: Oxford University Press: 133-141; 1989.30. Fletcher, J.M.; Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Miner, M.E.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Adaptive behavior in head injured children. In: M.E. Miner, K.A. Wagner, Eds. Neurotrauma: Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Related Issues, No. 3. Stoneham, Mass.: Butterworths: 103-114; 1989.31. Marmarou, A.; Anderson, R.; Ward, J.D.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Jane, J.A.; Marshall, L.F.; Young, H.F.; NIH TCDB Writing Group. The Traumatic Coma Data Bank: Monitoring of ICP. In: Intracranial Pressure VII, J.T. Hoff (Ed.), Springer-Verlag: 549-551; 1989.32. Ruff, R.M.; Levin, H.S.; Mattis, S.; High, W.; Marshall, L.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Tabaddor, K. Recovery of memory after mild head injury: A three center study. In: H.S. Levin, H.M. Eisenberg, A.L. Benton, Eds. Mild Head Injury. New York: Oxford University Press: 176-188; 1989.33. Rogers, R.L.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Baumann, S.; Saydjari, C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Nonstationary dynamics of sequential magnetic dipole changes associated with N100 auditory evoked responses. In: S. Williamson, M. Hoke, G. Stroink, M. Kotani, Eds. Advances in Biomagnetism. New York: Plenum Press: 105-108; 1989.34. Eisenberg, H.M. Head and spinal cord injury. In: Porter, R.J., Schoenberg, B.S., Eds. Controlled Clinical Trials in Neurological Disease. Bethesda, Maryland: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 171-183; 1990.12/14/06 Page 30 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 31Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.35. Soloniuk, D.S.; Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M. Traumatic intracerebral hematomas. In: Pitts, L.H., Wagner, F., Eds. The Craniospinal Trauma Volume. Trauma Management Series. New York: Thieme: 49-58; 1990.36. Vollmer, D.G.; Eisenberg, H.M. Head injury in the elderly including subdural hematoma. In: W. Hazzard, R. Andres, E. Bierman, J.P. Blass, Eds. Principles of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company: 990-998; 1990.37. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M. Management of acute cervical spinal cord injuries. Contemporary Neurosurgery 12:1-8; 1990.38. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Neurobehavioral outcome. In: Eisenberg, H.M.; Aldrich, E.F., Eds. Neurosurgery Clinics of North America. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company.: Volume 2(2), pp. 457-472; 1991.39. Eisenberg, H.M. Neurological surgery. In: Whats new in surgery for 1991. Am. Coll. Surg. Bull. 76:27-29; 1991.40. Eisenberg, H.M.; Weiner, R.L. Syringomyelia. In: Grossman, R.G.; Rosenberg, R.N. Eds. Principles of Neurosurgery. New York: Raven Press; 1991.41. Levin, H.S.; Goldstein, F.C.; Williams, D.H.; Eisenberg, H.M. The contribution of frontal lobe lesions to the neurobehavioral outcome of closed head injury. In: Levin, H.S.; Benton, A.L.; Eisenberg, H.M., Eds. Frontal Lobe Function and the Effects of Injury. New York: Oxford University Press; 1991.42. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Neurobehavioral outcome. In: Eisenberg, H.M.; Aldrich, E.F., Eds. Neurosurgery Clinics of North America. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders; 1991.43. Eisenberg, H.M. Treatment of neurotrauma patients - update 91. In: Gullo, A., Ed. Recent Advances in Anaesthesia, Pain, Intensive Care, and Emergency. Trieste, Italy: Club A.P.I.C.E., pp. 285-293; 1991.44. Luerssen, T.G.; Huang, J.C.; McLone, D.G.; Walker, M.L.; Hahn, Y.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Humphreys, R.P.; Choux, M. Retinal hemorrhages, seizures, and intracranial hemorrhages-Relationships and outcomes in children suffering traumatic brain injury. In: Marlin, A.E., Ed. Concepts in Pediatric Neurosurgery, Vol. 11. Basel: S. Karger Publishing Company: 87-94; 1991.12/14/06 Page 31 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 32Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.45. