David Roeltgen, MD
Board Certified in Neurology - American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Certified in Headache - United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
Internal Medicine - York Hospital, York, PA
Neurology - The Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA
Behavioral Neurology - University of Florida, Gainsville, FL
Diseases and Conditions
Other Disorders of the Nervous System
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4 Roosevelt Blvd
Marmora, NJ 08223
Shore Medical Center, Somers Point, NJ
International Neuropsychological Society
Behavioral Neurology Society
American Academy of Neurology
American Headache Society
International Headache Society
Research and Publications
Publications including but not limited to:
Roeltgen DP, Weimer GR, Patterson LF: Delayed neurological complications of left atrial myxoma. Neurology, 31: 8, 1991.
Roeltgen D, Sugar G, Towfight J: Cerebritis due to Clostridium septicum. Neurology, 30: 1257, 1980
Roeltgen DP, Sevush S, Heilman KM: Pure Gerstmann syndrome from a foacl lesion. Archives of Nerology, 40: 46, 1983.
Roeltgen DP, Heilman KM: Apractice agraphia in a patient with normal praxis. Brain and Language, 18: 35, 1983.
Sevush S., Roeltgen DP, Campanella D, Heilman KM: Preserved oral reading in Wernicke's aphasia. Neurology, 33: 755, 1983.
Roeltgen DP, Lacey E: Reading, writing and their disorders. Continuum, 16: 59-68, 2010.
Schneider JS, Roeltgen DP: Gangliosides and neurological diseases. British Medical Journal, 306: 204, 1993.
Roeltgen, DP: Infections and the nervous system in the elderly. Geriatrics, 38: 105, 1983.
Roeltgen DP, Ullrich L: Agraphia, in KM Heilman and E Valenstein, (eds.), Clinical Neuropsychology, Oxford University Press, New York, Fourth edition. 2011.
Roeltgen DP, Bennett C: Superiority of automated autonomic nervous system testing compared to nerve conduction studies in the evaluation of small fiber neuropathy. American Academy of Neurology, San Francisco, April, 2004.
Roeltgen DP, Ross J: XYY Syndrome: a possible model for autism spectrum disorder. American Academy of Neurology, Toronto, April, 2010.
Awards and Honors
Including but not limited to:
National Institutes of Health, Teacher Investigator Development Award, A Neuropsychological Model of Developmental Agraphia, Jan. 1985-July 1998.
National Institutes of Health, Project Award, Prospective Analysis of a Model of Writing and Spelling, Aug. 1986-July 1989.
National Institutes of Health, Clinical Investigator Award, A Neuropsychological Model of Developmental Agraphia, April 1989-Oct. 1990.
Burroughs Welcome Research Travel Fellowship, Model of Spelling and Disorders of Spelling, Grant to Work with Professor Tim Shallice, University College of London, July-Aug., 1991.