Dr. Dougherty

Dr. John Dougherty, a leading neurologist and creator of the COGselftest (CST), is available for speaking engagements and educational opportunities. Please contact us for scheduling.

John H. Dougherty, Jr., M.D.

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

EDUCATION:
Undergraduate: University of North CarolinaChapel Hill, North Carolina

B.A., English, 1963 – 1967

Medical School: University of Tennessee Medical SchoolMemphis, Tennessee

M.D., 1973

Internship: Intern, Medicine, University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1973-74
Residency: Assistant Resident, Medicine, University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1974-75
Postgraduate Training: Fellow, Neurology (Cerebrovascular Disease), New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, New York City, 1975-76Resident, Neurology, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical          Center, 1976-79
PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND HONORS:
Educational Awards: Lange Medical Publications Book Award for excellence in Basic Science curriculum, UT Memphis, 1972Roche Award for excellence in Clinical Medicine curriculum, UT Memphis, 1973

Faculty Award, Department of Medicine, UT Memphis, 1973

Alpha Omega Alpha, 1973

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, National Institutes of Health, 1975-80

Civic Awards: Leadership Knoxville, a program to familiarize selected civic leaders with social and governmental organizations in the community, 1990-91Greater Knoxville Mental Health Professionals Diamond Award for distinguished service to those with mental illness, 1992

Caring Spirit Award, awarded by the Alzheimer’s Association to those who display compassion and caring spirit in treating Alzheimer’s patients and their family. September 2006

BOARD CERTIFICATION: Eligible, Internal Medicine, 1978Certified, Neurology, 1979
MEDICAL LICENSURE: Tennessee MD #8309, 1973 – presentNew York, 1975 (inactive)
SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS: American Academy of Neurology, Active Member, 1979-present.Knoxville Academy of Medicine, 1980-present.

Tennessee Medical Society, 1980-present.

American Medical Association, 1980-present.

New York Academy of Science, active member, 1987-present.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS: Associate Professor of Medicine, Neurology, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN  July 2009 – presentClinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Neurology, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine,  July 2007 – June 2009

Clinical Assistant Professor Medicine, Neurology, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, September 1980 – June 2007

Assistant Professor of Neurology Department of Neurology, Cornell University Medical Center, New York City, 1979-1980

Clinical Instructor, Neurology, Physician to Outpatients, New York Hospital,

1975-1976

PRESENT HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS: University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, Active StaffSt. Mary’s Medical Center, Knoxville, Courtesy Staff

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, Knoxville, Courtesy Staff

PRACTICE/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Knoxville Neurology Clinic,   1980-present2200 Sutherland Ave.

Knoxville, TN  37919

 


VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS AND INVITED LECTURES

  1. American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, East Tennessee Chapter, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 10-11, 1981. Course Title: Third Annual Neuroscience Nurses Seminar: Spinal Cord Injury. (“Acute Management of Spinal Cord Injuries”).
  1. American Academy of Neurology, 34th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 1982. Course Title: Cerebrovascular Disease. (“Platelets and Prostaglandin: Their Role in Strategies for Stroke Prevention”).
  1. The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, East Tennessee Chapter, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 1982. Course Title: Fourth Annual Neuroscience Nurses Seminar: Disorders of Cognition (“Primary Dementias”).
  1. The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, East Tennessee Chapter, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 8-9, 1983. Course Title: Fifth Annual Neurosurgical Nurses Seminar: Cerebrovascular and Tumor Management. (“Pathophysiology of Cerebral Ischemia”).
  1. Tennessee Society of Internal Medicine, Regional Scientific Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, October 1983. Course Title: Newer Therapeutic Approaches for Practicing Internists. (“Clinical Approaches to Transient Ischemic Attacks”).
  1. Tennessee Nurses Association, Johnson City, Tennessee, April 1984. Course Title: Alzheimer’s Disease: An Introduction. (“Cognitive Disorders in the Elderly”).
  1. Conference on Neurological-Orthopedic Problems, Athens, Greece, June 1984. (“Surgical Decisions as Influenced by Intra-Operative Somatosensory Evoked Response Testing During Corrective Surgery for Scoliosis”).
  1. Conference on Neurological-Orthopedic Problems, Crete, Greece, June 1984. (“Ischemic White Matter Disease: CAT Scanning vs. NMR”).
  1. The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, East Tennessee Chapter, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 6-7, 1984. Course Title: Sixth Annual Neuroscience Nurses Seminar: Topics in Neurology. (“Disorders of Movement in Parkinson’s Disease”).

10.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association-University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Knoxville Unit, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 13-14, 1984. Course Title: First Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium (“The Clinical Assessment of Dementia”).

