Daniel M

Neurology

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Boston University School of Medicine

1984 - 1988

Dartmouth-Hitchcock/Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital

1989 - 1992

Clinical Neurophysiology (N)

Massachusetts General Hospital

Professor and Chair of Neurology

2013 - 2020

Currently Practicing


Board-Certified Attending

Location :

Royal Oak, Michigan


Current Time:

12/01/2020 22:27


About Daniel

Education
University of Michigan

MHSA

Health Services Adminsitration

2018 - 2020

Boston University School of Medicine

MD

Medicine

1984 - 1988

Work Experience
Professor and Chair of Neurology

OUWB School of Medicine

Royal Oak MI

2013 - 2020

DANIEL L. MENKES, MD, MHSA 1986 NORTHLAWN BLVD. • BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009 • (248) 302-5846 • dmenkes@outlook.com EXECUTIVE SUMMARY HEALTH CARE EXECUTIVE & NEUROLOGIST leveraging exceptional business acumen to transform departmental infrastructures, strategically identifying mission-critical opportunities to elevate clinical outcomes, increase quality of care, and eliminate gaps in coverage. Strategic leader demonstrating a resolute commitment to clinical advancement and innovation, empowering colleagues, staff, and students alike in the fulfillment of their truest potential. Multilingual executive harnessing insights derived from extensive world travel and military experience to uphold a globally influenced macro-approach to innovation and problem solving, prioritizing diversity and inclusion as a pathway to success. EDUCATION & TRAINING Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) 2018 – 2020 University of Michigan School of Public Health – Ann Arbor, MI Fellowship in Electromyography & Clinical Neurophysiology 1992 – 1994 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School – Boston, MA Chief Resident in Neurology 1991 – 1992 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Dartmouth Medical School – Lebanon, NH Resident in Neurology 1989 – 1991 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Dartmouth Medical School – Lebanon, NH Internship in Internal Medicine 1988 – 1989 Framingham Union Hospital (Boston University Affiliate) – Framingham, MA Doctor of Medicine (MD) 1984 – 1988 Boston University School of Medicine – Boston, MA Bachelor of Arts (BA), Chemistry 1980 – 1984 Brandeis University – Waltham, MA | Magna cum Laude BOARD CERTIFICATIONS American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology’s Special Qualification in Neuromuscular Medicine Certificate #118 Diplomate | Expires 12/2028 American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology’s Special Qualification in Clinical Neurophysiology Certificate #656 Diplomate | Expires 12/2024 American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine Certificate #1879 Diplomate | Expires 12/2024 American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology Certificate #38660 Diplomate | Non-Expiring National Board of Medical Examiners Diplomate | Non-Expiring DANIEL MENKES dmenkes@outlook.com 2 MEDICAL LICENSURE Vermont State License, # 8052 1989 – Present Massachusetts State License, #75761 1992 – Present California State License, #GFE083399 1996 – Present Indiana State License, #01049335A 1998 – Present Tennessee State License, #31864 1999 – Present Mississippi State License, #16641 1999 – Present Connecticut State License, #046337 2008 – Present Michigan State License, #4301103474 2013 – Present Ohio State License, #35.139056 2020 – Present SELECT AWARDS & HONORS American Academy of Neurology Clerkship Director’s Innovation Award (Inaugural Recipient) 04/2011 American Neurological Association Inductee 09/2008 American Academy of Neurology Teaching Recognition Award 04/2008 American Academy of Neurology Fellow 06/2007 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching (Clinical Neurosciences Course) 05/2006 & 05/2007 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching (Neurology Clerkship Lecturer) 05/2006 & 05/2007 American Academy of Neurology Teaching Recognition Award 04/2004 Medical Student Executive Council Caduceus Award (Best Teacher, 2nd Year Curriculum) 06/2002 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching 05/2001 & 05/2002 SGAEC Award for Best Teacher in the Basic Sciences 05/2001 ACTIVE PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP Massachusetts Medical Society American Medical Association American Academy of Neurology American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (Formerly American Academy of Clinical Neurophysiology) American Neurological Association DANIEL MENKES dmenkes@outlook.com 3 EXECUTIVE EXPERIENCE & ACCOMPLISHMENTS Beaumont Health – Royal Oak, Troy, & Grosse Pointe, MI 2013 – Present System Chair of Neurology • Leveraged robust business acumen to build the Beaumont Health Neurology Department from the ground up, strategically identifying, recruiting, and onboarding top performing specialists in the neurological field in order to drive clinical innovation, improve outcomes, and increase quality of care. o Amplified annual departmental revenue from $ 1M to $7.7 M as a result of exceptional talent recruitment, exceeding budgeted revenue expectations by $1M • Led the department in the achievement of Primary Stroke Center certification, hiring and working closely with the Director of Stroke to elevate internal standards in support of positive outcomes for stroke care. • Oversaw the development of a robust epilepsy program for complex care management in an adult and pediatric patient population, attaining recognition as a Level Four accredited Regional Epilepsy Center. o Acquired magnetoencephalography (MEG) technology to identify the source of epileptic seizures. • Coordinated with multidisciplinary providers to advance seizure monitoring processes in the ICU, stimulating a significant increase in the identification and treatment of undetected seizures. • Achieved ACGME certification for an integrated Neurology Residency Program. • Spearheaded an initiative to augment clinical accessibility for patients with limited schedules, successfully attaining executive buy-in for the expansion of clinic hours to include Saturdays. • Upheld a commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I) throughout talent acquisition, cultivating a multicultural and multilingual team that brought a global perspective to care innovation. University of Connecticut Health Center – Farmington, CT 2008 – 2013 Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory Founder & Director, Neurology Clerkship Director, Neurology Elective • Piloted the transformation of the clinical neurophysiology program, strategically identifying and fulfilling gaps in departmental resources in order to advance procedural capabilities. • Led the development and implementation of a comprehensive neurology clerkship, constructing detailed standard operating procedures (SOPs) that are still utilized by the health system to this day. • Spearheaded the creation of cutting-edge digital learning materials for physicians, nurses and medical students, providing a framework to fortify and reinforce with hands-on clinical experience. • Collaborated cross-functionally with a local hospital to build a neuromuscular fellowship program from the ground up, offering high-level resources to support medical student and physician academic growth. University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center at Memphis – Memphis, TN 1999 – 2008 Director, Neurology Clerkship, Integrated Neurosciences Founder & Course Co-Director, Integrated Neurosciences Course Director, Clinical Neurosciences Faculty Advisor, Special Interest Group in Neurology (SIGN) Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory • Delivered rotational leadership across four Memphis hospitals, revitalizing underperforming clinical infrastructures through the introduction of intraoperative monitoring, evoked potentials, EMG, EEG, and neuromuscular services, among others; transformed the department into a nationally recognized and acclaimed clinical neurophysiology laboratory. • Collaborated to transform the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship across three hospitals • Piloted the turnaround of an outdated and inefficient neurology clerkship program, implementing advanced curricula that significantly increased student test scores; achieved recognition with multiple consecutive teaching awards as a result of an exceptional commitment to student learning. • Served as an inaugural member of the Clinical Teaching Academy for the transformation of the medical student educational mission. University of Louisville School of Medicine – Louisville, KY 1998 – 1999 Director, EMG Laboratory David Grant USAF Medical Center – Travis AFB, CA 1994 – 1998 Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory DANIEL MENKES dmenkes@outlook.com 4 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Beaumont Health – Staff Neurologist – Royal Oak, Troy, & Grosse Pointe, MI 2013 – Present Hartford Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Farmington, CT 2008 – 2013 UConn John Dempsey Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Farmington, CT 2008 – 2013 Memphis VA Medical Center – Staff Neurologist – Memphis, TN 2004 – 2008 Baptist Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Southaven, MS 2000 – 2008 The Methodist Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Memphis, TN 2000 – 2008 The Regional Medical Center at Memphis (The Med) – Staff Neurologist – Memphis, TN 1999 – 2008 Baptist Memorial Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Memphis, TN 1999 – 2008 University of Tennessee Bowld Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Memphis, TN 1999 – 2004 St. Francis Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Memphis, TN 1999 – 2003 Jewish Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Louisville, KY 1998 – 1999 Louisville VA Medical Center – Staff Neurologist – Louisville, KY 1998 – 1999 Norton Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Louisville, KY 1998 – 1999 University of Louisville Hospital – Staff Neurologist – Louisville, KY 1998 – 1999 David Grant USAF Medical Center – Staff Neurologist – Travis AFB, CA 1994 – 1998 MILITARY EXPERIENCE Connecticut Air National Guard – Chief of Aerospace Medicine – Bradley Field, CT 2008 – 2012 Little Rock Air Force Base – Neurologist & Flight Surgeon – Little Rock AFB, AR 2000 – 2008 Kentucky Air National Guard – Flight Surgeon – Louisville, KY 1998 – 2000 Travis Air Force Base – Neurologist & Flight Surgeon – Travis AFB, CA 1994 – 1998 Air Force Personnel Center – Medical Corps & Medical Service Corps – Denver, CO 1984– 1994 CONSULTING EXPERIENCE Consultant – Ad Hoc Medical-Legal Expert – Multiple 1998 – Present White River Junction VA Medical Center – Locum tenens Staff Neurologist – White River Junction, VT 1999 INTERNATIONAL SPONSORSHIP & TEACHING EXPERIENCE “From Neuritis to Neuropathy”– Wuhan, People’s Republic of China 2016 “Diagnostic Assessment of Polyneuropathy” – Wuhan, People’s Republic of China 2015 “Treatment of Pain in Polyneuropathy” – Wuhan, People’s Republic of China 2015 DANIEL MENKES dmenkes@outlook.com 5 SELECT PUBLICATIONS Peer Reviewed: Menkes DL, Pierce RP. Needle EMG Muscle Identification: A systematic approach to needle EMG examination. [Invited Review]. Clin Neurophysiol Pract. 