Dr. Mike Meyer trained as a physician at Mayo Clinic with dual board certifications in Neurology and Nuclear Medicine. Prior to medical school at Albany Medical College, Dr. Meyer was part of the original research team at Brookhaven National Lab that developed 18F-FDG as a useful tracer for PET studies in Oncology and Neurology. After completing fellowships in PET and Nuclear Medicine at University of Michigan and University of Pennsylvania, he represented the University of Tennessee as one of eight Principal Investigators for the NINDS Acute Stroke tPA trial and was co-author on the landmark December 1995 publication on tPA and and Stroke in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Meyer has trained many neurology residents during his career as a neurologist, and had served as the residency director for the University at Buffalo; other related accomplishments include writing a single author textbook of neurology published by Springer.
Dr. Meyer has extensive experience in the development and administration of regional stroke centers specializing in managing acute ischemic stroke; examples of centers he helped establish include ECMC in Buffalo and Tennova Healthcare in Knoxville, TN. Dr. Meyer is currently with Invision Health, Department of Neurology, International Drive, Williamsville, New York, and maintains strong research interests in Alzheimer’s disease; he very much looks forward to working with MDPI to develop Neurology International.