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M. Acute subdural hematoma. In: Apuzzo, M.L.J., Ed. Brain Surgery: Complication Avoidance and Management. New York: Churchill Livingstone: Chapter 34; 1992.46. Levin, H.S.; Lilly, M.A.; Papanicolaou, A.C.; Eisenberg, H.M. Posttraumatic and retrograde amnesia after closed head injury. In: Squire, L. & Butters, N., eds. Neuropsychology of Memory. New York: The Guilford Press: Chapter 26: pp. 290-308; 1992.47. Luerssen, T.G., Eisenberg, H.M.; Levin, H.S. Late complications of pediatric head injury. In: Cheek, W.R., Ed. Pediatric Neurosurgery, 3rd Edition. Orlando, W.B. Saunders Co: pp. 297- 306, 1994.48. Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M. Vegetative State after Head Injury: Findings from the Traumatic Coma Data Bank. In: Levin, H.S., Benton, A.L., Muizelaar, J.P., & Eisenberg, H.M., eds. Catastrophic Brain Injury. New York: Oxford University Press: Chapter 3: pp. 35-50; 1995.49. Levin, H.S.; Ewing-Cobbs, L.; Eisenberg, H.M. Neurobehavioral outcome of pediatric closed head injury. In: Broman. S.H.; Michel, M.E., Eds. Traumatic head injury in children. New York: Oxford University Press: pp. 70-94, 1995.50. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.: Diffuse brain injury. In: Tindall, G.T., Cooper, P.R., Barrow, D.L., eds. The Practice of Neurosurgery. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins: Chapter 198: pp. 1491-1501; 1996.51. Aldrich, E.F.; Eisenberg, H.M.: Benign pituitary cysts. In: Wilkins, R.H., Rengarchary, S.S., eds. Neurosurgery, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill: Chapter 134: pp. 1357-1366; 1996.52. Aldrich, E.F.; Levin, H.S.; Eisenberg, H.M.: Mild Head Injury in Children. In: Youmans, J.R., ed. Neurological Surgery, 4th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, Chapter 70: pp. 1719-1729; 1996.53. Ullman, J.S.; Morgan, B.C.; Eisenberg, H.M.: Traumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. In: Bederson, J.B., ed. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Pathophysiology and Management. Park Ridge, Illinois: American Association of Neurological Surgeons: Chapter 14: pp. 225-237; 1997.54. Aldrich EF, Eisenberg, HM: Prognostic Factors. In: Marion, D.W., ed. Traumatic Brain Injury, New York, Thieme: Chapter 18: pp. 223-229, 1999.55. Albuquerque, E.X.; Pereira, E.F.R.; Alkondon, M .; Eisenberg, H.; M aelicke, A. “Neuronal nicotinic receptors and synaptic transmission in the central nervous system.” In Handbook of Experimental12/14/06 Page 32 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 33Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D. Pharmacology, F. Clementi, C. Gotti and D. Fornasari, eds. New York: Springer Verlag. Chapter 13 “Functional, Pharmacological and M odulatory Properties of the nAChRs”, pp. 337-358.56. Aldrich EF, Chin LS, DiPatri AJ, Eisenberg HM: Neurosurgery. In: Townsend, C.M., ed. Sabiston Textbook of Surgery, 16th edition. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, Chapter 67, 200057. Chin, L.S.; Aldrich, E.F.; DiPatri, A.J.; Eisenberg, H.M.: Neurosurgery, in Townsend CM (ed), Sabiston’s Textbook of Surgery, edition 17, WB Saunders (Philadelphia), 200458. Aarabi , B.; Eisenberg, H.; Murphy, K.; Morrison, C.; and Weinmann, M. Texbook of Neurointensive Care. Traumatic Brain Injury: Management and Complications. Saunders 2004, pp771-794.59. Aarabi, B.; O’Malley, B.; Martin, J.; and Eisenberg, H.: Cranial and Peripheral Nerve Surgery. Surgical Management of CSF leaks. Thieme New York.60. Aarabi, B.; Eisenberg, H.; Ahn, E.; Chiu, W.; Wintermark, M.: Minimally Invasive Procedures in Traumatic Brain Injury. Peter Black and Mark Proctor (editors) Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ 2005, pp 399-420.INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALBresnan, M.F.; Nakano, K.K.; Snodgrass, S.R. With a contribution by Eisenberg, H.M. PediatricNeurology, Medical Examination Review Book. New York: Medical Examination Publishing Company;1976.Caruso, V.G.; Eisenberg, H.M.; Grossman, R.G. Transseptal surgery of the sphenoid sinus and sellaturcia. In: A Self-Instructional Package from the Committee on Continuing Education in