Barbara Giesser, MD, Neurology, Santa Monica, CA


Neurology Santa Monica, CA

Neuroimmunology/Multiple Sclerosis

Clinical Professor of Neurology(Emeritus) David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine

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  • Dr. Barbara Giesser is a neurologist in Los Angeles, CA and is affiliated with the Pacific Neurocience Institute . She received her medical degree from University of Texas Medical School and has been in practice for 39 years. She specializes in neuroimmunology/multiple sclerosis and is experienced in multiple sclerosis, and neuroimmunology (multiple sclerosis).

Education & Training

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Jacobi Medical CenterResidency, Neurology, 1979 - 1983
  • Albert Einstein - Montefiore Medical CenterInternship, Internal Medicine, 1978 - 1979
  • University of Texas Medical SchoolClass of 1978

Certifications & Licensure

  • CA State Medical License
    CA State Medical License 2002 - 2022
  • AZ State Medical License
    AZ State Medical License 1992 - 2002
  • NJ State Medical License
    NJ State Medical License 1984 - 1991
  • NY State Medical License
    NY State Medical License 1979 - 2021
  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Neurology

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Best Doctors in America Best Doctors
  • Super Doctor

Clinical Trials

Publications & Presentations


Press Mentions

  • COVID-19 Articles and Resources
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  • New Subtype of MS Affects Different Areas of the Nervous System
    New Subtype of MS Affects Different Areas of the Nervous SystemSeptember 1st, 2018
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