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Harvey S. Singer

Harvey S. Singer, American pediatric neurology administrator, educator. Diplomate American Board Pediatrics, American Board Neurology & Psychiatry. Recipient numerous research grants National Institutes of Health, Tourette Syndrome Association.


  • Singer, Harvey S. was born on July 16, 1940 in New York City. Son of Edward I. Singer and Grace Masler.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Oberlin College, 1962. Doctor of Medicine, Western Reserve University, 1966.


    • Intern University Illinois Research and Educational Hospital, Chicago, 1966-1967. Pediatric resident Cleveland Metropolitan Hospital, 1967-1970. Major Ireland Army Hospital, Fort Knox, Kentucky, 1970-1972.

      Neurology resident Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1972-1975. Assistant professor Johns Hospkins University School Medicine, 1975-1981, associate professor, 1981-1988, professor department neurology and pediatrics, since 1988, Haller professor pediatric neurology, since 1997. Member medical board Greater Washington Tourette Syndrome Association, Incontinentia Pigmentia Association.

      Member editorial board Movement Disorders Pediatric Neurology.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Pediatrics, American Board Neurology & Psychiatry.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals and chapters to books.


    Fellow Child Neurology Society. Member American Academy Neurology, American Neurological Association, American Academy Pediatrics, Society for Neurosci., Professors of Child Neurology (secretary, treasurer), Tourette Syndrome Association (medical advisory board), Alpha Omega Alpha.



    Hiking, squash, jogging, travel.


    • Married Deborah Feiman, August 22, 1965. Children: Andrew, David.
    • father: Edward I. Singer
    • mother: Grace Masler
    • spouse: Deborah Feiman
    • children: Andrew Singer
    • David Singer
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    Born July 16, 1940