Kevin A. Kerber, M.D., is a Professor in the Department of Neurology. He received his medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, and a masters degree in Health and Healthcare Research from the UM Rackham Graduate School. He completed residency training in at the University of Michigan, and fellowship training in neuro- otology UCLA (Director, Robert W. Baloh, M.D). He currently is the Director of the Department of Neurology Dizziness Clinic. He was the Course Director of the Neuro-otology sessions at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (2017-2020).
Dr. Kerber's research focuses on health services research on the topic of dizziness. His long-term goal is to optimize outcomes and efficiencies for patients with dizziness and the healthcare system. His projects have used various designs including clinical epidemiology of dizziness, clinical decision rule (risk-stratification) development for acute dizziness presentations, interventional implementation science (including quantitative and qualitative methods), and patient-oriented behavioral science. For his research, Dr. Kerber was awarded the 2013 Derek Denny-Brown Neurological Scholar Award, American Neurological Association from the American Neurological Association.
Areas of Interest
Health services research and clinical epidemiology. Working to define current practice and discover, develop, validate, and implement processes that optimize meaningful outcomes and contribute to a sustainable healthcare system.
Evaluation of patients with dizziness and/or imbalance.
Medical School or Training
- University of South Carolina School of Medicine, 2000
- University of Michigan Health System, Neurology, MI, 2004
- Neuro-otology, Department of Neurology, UCLA, Medical Center, 2005