Otolaryngology.American Academy of Otolaryngology, a Division of the American Academy of Ophthalmology andOtolaryngology; 1977.Chin, LS; Singh, SK; Eisenberg, HM. Cell and molecular biology for neurosurgeons. NeurosurgicalFocus 3: Article 1, 1997.PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED TALKS (since 1990)_Application of evoked potential for cerebral localization in patients with brain injury or epilepsy_.Symposium on Neurology, Palermo, Italy; February 26-March 3, 1990.12/14/06 Page 33 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 34Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D._Computed tomographic findings and intracranial pressure in a large series of severely head injuredpatients_. Symposium on Neurology, Palmero, Italy; February 26-March 3, 1990._Head injury_. Post graduate course, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan; April 2, 1990._ICP and CT findings in over 1,000 patients with severe head injury_. Honored Guest Lecturer, 13thConference of the Japanese Society of Neurotraumatology, Tokyo, Japan; March 28, 1990.Moderator, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Nashville, Tennessee; April 30, 1990.Moderator, Meeting of the Society of Neurological Surgeons, Ann Arbor, Michigan; May 20-23, 1990."Recent trends in brain protection". Lecturer and Discussion Designate, 10th Annual Meeting of theJapanese Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Tokyo, Japan; March 29-31, 1990.Visiting Professor, Tokai University, Tokai, Japan; April 3, 1990."Recovery from severe and mild injury." Visiting Professor, Hong Kong Surgical Forum, Neurosurgery,Hong Kong; September 15-16, 1990."Morbidity and mortality of severe head injury." Status Report on CNS Trauma: Clinical and ScientificAspects, Seventh Conference on Neural Trauma. Charlottesville, Virginia; September 23-26, 1990.Visiting Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Neurosurerical Forum;September, 1990."Pediatric head injury." American Society of Pediatric Neurosurgeons Review Course. Orlando, Florida;January 17-19, 1991."Magnetoencephalographic localization of interictal spike sources". Society of University Surgeons,Galveston, Texas; February, 1991."New advances in the treatment of spinal cord injuries." Centennial Homecoming. The University ofTexas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas; March 17-23, 1991."Management of the critically ill patient." Moderator, American Association of Neurological Surgeons.59th annual meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana; April 20-25, 1991."Neurological surgery. In: Whats new in surgery for 1991". Am. Coll. Surg. Annual Meeting, SanFrancisco, California, 1991.12/14/06 Page 34 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 35Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.Consultant to Upjohn Company. FDA hearing re. new drug U76004F; June 18, 1991.Chairperson, NIH Special Study Section, Trauma Centers P50; August 1-2, 1991."P3 to missing tones." Eighth International Conference on Biomagnetism, Munster, F.R.G.; August18-22, 1991."Acute stage measurements". NIH - NINDS Conference on Outcome Measures in Head Injury ClinicalTrials, Houston, Texas; October 7-9, 1991.Characterization of P3 sources using magnetoencephalography. Proceedings of the 4th InternationalEvoked Potentials Symposium; 1991."Multi-center studies in severe head injury". Congress of Neurological Surgeons 41st Annual Meeting,Orlando, Florida; October 26-31, 1991.Recent Advances in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. Moderator, Symposium on CNS Trauma, Trieste,Italy; November 23, 1991.Visiting Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Messina, Italy; November 25, 1991.Visiting Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Parma, Italy; November 26, 1991.Ad hoc reviewer, Center for Disease Control Grant Review Session, Atlanta, Georgia; January 12-14,1992."Craniocerebral missile injuries: Surgical decision making". Panelist, American Association ofNeurological Surgeons 60th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California; April 11-16, 1992."ABNS Board Preparation". Panelist, American