2019; 4:199-211. doi: 10.1016/j.cnp.2019.08.003 Simon AE, Menkes DL. Case Report: Cyclophosphamide as a Rescue Agent in Myasthenic Crisis. Practical Neurology 2019; 19-31. http://practicalneurology.com/pdfs/PN0319_CR_MyasthenicCrisis.pdf Fortunato J, Menkes DL. The Aging Physician: A Practical Approach to Protect Our Patients. Clinical Ethics 2019; https://doi.org/10.1177/1477750919828163 Book Chapters: Aljassem A, Hall L, Spickler M, Menkes DL.. A Practical Approach to the Treatment of Painful Polyneuropathies(Chapter 6) In: Neuromuscular Disorders - Treatment and Management. T. Bertorini (Ed.) Woburn, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann Inc., 2020 [in press] Fortunato J, Wasserman JA, Menkes DL. Medical Definitions of Death. In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Todd K. Shackelford TK and Viviana A. Weekes-Shackelford VA. (eds.), Berlin, Germany: Springer Verlag, 2016, pp. 1-4. Menkes, DL. Management and treatment of painful neuropathies. (Chapter 6) In: Neuromuscular Disorders - Treatment and Management. T. Bertorini (Ed.) Woburn, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann Inc., 2010. Menkes DL. Seizure Disorders. In: The Merck Manual of Medical Information-18th Ed. West Point, PA: Merck and Co. Inc., 2006. Textbooks: Menkes DL (editor) Contemporary Issues in Peripheral Neuropathy: Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2014. Please contact me directly if you would like to receive a full and complete list of my publications. SELECT GRAND ROUNDS PRESENTATIONS “The Guillain Barre Syndrome.” Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, Beaumont Royal Oak, January 25, 2020 “Evidence based medicine approach to the diagnosis of polyneuropathy.” Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, Saint Mary Mercy Hospital, February 12, 2014. “Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy.” Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, William Beaumont Hospital, Oakland University School of Medicine November 6, 2013. “Vaccine associated Guillain Barre syndrome.” Neurology Grand Rounds, Ochsner Health Center, Louisiana State University School of Medicine December 6, 2012. Please contact me directly if you would like to receive a full and complete list of my presentations. ACTIVE RESEARCH Neuromodulation for the treatment of interstitial cystitis. Co-investigator with K Peters, M.D. 2016 – Present Please contact me directly if you would like to receive a full and complete list of my research & grants. DANIEL MENKES dmenkes@outlook.com 6 SELECT TEACHING EXPERIENCE Regional Presentations: The Electrodiagnostic Evaluation of Polyneuropathy. Michigan Society of Electrodiagnostic Technologists. Troy, MI. 2017. Medical School Sponsored with CME: Practical Approach to Electromyography and Neuromuscular Disorders conference, sponsored by the Boston University School of Medicine. Boston, MA. 2019. National Organization Sponsored with CME: “Update in Single Fiber EMG and Concentric Needle EMG in the Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Junction Disorders.” 31st International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN). Washington, District of Columbia. 2018. Directed Student Learning: Electrodiagnostic Predictors of Response to Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Surgery. Faculty advisor to John Fortunato. Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. 2015 – 2016. Academic Advisory: Faculty Advisor, SIGN Group (Special Interest Group in Neurology). University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center at Memphis. 2008 – 2013. Lectures: Delirium, coma, and encephalopathy. OUWB Neurology Clerkship. OUWB School of Medicine. 2020. Mental Status Examination. OUWB Neurology Clerkship. OUWB School of Medicine. 2019. Please contact me directly if you would like to receive a full and complete list of my teaching experience. SELECT PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Councilor, American Clinical Neurophysiology Society 2018 – 2022 Member, OUWB Faculty Due Process Committee 2014 – 2020 Member, OUWB Research Committee 2014 – 2020 A.B. Baker Neurology Education Chairman, American Academy of Neurology 2014 – 2020 Chair, OUWB Student Performance Review Committee 2015 – 2018 Member, OUWB Admissions Committee (Applicant Screener & Interviewer) 2014 – 2016 Please contact me directly if you would like to receive a full and complete list of my professional involvement. SELECT EDITORIAL & REVIEW ACTIVITIES Editorial Board Member, Clinical Neurophysiology Practice Editorial Board Member, Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology Please contact me directly if you would like to receive a full and complete list of my editorial and review work.

Research Interests
  • Clinical Neurophysiology
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Neuromuscular Disease