A. Gordon Smith, MD, FAAN
- Peripheral Nervous System Diseases
- Cutaneous Innervation
- Clinical Neurophysiology (EMG)
- Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome
- Departments: Population Health Sciences - Adjunct Professor
- American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Sub: Neuromuscular Medicine)
Academic Office Information
School of Medicine
30 N 1900 E, Room: 3R 242A
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
A. Gordon Smith, MD, FAAN, is an Adjunct Professor with the departments of Anesthesiology and Population Health Sciences. Smith is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the Mayo Medical School. He completed neurology residency and a neuromuscular fellowship at the University of Michigan. His research team focuses on peripheral neuropathy in diabetes and obesity. He has a particular interest in biomarker development and novel clinical trial design in neuromuscular disorders and peripheral neuropathy and has longstanding and ongoing NIH and major foundation funding. He has led or participated in numerous clinical trials in neuromuscular disorders. Dr. Smith serves on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Neurology and is Chair of the Education Committee and Editor of NeuroLearn. He is also Secretary and a member of the American Brain Foundation Board of Trustees. Dr. Smith is active in the Peripheral Nerve Society, where he is a former member of the board of directors.
|Other Training||Johns Hopkins University
|Fellowship||University of Michigan
|Residency||University of Michigan
|Internship||University of Michigan
|Professional Medical||Mayo Medical School
|Undergraduate||University of Virginia
|Other Training||University of Utah Hospital School of Medicine
Physician Executive Course
- Smith AG, Marcus R (2012). Exercise for diabetic neuropathy: a toe in the therapeutic door. Neurology, 26(5), 2104-5.
- Malik R, Veves A, Tesfaye S, Smith AG, CameronN, Zochodne D, Lauria G on behalf of The Toronto Consensus Panel on Diabetic Neuropathy (2011). Small fiber neuropathy role in the diagnosis of DSPN. Diabetes Metab Res Rev, 27(7), 674-684.