Curriculum Vitae

Laurence D. Haber, M.D.
600 Northern Boulevard, Suite 118
Great Neck, New York 11021
Phone (516) 498-1122
Fax (516)466-6714


Education
Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia
M.D.June 1985

State University of New York at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, New York
B.S.with Honors, May 1981
Major:  Biology

Post Graduate Training
Internal Medicine Internship:
Lenox Hill Hospital
New York, New York
July 1985-June 1986

Neurology Residency:
Mount Sinai Medical Center
New York, New York
July 1986-June 1989

Behavioral Neurology Fellowship:
Beth Israel Medical Center
New York, New York
July 1989-June 1990
Epileptology Fellowship:
Hospital for Joint Disease, NYU Medical Center
July 1990-June 1991

Board Certification
American Board of Neurology & Psychiatry, Diplomate in the Specialty of Neurology 1990
American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology 1993

License Number 169382-1, Since 1987
Private Practice Since 1991
Current Position: Part-Time Clinical Assistant Professor
Voluntary Staff Positions Held at North Shore University Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center and St. Francis Hospital

Memberships
American Academy of Neurology, Since 1991

Publications
Feinberg-TE, Haber-LD: A Neuroanatomical Study of Asomatognosia, Neurology 39 (suppl 1) 130:1989

Haber-LD, Feinberg-TE: An Anatomical and Clinical Study of Personal Reduplication. Neurology 40 (suppl 1) 1990

Feinberg-TF; Haber-LD: Stacy-CB: Ipsilateral Extinction in the 1-Hemineglect Syndrome demonstrated by the Face 1-land Test. Archives of
Neurology. 1990 July: 47(7)802-4

Feinberg-TE; Haber-LD: Leeds-NE Verbal Asomatognosia Neurology. 1990 Stp: 40(9)1391-4

Feinberg-TE, Schindler-RI, Flanagan-NC, Haber-LD, LIII: Two Alien Hand Syndromes. Neurology 1992 Jan: 42(1): 19-24

Feinberg-TE: Roane-DM; Kwan-PC Schindler-RI: Haber-LD Anosognosia and Visuoberbal Confabulation. Arch-Neurology. 1994 May 51(5) 468-7