Association of Neurological Surgeons 60th AnnualMeeting, San Francisco, California; April 11-16, 1992."Magnetowncephalography reveals two distinct sources associated with the P300 during visual oddballparadigm". International Neuropsychological Society 14th European Conference, Durham, England; July8-11, 1992.Chairperson, NIH Special Review Committee, Washington, D.C., August 6-7, 1992.Visiting Professor, Division of Neurosurgery, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon;September 10-12, 1992.12/14/06 Page 35 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 36Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D."Transplantation of HCN-1A into rat brain". Society for Neuroscience 1992 Annual Meeting, Anaheim,California, October 25-30, 1992."Ion channel currents in cultured HCN-1A neurons from human cortex". Society for Neuroscience 1992Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, October 25-30, 1992."Outcome of severe head injury in children: A report from the Traumatic Coma Data Bank". NHIF 11thAnnual National Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts; December 9-13, 1992."Cognitive function in relation to MRI findings following closed head injury in children and adolescents".INS 21st Annual Meeting, Galveston, Texas; February 24-27, 1993."Frontal lobe lesions in relation to outcome of pediatric head injury: Cognitive and MRI findings".AANS Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts; April 24-29, 1993."Long term recovery of memory following pediatric head injury". AANS Annual Meeting, Boston,Massachusetts; April 24-29, 1993."Contemporary management of pediatric head injury". AANS Annual Meeting (Breakfast Seminar),Boston, Massachusetts; April 28, 1993."Management strategies for head injury: Factors in avoidance of early and long term adverse sequelae".AANS Annual Meeting (Breakfast Seminar), Boston, Massachusetts; April 28, 1993."The Gamma Knife". The Eastern Surgical Society, Baltimore, Maryland; May, 1993.Moderator, Committee reports and subspecialization. Society of Neurosurgeons, San Diego, California;May, 1993."Multicentered studies of central nervous system injury". National Advisory Neurologic Disorders andStroke Council 127th Meeting, Bethesda, Maryland; June 1993."Diagnosis and prognostic significance of traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage". Glasgow, Scotland;July, 1993."Preparation of a Grant". Course Director, Congress of Neurological Surgeons 43rd Annual Meeting,Vancouver, British Columbia; October 3, 1993."Late Sequelae of Head Injury; Prevention and Management". Moderator, Congress of NeurologicalSurgeons 43rd Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia; October 5, 1993.12/14/06 Page 36 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 37Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.Moderator, Free oral presentations. International Congress of Neurological Surgery, Acapulco, Mexico;October 20, 1993."Surgical techniques for disraphysm". International Congress of Neurological Surgery, Acapulco,Mexico; October 21, 1993."A neurosurgical perspective". National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda,Maryland; November 18-19, 1993."Surgical Management of Intractable Seiziures". University of Maryland Medical Centers NeuroCareOutreach CME Program, Aberdeen, Maryland; May 25 and June 15, 1994"The Coma Data Bank: Information and Lessons Learned in Acute Brain Injury Care". Advances inAcute Neurotrauma Care Conference, Hartford, Connecticut; June 9, 1994."Whats New With Brain Injury". Pennsylvania Neurosurgical Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;September 9, 1994.Introducer, Advisory Council for Neurological Surgery Lecture (History of Surgery), American Collegeof Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Chicago, Illinois; October 10, 1994."Perspective of a Program Director in Neurosurgery". Panel Discussion, American College of SurgeonsAnnual Clinical Congress, Chicago, Illinois; October 10, 1994."Treatment of Neurotrauma". Invited Speaker, Ohio Society of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting,Mohican State