Frederick G. Langendorf, MD
Dr. Langendorf is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Minnesota, and participates in medical education from the first year of medical school through fellowship training. He is Director of the Residency Program in Neurology. He has practiced at HCMC for over 20 years and directs the seizure program, including the Seizure Clinic, EEG monitoring and vagus nerve stimulation.
Dr. Langendorf is currently Assistant Chief of Neurology at HCMC as well as Chairman of the HCMC/MMRF Human Subjects Research Committee. Dr. Langendorf's interests include epilepsy, electroencephalography, medical education, and medical problems of instrumental musicians. He is on the editorial board of Medical Problems of Performing Artists.
Columbia University, NY, USA
Neurology, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA
Electroencephalography, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA