Neuroimmunology of movement disorders; Immune mechanisms in autism; Pediatric movement disorders (Tourette syndrome, stereotypies, other)
Dr. Harvey Singer focuses on general child neurology with a principal interest in caring for children with movement disorders.
Dr. Singers research focuses on clinical problems, such as pediatric movement disorders, Tourette syndrome and motor stereotypies. He also focuses on therapeutic trials for movement disorders and the identification of genetic biomarkers, and studies of the underlying pathophysiology. He also actively studies autoimmune mechanisms in autism.
Dr. Harvey Singer received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University Medical School. He completed his internship in pediatrics at the University of Illinois Research and Educational Hospital. He completed his residency in pediatric at Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital followed by a residency in child neurology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.