Randolph Marshall, M.D., M.S. is the Elisabeth K Harris Professor of Neurology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City, Chief of the Stroke Division, and Attending Neurologist on the Stroke Service at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Marshall received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College in 1982, and his master's and medical degree from the University of California in 1988. After completing his Neurology Residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital he completed 2 years of a Cerebrovascular fellowship with Dr. J.P. Mohr at the Neurological Institute at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical center, then joined the faculty of Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1994.
Dr. Marshall has a clinical practice in Neurology with a focus on cerebrovascular diseases and stroke. He is the also the program director for Columbia's Neurovascular Postdoctoral Fellowship.
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University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
Internship: New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center
Residency: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY
Fellowship: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY
Marshall RS, Zarahn E, Alon L, Minzer B, Lazar RM, Krakauer JW. Early imaging correlates of subsequent motor recovery after stroke. Ann Neurol 2009, 65(5):596-602.
Carrera E, Lee LK, Giannacopoulos S, Marshall RS, Cerebrovascular Reactivity and Cerebral Autoregulation in Normal Subjects, J Neurol Sci 2009;285(1-2):191-4
Carrera E, Kurtz P, Badjatia N, Fernandez L, Claasen J, Lee K, Schmidt JM, Connolly ES, Marshall RS, Mayer SA. Cerebrovascular CO2 Reactivity and Delayed Cerebral Ischemia after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Arch Neurol 2010, 67:434-9.
Lazar RM, Berman MF, Festa JR, Geller AE, Matejovsky TG, Marshall RS. GABAergic but not anti-cholinergic agents re-induce clinical deficits after stroke. J Neurol Sci 2010;292(1-2):72-6.
Marshall RS and RM Lazar. Pumps, aqueducts and drought management: vascular physiology in vascular cognitive impairment. Stroke. 2011;42:221-6. PMID: 21148438
Willey JZ, Stillman J, Rivolta JA, Vieira J, Doyle MM, Linares G, Marchidann A, Elkind MSV, Boden-Albala B, Marshall RS. “Too Good to Treat”? Outcomes in patients not receiving thrombolysis due to mild deficits or rapidly improving symptoms. Int J Stroke 2012 Apr;7(3):202-6; [2011 Nov 22 epub ahead of print]. PMID: 22103880
Giannopoulos S, Katsanos AH, Tsivgoulis G, Marshall RS, Statins and Cerebral Hemodynamics, JCBFM 2012 Aug 29. doi: 10.1038/jcbfm.2012.122. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:22929438
Marshall RS , Festa JR , Cheung YK, Chen R, Pavol MA, Derdeyn CP, Clarke WR, Videen TO, Grubb RL, Adams HP, Powers WJ, Lazar RM. Cerebral hemodynamics and Cognitive Impairment; baseline data from the RECON trial. Neurology 2012 Jan 24;78(4):250-5. Epub 2012 Jan 11 PMID: 22238418
Marshall RS. Effects of altered cerebral hemodynamics on cognitive function. J Alzheimer’s Dis 2012; 32(3):633-42. doi: 10.3233/JAD-2012-120949.PMID: 22842868
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Elisabeth K. Harris Professor of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center
2013 C Miller Fisher lectureship, MGH, Boston