- Dr. Correa is a Neurologist and Chief of Neuroscience & Rehabilitation Center at DDEAMC and Major in the US Army Medical Corp. He is also a Clinical Investigator and Supervisor on several ongoing studies at DDEAMC and in collaboration with Morehouse School of Medicine, Madigan Army Medical Center and Georgia Regents University. He is a voting member of the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Additionally, Dr. Correa oversees neurology physician assistants at the Winn Army Community Hospital and lends his expertise in the EEG Lab at Charlie Norwood VA (CNVAMC). He was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Neurology at both the MCG, and the USUHS. At DDEAMC he serves as an Instructor of Neurology for Residency training and has reformatted the resident, and clerkship curriculums.
Prior to joining the staff at Eisenhower, Dr. Correa completed his Neurology residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine via the F. Edward Hébert Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP).
Most recently this last July he served as Staff Neurologist on the VI Annual Neurological Mission to the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest Tena, Napo, Ecuador. While an undergraduate at the University of Mary Washington, MAJ Correa served as a Medical Translator for the Penn State Pediatric Mission to Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde Children's Hospital, Guayaquil, Ecuador and participated in academic and scientific endeavors as a Contributing Author & Laboratory Assistant. This summer Dr. Correa will return to Ecuador as a volunteer neurologist with the Clinical Epilepsy Medical Mission to Hospital José Maria Velasco.
Clinical Specialties & Interests
- Neurology: General Neurology
- Clinical Interests: Post-Traumatic Epilepsy; Stroke; Movement Disorders; Headache (24) and Migraine Disorders; Sleep Disorders
Education & Medical Training
- Howard University College of Medicine
- National Capital Consortium (Bethesda MD)
- University of Mary Washington (UMW)
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Certifications & Licensure
- GA State Medical License2012 - 2015
- VA State Medical License2010 - 2016
- American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyNeurology, 2012, Current
Awards, Honors, & Recognition
- America's Top Physicians- NeurologyConsumers' Research Council of America, 2014
- Army Achievement Medal2012
- Health Professions Scholarship ProgramF. Edward Hébert Armed Forces, 2004-2008
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Publications & Presentations
- Glucose-dependent insulinotropic peptide-overexpressing transgenic mice have increased bone mass. Xie D, Zhong Q, Ding K, Cheng H, Williams S, Correa D, Bollag W, Bollag R, Insogna K, Troiano N, Coady C, Hamrick M, Isales CM., Bone, 5/1/2007
- Glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide receptor knockout mice have altered bone turnover. Xie D, Cheng H, Hamrick M, Zhong Q, Ding KH, Correa D, Williams S, Mulloy A, Bollag W, Bollag RJ, Runner RR, McPherson JC, Insogna K, Isales CM., Bone, 12/1/2005
- Ranolazine-induced myopathy in a patient on chronic Statin therapy. Correa D, Landau M. E., Journal of Clinical Neuromuscular Disease, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, 3/1/2013
- Electroencephalographic hypersynchrony in a child with night terrors. Williams S, Correa D, Lesage, S, Lettieri, C., Sleep and Breathing., Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, 7/1/2012
- Mercury exposure in ancient Latin America: lessons for a changing industrial world. Correa, D, Newmark J., American Academy of Neurology, Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, 4/1/2011
- DDEAMC Institutional Review Board and Scientific Review Committee Primary Voting Member 2013 - Present
- Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders and Epilepsy Editorial Board Member 2014 - Present
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