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Walker Lee Robinson, American Neurological surgeon, administrator. Diplomate American Board Neurosurgery, American Board Pediat. Neurosurgery. Named Distinguished alumni Fund for Education Excellence, 1991, Honoree, Afram Expo-Urban Superior vena cava syndrome, 1989, 97, Distinguished Alumni Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 1997; Paul Harris fellow Rotary International, 1990; grantee National Institutes of Health, 1991.

Background

Robinson, Walker Lee was born on October 13, 1941 in Baltimore. Son of Edward Findol and Wilma Lee (Walker) Robinson.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Morgan State College, 1962. Doctor of Medicine, University Maryland, 1970.

Career

Captain United States Army, El Paso, Texas, 1962-1964. Manager C & P Telephone –°ompany, Baltimore, 1964-1966. Intern surgery Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York, 1970-1971.

Resident neurosurgery University Maryland, University Hospital, Baltimore, 1971-1974, 75-76. Fellow neurology University London, England, 1974-1975. Director neurotrauma University Maryland, Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, 1989-1991, 94-95.

Head pediatric neurosurgery University Maryland, 1978-1997, associate professor neurosurgery and pediatrics, 1989-1997. Acting chairman division neurosurgery University Maryland Medical School, 1989-1992. Director pediatric neurosurgery New Jersey Neurosci.

Institute, Edison, since 1997. Professor department neuroscience Seton Hall University School Graduate Medical Education, 1997. Consultant National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, 1985-1991, N.I.N.C.D.S., Bethesda, 1983-1991, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, since 1997.

Member editorial board Journal of the National Medical Association, Washington, 1985-1987. Chairman membership committee American Association Neurosurgery, Chicago, 1991-1995. Member medical executive committee Shock Trauma Center, 1994-1996.

Membership

Bd.d irs. East Baltimore Community Corporation, 1978-1985, Variety Club of Baltimore,1989-1990, Urban Cardiology Research Center, Baltimore, 1987-1991. Fellow American College of Surgeons, American Academy Pediatrics. Member American Society Pediatric Neurosurgery (chairman ethics & legal committee since 1996), Baltimore Urban Superior vena cava syndrome Foundation (president 1986-1987), Clarence Green Neurosurg.

Society (president 1984-1988), U. Missouri Med.Sch. Black Faculty and Staff Association (president 1989-1990), State Medical Association(legislation committee 1990-1992).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, golf, basketball.

Connections

Married Mae Elizabeth Meads, April 9, 1966. Children: Kimberly, Walker Junior.