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Steven Greenberg MD, PhD

Steven M. Greenberg MD, PhD

Vice Chair, Faculty Development and Promotions; John J. Conway Endowed Chair, Department of Neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital; Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Greenberg, Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, holds the John J. Conway Endowed Chair in Neurology, directs the Hemorrhagic Stroke Research Program, and is Vice-Chair of Neurology for Faculty Development and Promotions at the Massachusetts General Hospital.  Initiated in 1994, the Hemorrhagic Stroke Research Program has become internationally recognized as a leading authority on the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of cerebral amyloid angiopathy.  Dr. Greenberg has authored over 150 research articles and over 60 chapters, reviews, and editorials in the areas of hemorrhagic stroke and small vessel brain disease, served as principal investigator on multiple national research grants, and in leadership positions at national and international conferences on hemorrhagic stroke and vascular cognitive impairment.  He is currently chair of the NIH Acute Neural Injury and Epilepsy study section, committee co-chair of the NINDS Alzheimer’s Disease-Related Dementias Workshop, and past chair of the American Heart Association International Stroke Conference.

Dr. Greenberg received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Harvard University and MD and PhD degrees from Columbia University under the graduate research training of Dr. James Schwartz.  He performed internship at Pennsylvania Hospital, neurology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, and post-doctoral fellowship at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Neurologic Diseases before joining the Massachusetts General Hospital faculty.