Dr. Elisabeth J. Rushing
Neuropathologist | Neuropathology6825 16th St Nw Washington DC, 20306
Dr. Elisabeth Rushing is a Neuropsychiatrist practicing in Washington, DC. Dr. Rushing studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats mental disorders attributable to diseases of the nervous system. Neuropsychiatrists are trained to treat disorders occurring in patients due to irritability, attention deficit disorder, epilepsy, and many other conditions.
Education and Training
Med Coll of Ga Sch of Med, Augusta Ga 1980
Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University 1980
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP- Neuropathology
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN
- Radiation change versus recurrent astrocytoma: diagnostic utility of the proliferation index?
- Subependymomas: clinicopathologic study of 14 tumors.
- Mouse tumor model for neurofibromatosis type 1.
- Prognostic value of proliferation index and expression of the RNA component of human telomerase (hTR) in papillary meningiomas.
- Alpha-synuclein expression in central nervous system tumors showing neuronal or mixed neuronal/glial differentiation.
- Proliferative activity in craniopharyngiomas: clinicopathological correlations in adults and children.
- Ablation of NF1 function in neurons induces abnormal development of cerebral cortex and reactive gliosis in the brain.
- Infections of the nervous system.
- Widely invasive solitary fibrous tumor of the sphenoid sinus, cavernous sinus,
- Spinal cord malignant astrocytomas. Clinicopathologic features in 36 cases.
- Radiologic-pathologic correlation: hemangioblastoma.
- Alpha-internexin expression in medulloblastomas and atypical teratoid-rhabdoid tumors.
- From the archives of the AFIP: medulloblastoma: a comprehensive review with radiologic-pathologic correlation.
- Neuropathology of the brain and spinal cord in human West Nile virus infection.
- West Nile poliomyelitis.
- Armed Forces Inst Of Path, Neuropathology; Vet Affairs Med Ctr, Neurology; Johns Hopkins Bayview M C, Internal Medicine
- Georgetown University Hospital
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