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  • Yale Neurosciences Institute
    Yale Physicians Building
    800 Howard Avenue, Ste Lower Level
    New Haven, CT 06519

Norman Werdiger, MD, FAAN (Neurology)

Neurology, Memory Disorders & Cognitive Neurology, Neuromuscular Medicine, Movement Disorders, Stroke, Headache
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Patient type treated
Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From physicians only
Board Certified in
Neurology

Biography

Norman Werdiger, MD, assistant chief of neurology for Yale New Haven Hospital, treats patients with a wide range of neurological disorders and problems. He has particular interests in public health and in the neurological complications of medical disorders.

An associate clinical professor of neurology at Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Werdiger is excited about promising research that is expected to lead to better treatments, including clinical trials for patients with Alzheimer's Disease.

“As the result of advances in medical and neurological research, technology and pharmacology, we now have effective prevention and treatment strategies for many potentially disabling disorders, including acute stroke, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and migraine headaches,” Dr. Werdiger says. “It is also possible to imagine realizing effective preventive and treatment strategies for many other disorders in the near future.” Dr. Werdiger has been recognized as a Connecticut Magazine Top Doctor.

Titles

  • Medical Services Provider
  • Asst Chief Neurology Y-NHH
  • Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology

Education & Training

  • Post graduate years 3-5 residency training
    Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC (1982)
  • Post graduate years 1 and 2 residency training
    Jefferson University Medical Center, Phila, PA (1979)
  • MD
    Cornell University (1977)

Additional Information

Biography

Norman Werdiger, MD, assistant chief of neurology for Yale New Haven Hospital, treats patients with a wide range of neurological disorders and problems. He has particular interests in public health and in the neurological complications of medical disorders.

An associate clinical professor of neurology at Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Werdiger is excited about promising research that is expected to lead to better treatments, including clinical trials for patients with Alzheimer's Disease.

“As the result of advances in medical and neurological research, technology and pharmacology, we now have effective prevention and treatment strategies for many potentially disabling disorders, including acute stroke, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and migraine headaches,” Dr. Werdiger says. “It is also possible to imagine realizing effective preventive and treatment strategies for many other disorders in the near future.” Dr. Werdiger has been recognized as a Connecticut Magazine Top Doctor.

Titles

  • Medical Services Provider
  • Asst Chief Neurology Y-NHH
  • Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology

Education & Training

  • Post graduate years 3-5 residency training
    Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC (1982)
  • Post graduate years 1 and 2 residency training
    Jefferson University Medical Center, Phila, PA (1979)
  • MD
    Cornell University (1977)

Additional Information

  • Yale Neurosciences Institute
    Yale Physicians Building
    800 Howard Avenue, Ste Lower Level
    New Haven, CT 06519