Alfred Harrison is a renowned neurologist who has dedicated his life to helping those suffering from neurological disorders. He received his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco, and completed his residency at Stanford University Medical Center. After completing his training, he began working as a neurologist in private practice in the Bay Area.
Throughout his career, Alfred has been an advocate for neurological research and treatment. He has published numerous articles on the subject and has lectured extensively on topics such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. He also serves on several boards that focus on neurological health and research.
In addition to his clinical work, Alfred is actively involved in teaching medical students about neurology. He regularly lectures at universities across the country and is a frequent guest speaker at conferences related to neurology. His passion for teaching has earned him numerous awards throughout his career including the American Academy of Neurology’s Teacher of the Year Award in 2019.Alfred is also committed to giving back to the community by providing free or low-cost care to those who cannot afford it.