Park, Ohio; November 19, 1994.Visiting Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Pittsburgh, December 1-2, 1994.Invited Speaker, FDA/NIH Public Forum on Informed Consent in Clinical Research Conducted inEmergency Circumstances. Bethesda, Maryland; January 9-10, 1995."DRG Assignment for Gamma Knife® Surgery". Representing Health Technology Associates, Inc. andElekta, Washington, D.C.; February 28, 1995."Current Management of Cerebral Trauma". The American Association of Neurological Surgeons 1995Annual Meeting. Orlando Florida; April 22-27, 1995."Management of Minor Closed Head Injury in Children and Adolescents". The American Association ofNeurological Surgeons 1995 Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida; April 22-27, 1995.12/14/06 Page 37 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 38Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D."Stereotactic fusion of intraoperative image with 3D graphic reconstruction of cerebral anatomy." JointInternational Congress on Minimally Invasive Techniques in Neurosurgery and Otolaryngology,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; June 18, 1995."Outcome Analysis and Late Sequelae of Traumatic Brain Injury." Third International NeurotraumaSymposium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; July 23, 1995.Introducer, History of Surgery lecturer Dr. Lennard Wilson, "The Evolution of CarotidEndarterectomy." 81st Annual Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, New Orleans,Louisiana; October 23, 1995.Moderator, "Critical Care Management of the Head Injured Patient." 45th Annual Meeting of TheCongress of Neurological Surgeons, San Francisco, California; October 17, 1995.Session Chair, "Improving Therapy Following Severe Head Injury." J. Douglas Miller Symposium, LaJolla, California; February 12, 1996.Invited Speaker, “Applications of the Stereotactic Guided Microscope,” “Brain Protection and theTirilazad Studies,” “Gamma Knife: Results with Metastatic Tumors.” Winter Congress on MinimallyInvasive Techniques in Neurosurgery, Otolaryngology, and Radiology, Aspen, Colorado; March 17-21,1996.Invited Participant, Young Surgical Investigators Conference, Surgical Research and EducationCommittee of the American College of Surgeons, Chantilly, Virginia; March 30-April 1, 1996.Visiting Professor, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Department of Neurological Surgery,Washington, D.C.; April 3, 1996.Chair, Reverse Site Visit and Ad-Hoc Study Section, NIH-NINDS "International Unruptured AneurysmStudy." Competitive Renewal, Washington, D.C.; April 8-9, 1996.Moderator, "Current Management of Cerebral Trauma," "ABNS Board Preparation";Discussant,"Outcome of Moderate and Severe Head Injury in Patients Treated with TirilazadMesylate"; Panelist, "Getting a Research Grant Funded." 64th Annual Meeting of the AmericanAssociation of Neurological Surgeons, Minneapolis, MN; April 27 - May 2, 1996.Speaker, Program Directors Meeting, "Report from the Board." The 87th Meeting of the Society ofNeurological Surgeons, Chicago, IL; May 12, 1996.Panelist, "Image Guided Surgery." Second International Skull Base Congress, Seventh Annual Meeting ofthe North American Skull Base Society, San Diego, CA; June 30, 1996.12/14/06 Page 38 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 39Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.Invited Speaker, "Clinical Presentation of Spinal Cord Injury." NIH Workshop on Spinal Cord Injury:Emerging Concepts, Bethesda, MD; September 30, 1996.Panelist, "Assessment of Training Programs and Examinations." Conference on Neurosurgical Training:An International Meeting Under the Auspices of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies,Munich, Germany; October 8, 1996.Moderator, "Plenary Session I: Managed Care." R. Adams Cowley 17th National Trauma Symposium,Baltimore, Maryland; November 7, 1996.Chair, "Conceptual Issues, Neuroscience, and Experimental Models." NIH Workshop onNeuroplasticity and Reorganization of Function after Brain Injury, Bethesda, Maryland; December 3,1996.Moderator, "C-P Angle and Skull Base Tumors," March 27, 1997; Invited Speaker, "Acoustic Neuroma:Microsurgery or Gamma Knife," March 28, 1997; Invited Faculty, The 2nd Pan-Pacific NeurosurgeryCongress: Craniovertebral Junction/Cervical Spine and C-P Angle Lesions, Honolulu, Oahu and Makena,Maui, Hawaii, March 23-29, 1997.Moderator, "ABNS Board Preparation." American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Denver,Colorado; April 16, 1997.Introducer, History of Surgery lecturer. 