Natan Khishchenko, MD
Neurologist & Neurophysiologist, Rehabilitation & Neurology
Dr. Khishchenko focuses on general outpatient and inpatient neurology, as well as neurophysiology (EMG/EEG studies).
He holds a B.A. in Pre-Medical Studies with a History concentration from Columbia University in New York, New York, an M.B.A. in Health Care Management from the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Rochester. He earned his Doctorate of Medicine with Distinction in Humanities from the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine.
He interned at the Stony Brook Medical Center and did his residency in the Division of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. He completed his Fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
Dr. Khishchenko is board certified in Neurology and a member of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).
He currently serves as a liaison to the Department of Medicine and as part of the GME Education committee at Unity Hospital. He organizes lecture series for Unity Department of Medicine residents. His multiple presentations include resident conferences, CME “Primary Care Evaluation of Common Hand Complaints” (2010) and Unity Hospital Grand Rounds on “Overview of Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System” (2008) and “Seizures and Epilepsy” (2010).
His publications and presentations include:
S. Mogili, U. Lakshmanadoss, G. Datta, J. O’Sullivan & N. Khishchenko : Human Swayback Due to Copper Deficiency. The Internet Journal of Nutrition and Wellness. 2010 Volume 9 Number 2.
Poster presentation titled: New Onset Multiple Sclerosis in a 25 year old Multigravida: A Rare Entity.
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