Harvey Singer, MD
Dr. Singer is currently a professor of neurology and pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric training in Chicago and Cleveland and a pediatric neurology residency at Johns Hopkins - after which he remained on the faculty. His clinical research interests include movement disorders, especially Tourette syndrome and stereotypic movement disorders. His translational research oriented laboratory focuses on the neurobiology of tics, antibody measurements in PANDAS, stereotypic movements in animal models, and autoimmune mechanisms in autism. He has authored numerous articles, chapters, and two books; the latest, a must-read 2nd edition published in 2016, entitled "Movement Disorders in Childhood" (Singer, Mink, Gilbert, and Jankovic). He enjoys biking, travel, visiting his five grandchildren, and working in his field.
Learn more about Dr. Singer by visiting his Johns Hopkins University webpage.