11.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association-The University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Knoxville Unit, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 1985. Course Title: Second Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Support for the Alzheimer’s Disease Victim: Medical Management”).

12.  The University of Tennessee College of Medicine and Cole Neuroscience Foundation Symposium, Knoxville, October 1986. Course Title: Recent Advances in the Understanding and Management of Parkinson’s Disease and Related Movement Disorders. (“Basic Pathophysiology of Disorders of Movement”). Course Director.

13.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association-The University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Knoxville Unit, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 1986. Course Title: Third Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Dementia Evaluation and Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease”).

14.  Knoxville Academy of Medicine Continuing Education Symposia, University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences, Knoxville, November 1986. Course Title: KAM-Ed. (“Stroke: New Concepts in Diagnosis and Management”).

15.  East Tennessee Area Agency on Aging – Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee, April 1987. Course Title: Third Annual Symposium on Alzheimer’s Disease. (“Managing Behavioral Problems in Alzheimer’s Patients”). Panel Member.

16.  The University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, May 1987. Course Title: Tenth Annual Family Practice Update and Review Course. (“New Advances in the Understanding of Cerebrovascular Disease: Subcortical Ischemic Disease”)

17.  Neurologic Intensive Care Continuing Education Symposia, Knoxville, Tennessee, June 1987. Course Title: Acute Neurologic Emergencies. (“Brain Death and Persistent Vegetative State”).

18.  Neurologic Intensive Care Continuing Education Symposia, Knoxville, Tennessee, August 1987. Course Title: Acute Neurologic Emergencies. (“Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma”).

19.  Knoxville Academy of Medicine, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 2, 1987. Course Title: Symposium on AIDS. (“The Neurologic Manifestations of Acquired Immunodeficiency Disease”).

20.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 12-13, 1987. Course Title: Fourth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Clinical Differential Diagnosis of the Primary Dementias”).

21.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association –  University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 17-18, 1988. Course Title: Fifth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“The   Differential Diagnosis of Dementia”).

22.  Far West Medical Group Conference, Andrews, North   Carolina, June 20, 1989. (“Chronic Dementias”).

23.  East Tennessee Horizons show, Channel 2, WSJK/WKOP, Knoxville, Tennessee, July 28, 1989. Host: Chris Williams.  Topic: Alzheimer’s disease.

24.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association –  University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville,   Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 9-10, 1989. Course Title:  Sixth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Clinical Manifestations and Differential Diagnosis of the Demented Patient”).

25.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 8-9, 1990. Course Title: Seventh Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Clinical Strategies for the Evaluation of the Patient with Dementia”).

26.  Alzheimer’s Day Treatment Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, 1990-present. Quarterly Training Class for Caregivers.  (“Overview of Dementia”).

27.  University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville,   Health View symposium, Tellico Village, Tennessee, November 20, 1991. (“The Effects of Aging on the Brain”).

28.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association, April 21-28, 1992. Course Title: Caring for the Elderly with Cognitive Impairment. (“Understanding the Manifestations of Dementia”).

29.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November 19-20, 1992. Course Title:  “Ninth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium.” (“Pharmacological Treatment of the Patient with Dementia”).

30.  University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, May 3-5, 1993. Course Title:  Sixteenth Annual Family Practice Update and Review Course.  (“Differential Diagnosis of Dementia” and “Headaches: Diagnosis and Management”).

31.  Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians, October 26-29, 1993.  Course Title: 45th Annual Assembly and Scientific Program.  (“Alzheimer’s Disease: Treatment Options”).

32.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association, May 17, 1993. Course Title: Clergy Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease.  (“Alzheimer’s Disease: The Medical Process”).

33.  American Academy of Family Practice, Home Study Self-Assessment Program, Dementia Program No. 179, March 1994.

34.  St. Mary’s Medical Center Associates Program, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 24, 1994. (“Exercise Physiology and Wellness”)

 

35.  The Doctor Bob Show, Channel 21, WTNI, Knoxville, Tennessee, January 5, 1995. Host: Bob Overholt. Topic: Alzheimer’s Disease.

36.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association, April 18-25, 1995. Course Title: Caring for the Elderly with Cognitive Impairment. (“Overview of Alzheimer’s Disease”).

37.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 1-2, 1995. Course Title: Eleventh Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“A Practical Clinical Assessment of the Alzheimer’s Patient”).

38.  Continuing Education Grand Rounds – Lakeshore Mental Health Institute, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 4, 1995. (“Disorders of Movement”).

39.  Continuing Education Grand Rounds – Department of Family Practice, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville Tennessee, October 23, 1995. (“The Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma”).

40.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, May 2-3, 1996. Course Title: Twelfth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium (“Recent Advances in the Clinical Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease”).

41.  Tennessee Academy of Family Practice, Knoxville, Tennessee, June 3, 1996. (“Recent Advances in the Clinical Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease”).

42.  Continuing Education Grand Rounds – Ft. Sanders Regional Medical Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, June 28, 1996. (“Recent Advances in the Clinical Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease”).

43.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 9-10, 1997. Course Title: Thirteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium, Approaching the 21st Century (“Parkinson’s and the Non-Alzheimer’s Degenerative Dementias”).

44.  The Doctor Bob Show, Channel 21, WTNI, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 5, 1998. Host: Bob Overholt. Topic: Alzheimer’s Disease.

45.  Mini Medical School Program. University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Tennessee. February 19, 1998. “Alzheimer’s Disease.”

46.  University of Tennessee Medical Center – Outreach Medical Education Program. February 23, 1998. Tellico Village, Tellico, Tennessee. “Alzheimer’s Disease.”

47.  University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine and Continuing Education, Park Vista Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, May 20-23, 1998. Course Title: Twenty-first Annual Family Practice Update and Review Course. (“Differential Diagnosis and Management of Alzheimer’s Disease”).

48.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – East Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Park Vista Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 8-9, 1998. Course Title: Fourteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Varied Clinical Presentations of Dementia”).

49.  University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Medicine and Continuing Medical Education. The Third Annual Clinical Approach to Internal Medicine, L’G.’s on the River, Sevierville, Tennessee, July 29-31, 1998. (“The Diagnosis and Management of Alzheimer’s Disease”). (“The Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma”).

50.  Tucson Consciousness Conference, Tucson, Arizona – April 27-May 2, 1998. “Nonhomogeneities in Visual Evoked Potentials Identifies Thalamic Gating Demonstrating Parallel Processing that Occurs During Different Levels of Attention in Man.”

51.  Second Annual University of Tennessee Medical Center Research Day – Knoxville, Tennessee, May 21, 1998. “Nonhomogeneities in Visual Evoked Potentials Identifies Thalamic Gating Demonstrating Parallel Processing that Occurs During Different Levels of Attention in Man.”

52.  Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 8, 1999. Course Title: The Fifteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium (“Case Studies in the Diagnosis and Management of the Dementia Patient”).

53.  University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Medicine and Continuing Medical Education. Knoxville, Tennessee. September 24, 1999. “Acute Ischemic Stroke: Care in the First Three Hours.”

54.  Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – East Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Park Vista Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 2000. Course Title: Fifteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium. (“Alzheimer’s Disease and the Biology of Consciousness”).

55.  Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 6, 2000. Course Title: The Sixteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium (“Alzheimer’s Disease and the Biology of Consciousness”).

56.  Dougherty, JH, Dougherty, LI. Social Work Office of Research and Public Service – University of Tennessee College of Social Work Professional Continuing Education Program, University of Tennessee/William T. Snyder Classroom, Knoxville Center Mall, Knoxville Tennessee, November 11, 2000. “Psychology of the Aware Ego and the Challenges of Bringing that Awareness to Relationships”

57.  Cole Neuroscience Center and Electrical Engineering Department – University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, December, 2000. “A software Package for Signal Processing of Visual Evoked Potential Signals.”

58.  Licata, CA, Dougherty, JH, Stanonik, MDL. “Anosognosia and Alzheimer’s Disease”.
Poster Presentation, Research Day, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, 2001.

59.  de Leonni-Stanonik M, Dougherty, JH, Licata CA, Hutson, K, Hubner, K, Smith, G.
”Anterior cingulate cortex dysfunction in mild alzheimer’s disease revealed by fMRI and the counting stroop test”. Poster Presentation, Research Day, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, 2001.

60.  Licata, CA, Dougherty, JH, Stanonik, MDL. “Anosognosia and alzheimer’s disease –
a new diagnostic instrument”. Poster Presentation, Alzheimer’s disease Symposium, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 2001.

61.  Licata, CA, Johnson, MG, Blaze, DA, Dougherty, JH. “Personality differences and
thinking styles”. Poster Presentation, Towards a Science of Consciousness, Skovde, Sweden, 2001.

62.  Dougherty, JH, Dougherty, LI. Social Work Office of Research and Public Service – University of Tennessee College of Social Work Professional Continuing Education Program, United Way Building, Knoxville Tennessee, May 14-15, 2001. “Psychology of the Aware Ego and the Challenges of Bringing that Awareness to Relationships”

63.  Licata, CA, Dougherty, JH, Stanonik, MDL. “The CAS-AD: A new screening Instrument for Anosognosia in Alzheimer’s Disease”. Poster Presentation, Towards a Science of Consciousness, Skovde, Sweden, 2002.

