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David B. Rosenfield, M.D. directs the Speech and Language Center as well as the EMG and Motor Control Laboratory in the Houston Methodist Neurological Institute, Houston Methodist Hospital. As Professor of Neurology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, he is a practicing neurology clinician as well as a physician-scientist who investigates speech-motor disruption and music/sound processing of the brain. Dr. Rosenfield has an active neurology practice, has published numerous scientific articles on speech and language, and holds joint appointments at the Shepherd School of Music, Rice University and the Department of Communication Disorders, University of Houston. In addition, Dr. Rosenfield formerly wrote a book review column for several years, has published two medical-espionage novels, and co-authored a screen play to be featured at a film festival (in Austin) focusing on mental illness.

Research interests

Dr. Rosenfield is engaged in basic, clinical, and translational research pertaining to how the brain processes speech-motor output. His laboratory focuses on stuttering and utilizes clinical and animal models pertaining to this disorder. He has been consistently funded by both the NIH and private agencies since 1982.

Education/Academic qualification

Neurology, Clinical Fellowship, Duke University Medical Center

Jul 1 1972Jun 30 1974

Award Date: Jun 30 1974

Neurology, Residency, University of Iowa

Jul 1 1970Jun 30 1972

Award Date: Jun 30 1972

MD, University of Illinois at Chicago

… → May 31 1970

Award Date: May 31 1970

Research Area Keywords

  • Clinical Care
  • Neurosciences
  • Systems Medicine & Bioinformatics

Free-text keywords

  • Stuttering
  • Neurology
  • Speech disorders
  • Speech-motor control


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