Daniel C. Brooks

Daniel C. Brooks, MD

Specialty

Neurology

Medical School

Ohio State University College of Medicine

Residency

Yale New Haven Hospital

Fellowship

Montefiore Medical Center, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Board Certifications

  • Neurology - American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • Vascular Neurology - American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Member of:
Stamford Health Medical Group

Locations

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Biography

Dr. Brooks was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio and studied at the Ohio State University (OSU), where he received a bachelor’s degree in English. He taught English in Europe for several years before returning to OSU where he completed his pre-medical school coursework and received his Medical Degree. He then moved to the northeast to complete an internship and neurology residency at Yale followed by a subspecialty fellowship in stroke at Montefiore Medical Center. Outside of work he enjoys traveling, exercising and reading.

Special Interests

Stroke Prevention & Treatment

Published Work

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Review Articles

  • Brooks, D.C. and J.L. Schindler. Perioperative stroke: risk assessment,
    prevention and treatment. Invited review for Current Treatment
    Options in Cardiovascular Medicine.
    Book Chapters
  • Brooks, D.C. Endarterectomy for asymptomatic carotid stenosis
    (ACAS). Book chapter in press for 50 Studies Every Neurologist
    Should Know, ed. D.Y. Hwang and D.M. Greer, Oxford University
    Press, New York.
  • Brooks, D.C. Therapeutic warfarin for stroke prevention in atrial
    fibrillation (SPAF III). Book chapter in press for 50 Studies Every
    Neurologist Should Know, ed. D.Y. Hwang and D.M. Greer, Oxford
    University Press, New York.
  • Brooks, D.C. Factor Xa inhibitor for stroke prevention in atrial
    fibrillation (ARISTOTLE and ROCKET AF). Book chapter in press for
    50 Studies Every Neurologist Should Know, ed. D.Y. Hwang and
    D.M. Greer, Oxford University Press, New York.

Affiliations

  • American Academy of Neurology
  • American Heart Association / American
    Stroke Association

Languages

English

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