64.  Dougherty, JH, Dougherty, LI. Social Work Office of Research and Public Service – University of Tennessee College of Social Work Professional Continuing Education Program, United Way Building, Knoxville Tennessee, May 13-14, 2002. “The Freedom to Choose: Developing Our Aware Ego”.

65.  de Leonni–Stanonik, KF Hubner, GT Smith, RK Hutson, JA Thie, CA Licata, RA Rule, JD Dougherty Jr. “Abnormalities of selective attention in mild AD as shown by FDG-PET”. Podium Presentation at the Society for Nuclear Medicine Annual Conference, June 2002.

66. de Leonni-Stanonik, RK Hutson, KF Hubner, GT Smith, RA Rule, JD Dougherty Jr. Impairments in selective attention and anosognosia evaluated with the Counting Stroop Test in mild Alzheimer’s disease patients using fMRI. Presentation at Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Conference, June, 2002.

67.Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – East Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knox County Association of Baptists Guthrey Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, April 10, 2001. Course Title: Caring for the Elderly with Cognitive Impairment (A Practical Training for Professional Providers, Volunteers and Family Caregivers).

68.Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate       School of Medicine. The Eighteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium, Gatlinburg,       Tennessee, June 4, 2002. Course Title: The Diagnosis and Management of the Alzheimer’s       Patient.

69. Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association – East Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tennessee, November 19, 2002. Course Title: Alzheimer’s Disease: “The Silent Epidemic” (Alzheimer’s Disease and the impact on African Americans).

70. Oglesby, Lisa L., Handler, Leonard, Ph.D., Dougherty, Jr., John H. M.D. “Using the Rorschach to Differentiate Types of Dementia in Alzheimer’s Disease: Two Case Studies”. Paper Presentation, Society for Personality Assessment, Mid-Winter Meeting, San Francisco, California, March 22, 2003.

71. Dougherty, JH, Dougherty, LI. Social Work Office of Research and Public Service – University of Tennessee College of Social Work Professional Continuing Education Program, Wood Auditorium, University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee, April 14, 2003. “Modern Neuroscience for the Clinician: The Biology of Human Cognition and Emotion”.

72. Oglesby, Lisa L., Handler, Leonard, Ph.D., & John H. Dougherty, Jr., M.D. “Using the Rorschach to Differentiate Types of Dementia in Alzheimer’s Disease: Two Case Studies”. Poster presentation, Nineteenth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 3, 2003.

73. Dougherty, JH, Dougherty, LI, de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Licata, CA. “Neurobiology of Human Consciousness: The Biology of Human Cognition and Emotion.” Continuing Education Presentation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, September 21, 2003.

74. Dougherty, JH, Dougherty, LI, de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Licata, CA. “Neurobiology of Human Consciousness: The Biology of Human Cognition and Emotion.” Continuing Education Presentation, University Studies Faculty Centripetals, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, January 21, 2004. Reference: University Studies. Website: http://notes.utk.edu/bio/unistudy.nsf/0/49dba876aa9f728485256d7b00509aa0?OpenDocument

75. Oglesby, Lisa L., Handler, Leonard, Ph.D., Dougherty Jr., John H. M.D. “Modifications of  Exner’s Rorschach Administration in Alzheimer’s Disease”. Paper Presentation, Society for Personality Assessment, Mid-Winter Meeting, Miami, Florida, March 13, 2004.

76. Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern Tennessee Chapter – Second Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Tennessee and Martin Luther King, Jr. community Center, Alcoa, Tennessee, May 20th and 25th, 2004. Course Title: Caring and Coping “Together We Make A Difference” (A Practical Training for Professional Providers, Volunteers and Family Caregivers.

77. Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine. The Twentieth Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June 7, 2004. Course Title: “Non-Alzheimer’s Dementias” and “New Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease”.

78. Oglesby, Lisa L., Handler, Leonard, Ph.D., Dougherty Jr., John H. M.D. “Exploring the Cognitive Triad and Depression in Alzheimer’s Disease.” Paper Presentation, Society for Personality Assessment, Mid-Winter Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 2005. (Submitted, pending acceptance.)

79. Dougherty Jr., John H., M.D., Dougherty, LeAnne I., D.S.W., de Leonni-Tanonik, Mateja, Ph.D. Planetary Collegium. 6th International Research Conference (Consciousness Reframed 2004), Beijing, China, November 24-27, 2004. “The Neurobiology of the Aware Ego: Redifining the Self”.

80.  Licata, CA, de Leonni Stanonik M, Aquino, JC, Dougherty JH Jr. 2004. Loss of awareness in Alzheimer’s disease (AD): considerations of lack of insight and tort law in the United States.  Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Prevention of Dementia. June: 146.

