Conrad C. Weihl, MD, PhD
- Adult Neurology
Sees Patients For
Mechanisms of weakness and atrophy related to neuromuscular disorders including muscular dystrophy, inflammatory myopathy (including inclusion body myositis), myopathy, motor neuron disease, ALS - Lou Gehrig's disease, statin induced myopathy, and elevated CPK.
Patients Seen At
- Center for Advanced Medicine Neuroscience Center4921 Parkview PlaceSt. Louis, MO 63110Suite: CFloor: 6Fax: 314-747-3752Appointments:
- Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Academic Title(s)Professor, Neurology
Division of Adult Neurology
2005 Neurology, Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University School of MedicineMedical Degree
2001 University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IllinoisPh.D.
1999 University of Chicago Biological Sciences Division, University of Chicago, Chicago, IllinoisB.S.
1994 Cell and Structural Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana
Publications & Research
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