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Office263 Farmington Ave
Farmington, CT 06030Phone(860) 679-4888Fax(860) 679-1153
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- Dr. Leslie Wolfson, MD is a board certified neurologist in Farmington, Connecticut. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Connecticut and New York. He is affiliated with UConn, John Dempsey Hospital and Hartford Hospital.
Education & Training
- Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of MedicineResidency, Neurology, 1967 - 1970
- Georgetown University HospitalInternship, Transitional Year, 1966 - 1967
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva UniversityClass of 1966
Certifications & Licensure
- CT State Medical License 1990 - 2023
- NY State Medical License 1967 - Present
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Neurology
Publications & Presentations
- Response to Letter Regarding Article, "Effects of Intensive Versus Standard Ambulatory Blood Pressure Control on Cerebrovascular Outcomes in Older People (INFINITY)".William B. White, Leslie Wolfson> ;Circulation. 2020 Mar 24
- 52 citationsEffects of Intensive Versus Standard Ambulatory Blood Pressure Control on Cerebrovascular Outcomes in Older People (INFINITY).William B. White, Dorothy Wakefield, Nicola Moscufo, Charles R.G. Guttmann, Richard F. Kaplan, Richard W. Bohannon, Douglas W. Fellows, Charles B. Hall, Leslie Wolfson> ;Circulation. 2019 Nov 12
- 7 citationsRelationships among clinic, home, and ambulatory blood pressures with small vessel disease of the brain and functional status in older people with hypertension.William B. White, Fatima Jalil, Dorothy Wakefield, Richard F. Kaplan, Richard W. Bohannon, Charles B. Hall, Nicola Moscufo, Douglas W. Fellows, Charles R.G. Guttmann, ...> ;American Heart Journal. 2018 Nov 1
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- Intensive Blood Pressure Reduction To Lessen Functional DeclineNational Institute On Aging2011
- Brain Changes And Risk FactorsNational Center For Research Resources2006–2008
- Brain Changes And Risk Factors Causing Impaired MobilityNational Institute On Aging2004–2008
- Training Physical Performance To Improve FunctionNational Institute On Aging1994–1997
- Ficsit Collaborative AnalysesNational Institute On Aging1993
- Training Balance/Strength Of Elderly--Improve FunctionNational Institute On Aging1990–1992
- Teaching Nursing HomeNational Institute On Aging1985–1990
- Abnormalities Of Balance GAIT And Sensorimotor FunctionNational Institute On Aging1987–1989
- Falls In The ElderlyNational Institute On Aging1985–1986