81.  Oglesby, Lisa L., Handler, Leonard, Ph.D., Dougherty Jr., John H. M.D. “Exploring the Cognitive Triad and Depression in Alzheimer’s Disease.” Paper Presentation, Society for Personality Assessment, Mid-Winter Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 2005. (Submitted, pending acceptance.)

82.  Licata, CA, de Leonni Stanonik M, Aquino, JC, Konz, A, Dougherty JH Jr. 2006. Loss of awareness in Alzheimer’s disease (AD): insight and legal liabilities in the United States. Towards a Science of Consciousness. Tucson, Arizona. March: 178.

83.  Licata, CA, de Leonni Stanonik M, Dougherty JH Jr. 2006. The Cole Anosognosia Scale for Alzheimer’s disease (CAS-AD): the development of an instrument for measuring anosognosia in alzheimer’s disease.  The 10th International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders. Madrid, Spain. July: 275.

84.  Nicholas, C., Robertson, S., Gawrysiak, M., de Leonni Stanonik, M., Dougherty, J., Nash, M. R., Hopko, D. R.(2007). Effects of exposure therapy on brain functioning in a war veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

85.  Sullivan, Laura and John H. Dougherty, A Classic Presentation of Wernicke Encephalopathy. Poster presentation at the American College of Physician Tennessee Chapter Meeting, Nashville, TN September 2008.

86.   John H Dougherty, Rex Cannon, Andrew Dougherty, Lorin Hall, Jennifer Janowitz, Felicia Hare 2008.  “The computer Self- Test (CST): A Computerized Internet Accessible Cognitive Screening Test for Dementia” Poster Presentation, The International Alzheimer’s Association Conference Chicago, IL   July 27-31 2008

87.  Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern Tennessee Chapter – University of Tennessee Graduate       School of Medicine. The Twenty-fifth Annual Alzheimer’s disease Symposium, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 2008. Course Title: “The Diagnosis and Management of the Alzheimer’s Disease”, “Driving in Alzheimer’s disease.”

88.  Grand Rounds – Bristol Regional Medical Center. Bristol, TN, August 4, 2009. Course Title: “Evaluation and treatment of early Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment.”

COMMITTEES AND OFFICES HELD:

Knoxville Epilepsy Foundation, Medical Advisory Board, (1981-1983)

 

Multiple Sclerosis Society, Medical Advisory Board, (1984-1992)

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Chairman, Department of Medicine, (1983-1984)

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Pain Management Center, Medical Co-Director, (1985-1988)

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Health Dynamics Board, (1988-1992)

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Quality Management Committee, Chairman, 1993

St. Mary’s Medical Center Board, 1992-1994

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Executive Committee, Chairman, 1994

St. Mary’s Medical Center, Chief of Staff, 1994

U. T. Medical Center: Knoxville, Tennessee, Secretary of Medical Staff, 1999

U. T. Medical Center: Knoxville, Tennessee, Medical Staff Executive Committee, 1999

Alzheimer’s Day Treatment Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Medical Director, (1985-2000)

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association, Eastern Tennessee Chapter, Medical Advisory Board, (1984-present)

Cole Neuroscience Foundation, Board of Directors, (1982 – present)

UT Medical Center: Knoxville, Tennessee.  Co-Medical Director Brain and Spinal Institute, (2003-present)

UT. Medical Center: Knoxville, Tennessee.  Medical Director, Cole Neuroscience Center, (1998 – present)

Medinteract:  A company committed to the education of professional and lay persons in order  to increase the understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia. — specializing in new early diagnostic screening for Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment. Principal/Co-founder, VP of Research. (Founded 2004) www.medinteract.com (2004-present)

PROFESSIONAL and TEACHING ACTIVITIES

 

PhD

Dissertation Committee Member for Thomas Gilbert Buller,  Ph.D, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1994. Title: Personal Identity and Advance Directives.

 

Chairman, Dissertation Committee for Mateja De Leonni Stanonik,  Ph.D, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, May 2002. Title: Investigation of Cognitive Impairments Using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) in Patients with Mild Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

Dissertation Committee Member for Lisa Oglesby,  Ph.D, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, May 2006. Title: Depression, Cognition, and Anosognosia in Alzheimer’s Disease.

 

Chairman, Dissertation Committee for Charles A Licata,  Ph.D, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, May 2009. Title: Psychometric Development of an Instrument for the Diagnosis and Assessment of Anosognosia in Alzheimer’s disease.

 

Dissertation Committee Member for Rex Lee Cannon,  Ph.D Dissertation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Dissertation defense 10/23/09.Title: Functional Connectivity of EEG LORETA in cortical core components of the self and the default mode of brain.

