My commitment is to optimal, state-of-the-art, and cost efficient evaluation and management of neuromuscular disorders, particularly Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig Disease).
Dr. Barkhaus is from suburban Detroit and has held academic positions in the upper Midwest. He has extensive training in electromyography and neuromuscular diseases. Dr. Barkhaus has authored over 40 original publications, three multi-media books, and numerous book chapters and review articles. He lectures and teaches regularly at international, national, and regional meetings as well as in the academic programs at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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Education & Training
Wayne State University School of Medicine - Detroit - MI - Doctor of Medicine - (1975)
Wayne State University School of Medicine - Detroit - MI - Residency in Neurology - (1975-1978)
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis - Fellowship in Electromyography - (1978-1979)
University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson - Fellowship in Neuromuscular Diseases - (1979-1980)
Duke University Medical Center - Durham - NC - Senior Research Fellowship in Electromyography - (1987)
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