Dr. Callaghan completed his medical degree and neurology residency at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed a fellowship in neuromuscular disease at the University of Michigan. He also completed a master's degree program in clinical research at the University of Michigan School of Public health.
Areas of Interest
Research: Epidemiology of neuropathy, and health services research of neurologic diseases.
Peripheral neuropathy and neuromuscular disease.
Neurology experts reviewed the latest evidence to offer new recommendations for management of painful neuropathy in diabetes patients.
A new analysis from the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review said the evidence available to date shows moderate effectiveness of two newer drugs for myasthenia gravis—eculizumab and efgartigimod—but found their price exceedingly high and their use not cost-effective.
The number of people experiencing numbness, pins and needles, and burning pain in their feet and toes seems to be on the rise, new research suggests, and some of these folks may be at increased risk for heart trouble.
A new study has found that while the prevalence of neurologic conditions like dementia, stroke, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis (MS) is consistent across the U.S., the distribution of neurologists is not, and people in more rural areas may be less likely to receive specialty care for certain neurologic conditions. The study, funded
Medical School or Training
- University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 2004
- University of Pennsylvania Hospital, Neurology, PA, 2008
- Neurophysiology, University of Michigan Health System, 2009
- Electrodiagnostic Medicine