 

 

PhD Candidates

 

Dissertation Committee Member for Christopher Nicolas,  Ph.D Dissertation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Dissertation Defense 2010. Dissertation Title: “Functional neuroimaging of cognitive function in pediatric head injury.”

 

Dissertation Committee Member for Michael J. Gawrysiak,  Ph.D Dissertation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Dissertation Defense 2010, Dissertation Title: “Behavioral Activation Treatment for Depression: An fMRI investigation.

Dissertation Committee Member for Jennifer Janowitz– PhD student, Educational Psychology. Proposed Dissertation:Cognitive Capacity and Driving Skills in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease As Assessed by Driving Simulation. University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville Tennessee. Dissertation defense 2011.

RESEARCH AND OTHER EXTERNAL SUPPORT:

  1. “The efficacy of adjunctive treatment with deprenyl (Eldepryl) in the management of mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease #3076” Somerset Pharmaceuticals Principal Investigator: John H. Dougherty, Jr., M.D. (1988-90)
  1. “A research program to study the efficacy and safety of nimodipine on a compassionate basis to delay or prevent deterioration in patients with primary degenerative dementia” Miles Pharmaceutical Co-Principal Investigators: Joseph E. Fuhr, Ph.D., John H. Dougherty, Jr., M.D. (1988-91)
  1. “Open label safety program for dementia patients who have received Tacrine (CI-970) under controlled conditions under an approved IND” Parke Davis/Warner Lambert Pharmaceuticals Principal Investigator: John H. Dougherty, Jr., M.D. (1991-92)
  1. “A treatment IND protocol for the use of Cognex (tacrine hydrochloride) for the management of patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s dementia” Parke Davis/Warner Lambert Pharmaceuticals Principal Investigator: John H. Dougherty, Jr., M.D. (1992-94)
  1. Cole Neuroscience Gift Fund – Established by the Robert H and Monica M Cole Foundation to provide resources to ensure continued excellence in research and education related to neurological disease. – UT/GSM – Principal Investigator – John Dougherty, M.D. ($42,400.00)
  1. Thompson Alzheimer’s Research Fund – Support Alzheimer’s disease care, research, and education. – UT/GSM – Principal Investigator – John Dougherty, M.D. (Funding 150,000.00, 2007)
  1. Monica M. Cole Neuroscience Gift Fund – Support neuroscience teaching, research and public service initiatives. – UT/GSM – Principal Investigator – James Neutens, Ph.D., Co-principal Investigator – John H. Dougherty, M.D. (173,500.00)
  1. Robert H. Cole Endowed Chair in Neuroscience – Support programs and research of the chair focused on neuroscience. – UT/GSM – Endowment Chair – George Kabalka, Ph.D., Board Member Cole Neuroscience Center – John Dougherty, M.D. (Committed-1 million  Endowed Chair in Neuroscience)
  1. Cole Neuroscience Clinic Gift Fund – Support training, educational materials, research grants and staff of the Cole Neuroscience Center – UHS – Principal Investigator – John Dougherty, M.D. (Funding 96,790.00)

10.  Neurology Gift Fund – Supports advanced Neurology training, technology, and research – UHS – Principal Investigator – John Dougherty, M.D

11.  Movement Disorders Clinic Gift Fund – supports patient education in Movement Disorders – UHS – Principal Investigator – Michelle Brewer, M.D., Co-Principal Investigator – John Dougherty, M.D.

12.   ELN115727-301: A Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group, Efficacy and Safety Trial of Bapineuzumab (AAB 001, ELN115727) in Patients with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease who are Apolipoprotein E ε4 Non-Carriers; John Dougherty M.D.-Principal Investigator (Jan 2008 – Present )

 

13.  ELN115727-302: A Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group, Efficacy and Safety Trial of Bapineuzumab (AAB-001, ELN115727) in Patients with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease who are Apolipoprotein E ε4 Carriers; John Dougherty M.D.-Principal Investigator (Jan 2008 – Present)

 

14.  Novartis CCAD106A2202: A 52-week, multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group study in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease (AD) to investigator the safety and tolerability of repeated subcutaneous injections of CAD106; Co-Principal Investigator (Dec. 2008 – Present )

 

15.  Pfizer B1451027: A Phase 3, Multi-center, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Study to Evaluate the Safety and Tolerability of Dimebon (PF-01913539) For Up To 26 Weeks in Patients with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease; Sub-Investigator – John H. Dougherty, M.D. (March 2009 – Present )

16.  Driving Simulation: Computer simulated driving research to investigate at-fault driving errors  with Alzheimer’s diseased patients. (Collaboration with Department of Transportation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tennessee) Funded Privately by The Lederer Family Foundation  to support ongoing research at Cole Neuroscience Center. Researcher: Jennifer Janowitz,  Principal Investigator: John H. Dougherty, Jr. M.D. (June 2009 – present) (funding: 106,000.00)