83rd Annual Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons,Chicago, Illinois; October 13, 1997.Invited speaker, “Medical and Surgical Management of Epilepsy”, Shipley’s Choice, Millersville,Maryland; November 13, 1997.Speaker, “Early Clinical Development”, Charlottesville Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury Trials,Charlottesville, Virginia, December 5-7, 1997.Speaker and Panelist, "Prerequisite Objectives for Surgical Education”, Association of Program Directorsin Surgery, 1998 Spring Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland; April 22-25, 1998.Panelist, "Preparation of a Scientific Manuscript for Submission to the Journal of Neurosurgery andNeurosurgical Focus: An Update”, 66th Annual Meeting of the American Association of NeurologicalSurgeons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia; April 25-30, 1998.Moderator, "Core Curriculum for Trauma/ICU", The Society of Neurological Surgeons, 1998 AnnualMeeting, St. Louis, Missouri; May 10, 1998.12/14/06 Page 39 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 40Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.Faculty Speaker, "Taking the Test: Hints, Tips, Dos, Don’ts”, Oral Neurosurgery Board PreparationSeminar. 48th Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Seattle, Washington; October 5, 1998.Speaker and Panelist, “Having Our Cake And Eating It Too: The Neurosurgeon’s Perspective OnOptimizing The PGY-1 Year”. 84th Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons, Orlando,Florida; October 26, 1998.Faculty Speaker, “Management of Vestibular Neuromas”, “Gamma Knife Treatment of MetastaticTumors”, International Winter Congress on Minimally Invasive Techniques for Neurosurgery andOtolaryngology, Aspen, Colarado; March 21-26, 1999.Visiting Professor, The Michael Scott Lecture, “The Impact of New Technologies on Neurosurgery”,Temple University Residents Graduation and The Michael Scott Symposium on Recent Advances inHead and Spinal Injury, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; June 4, 1999.Visiting Professor, University of California, San Diego, California; June 10, 1999.Speaker, The Injured Brain”, Clinical Pharmacology in Patient Care and Drug Development Symposium,28th Annual Meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, Rockville, Maryland; September16-18, 1999.Chairman, “Early Hemicraniectomy to Manage Traumatic Brain Injury”, first meeting of thePerformance/Safety Monitoring Board (PSMB), June 6, 2000, Neuroscience Center, Rockville, MDReviewer – Reviewed proposals submitted to the New York State Spinal Cord Injury Research Board,chaired by Dr. Faye S. Silverstein, University of Michigan Medical Center, Saratoga Springs, New York,September 11-12, 2000Speaker – “Contemporary Management of Head Injury-Penetrating Head Injuries”, San Antonio CNSMeeting, September 26, 2000Speaker – “Database Collection and Data Banks in the USA and in Europe”, Torino, Italy, 4th WorldBrain Injury Congress, 05/04-08/2001Moderator, “Contemporary Management of Head Injury,” Congress of Neurological Surgeons 51stAnnual Meeting, September 29 – October 4, 2001Visiting Professor, Albany School of Medicine – 2001Presidential Address, Senior Society - 200112/14/06 Page 40 of 41
    • CURRICULUM VITAE 41Howard M. Eisenberg, M.D.Donald D. Matson Lectureship, Harvard University – 2002Wagner Lectureship, New Jersey School of Medicine - 2002Visiting Professor, Louisiana State University School of Medicine – 200216th Annual Marshall Lectureship, The University of Toronto - 2003Speaker – Seminar Robotic in Neurosurgery AANS Annual meeting – 200419th Annual Eldridge Campbell Lecture, Albany Medical College – 2005NIH Peer Review, 200512/14/06 Page 41 of 41