17.  Alzheimer’s Genetic Research: A genetic research collaboration with Vanderbilt Genetic Medicine Department to study genetic markers in Alzheimer’s Disease. Researcher: Dr. Haines Principal Investigator: John H. Dougherty, Jr. M.D. (June 2009 –  present). (NIH funding, Vanderbilt University Department of Genetics)

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES:

  1. Dougherty JH, Levy DE, Weksler BB: Platelet activation in acute cerebral ischemia. Lancet 1:821-824, 1977.
  1. Petito CK, Gottlieb GJ, Dougherty JH, Petito FA: Neoplastic angioendotheliosis:              Ultrastructural study and review of literature. Ann Neurol 3:393, 1978.
  1. Dougherty JH, Fraser RAR: Complications following intraspinal injections of steroids. J  Neurosurg 48:1023, 1978.
  1. Dougherty JH, Levy DE, Weksler BB: Experimental cerebral ischemia produces platelet        aggregates. Neurology 20:1460, 1979.
  1. Volpe BT, Dougherty JH: Normal CAT scans in cranio-pharyngioma. N Engl J Med 300:437, 1979 (letter).
  1. Dougherty JH, Rawlinson D, Levy DE, Plum F: Hypoxic-ischemic brain injury and the vegetative state: Clinical and neuro-pathologic correlation. Neurology 31:991, 1981.
  1. Levy, DE, Dougherty JH, Rawlinson D, Weksler BB, Plum F: Treatment of electrogenically induced platelet aggregation. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 1:295-296, 1981.
  1. Ruff, RL, Dougherty JH: Evaluation of acute cerebral ischemia for anticoagulant therapy: Computed tomography or lumbar puncture. Neurology 31:736-740, 1981.
  1. Dougherty JH, Rawlinson D, Levy DE, Ruff R, Goldberg L, Weksler BB: Experimental cerebral ischemia produced by extracranial vascular injury: protection with indomethacin and prostacyclin (PGI2). Neurology 32:970-974, 1982.

10.  Alexopoulous GS, Inturrisi CE, Lipman R, Frances R, Haycox J, Dougherty JH, Rossier J: Plasma immunoreactive B-endorphin levels in depression. Arch Gen Psychiatry 40:181-183, 1983.

  1. Powers LB, Dougherty JH: Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type: clinical overview. J Tenn Med Assoc 78:13-15, 1985.
  1. Switzer RC, Martin TL, Campbell SK, Dougherty JH, and Eisenstadt ML: Iron and ferritin in the neuritic plaques of Alzheimer’s disease. Neuroscience Abstracts 12:32, 1986.

13.  Kotsoris H, Barclay LL, Kheyfets S, Hulyalkar A, Dougherty JH: Urinary and gait disturbances as markers for early multi-infarct dementia. Stroke 18:138-141, 1987.

14.  Hurlbut BJ, Lubar JF, Switzer R, Dougherty JH, Eisenstadt ML: Basal forebrain infusion of HC-3 in rats: Maze learning deficits and neuropathology. Physiol Behav 39:381-393, 1987.

15.  Madigan RR, Linton AE, Wallace SL, Dougherty JH, Eisenstadt ML, Powers LB, Zimmerman AW: A new technique to improve cortical-evoked potentials in spinal cord monitoring: A ratio method of analysis. Spine 330-335, 1987.

  1. Hofer, Archin N, Osmand AP, Dougherty JH, Wells C, Bouras C, Morrison JH: Posterior cortical atrophy in Alzheimer’s  Disease: Analysis of a new case and re-evaluation of a historical report. Acta Neuropathologica 86:215-223, 1993.
  1. Swerdlow RH, Parks JK, Davis JN, Cassarino DS, Trimmer PA, Currie LJ., Dougherty J, Bridges SW, Bennett JP Jr, Wooten, GF, Parker WD: Matrlineal inheritance of complex I dysfunction in a multigenerational Parkinson’s disease family. Ann Neurol 44:873-881, 1998.

18. de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Dougherty, JH Jr.  The Placebo Effect – How to trick the brain into feeling no pain. Isis. 40(7):66-68, 2002.

19.  de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Dougherty, JH Jr., Thie JA.  Degree of fractal behavior as a diagnostic aid in image analyses. Submitted to Zdravstveni Vestnik, June 29, 2002: accepted for publication.

20.  de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Dougherty Jr, JH, Hubner, KF, Smith GT, Hutson, RK.  Anosognosia in mild Alzheimer’s disease: revelations by FDG-PET.  Eur. J. Neurology 2002:9(Suppl 2); 42.

21.  de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Dougherty, JH, Licata CA. “Self-Test: Brief Statistically Valid
Screening Tool For Dementia Requiring Minimal Professional Supervision”. International Psychogeriatrics (2005), 17:669 -678

22.  Y Zhou, John H. Dougherty Jr, Karl F. Hubner, Bing Bai, Rex L. Cannon, R. Kent Hutson, “Abnormal connectivity in the posterior cingulate and hippocampus in early Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment” Journal of Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Vol 4, Issue 4: 265-270 (July 2008)

ABSTRACTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Dougherty JH, McIntyre N, Weksler BB: Assessment of platelet activation in relation to acute thrombotic events. Blood 46:1021, 1975 (abstract).
  1. Dougherty JH, Levy DE, Weksler BB: Platelet activation in acute cerebral ischemia. Neurology 26:347, 1976 (abstract).
  1. Dougherty JH, Levy DE, Weksler BB: Experimental cerebral ischemia produces platelet aggregates. Neurology 27:382, 1977 (abstract).
  1. Dougherty JH, Levy DE, Weksler BB: Platelet activation in acute cerebral ischemia. Lancet 1:821-824, 1977.
  1. Weksler BB, Dougherty JH: Detection of circulating platelet aggregates in cerebrovascular and coronary artery disease. In: Day, JH, Holmsen H, Sucker MB (eds.), Platelet Function Testing, DHEW Publication No (NIH) 78-1087, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1978, p. 410.
  1. Dougherty JH, Rawlinson D, Levy DE, Plum: Hypoxic-ischemic brain injury and the vegetative state: Clinical and neuro-pathologic correlation. Neurology 29:591, 1979 (abstract).
  1. Dougherty JH, Levy DE, Weksler BB: Platelet activation in acute cerebral ischemia. (Reprint) V. Colfarit-Symposium, Stuttgart, Germany, 1980.
  1. Dougherty JH, Simmons JD, Parker J: Subcortical ischemic disease: Clinical spectrum and MRI correlation. Stroke 17:146, 1986. (Abstract)
  1. Smith G, Hubner KF, Buonocore E, Dougherty JH, Crook JE, Byrd W, Holloway S: Quantitative assessment of blood-brain barrier  (BBB) in dementia with Ga-68 EDTA and positron emission tomography (PET). Society of Nuclear Medicine 33rd Annual Meeting, 1986. (Abstract)

10.  Stannonik, MA, Dougherty, Jr, JH: Poster Presentation Cognitive Evaluation of Patient’s With Memory Loss: Self-Test Vs. Cognitive Capacity Screening Examination: Presented, Science Day, University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, Tennessee. May 2000.

11.  de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Licata, CA, Hubner, KF, Smith, GT, Hutson, RK, Dougherty Jr., JH.  Cerebral glucose uptake in mild Alzheimer’s patients with anosognosia. Information Society 2002, Proceedings C: Cognitive Sciences, pp.191-194, October, 2002.

12.  de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Licata, CA, Stewart, AM, Dougherty Jr., JH. Loss of awareness of symptoms in Alzheimer’s disease (AD): A new clinical instrument for determination of anosognosia in mild AD. Information Society 2002, Proceedings C: Cognitive Sciences, pp.215-218, October, 2002.

13.  de Leonni-Stanonik, M, Dougherty Jr, JH. Alzheimer’s disease and the biology of consciousness. Information Society 2002, Proceedings C: Cognitive Sciences, pp.219-221, October, 2002.

14.  Y Zhou, J. H. Dougherty, R. K. Hutson, K. F. Hubner and D. W. Townsend,“Decreased            Connectivity In the Posterior Cingulate Cortex (PCC) In Patients with Mild Cognitive               Impairment (MCI) and Early Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)”, 5th Leonard Berg Symposium,            Washington University, St. Louis, MO., Oct 7-8, 2005.

15.   J.H.Dougherty, Y Zhou, W. R. Shankle, R. K. Hutson, “Correlation of Neural density and fiber density measurements in early Alzheimer’s disease”, submitted to The 10th International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders, July 2006.

16.   Y Zhou, K. F. Hubner, J. A. Thie, R. K. Hutson, D. W. Townsend, J. H. Dougherty,                 “Optimization of imaging biomarkers for Alzheimer Disease: the power of complementary      FDG-PET and MRI tractography studies”, submitted to Society for Nuclear Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting, (abstract) June 2006.

17.   Y Zhou, R. K. Hutson, J. H. Dougherty, “Diffusion Tensor Images (DTI) confirm abnormal    default-mode conductivity in Alzheimer’s disease”, submitted to International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, May, 2006. (Abstract)