Internal Medicine/Neurology

 

Tanya C. Warwick, MD

Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology, UCSF
Medical Director Stroke Program – Community Regional Medical Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

    Medical School: Marshall University School of Medicine
    Residency: Vanderbilt University
Neurosonology: Wake Forest University
    Board Certified:

Adult Neurology
Vascular Neurology                 
Certified in Neurosonology ASN

    Awards and Recognitions:

2010 Top Ten Professional Women— Marjaree Mason Center
2009 Who's Who American Physicians
2009 CRMC Physician Chamion Nominee
2008 40 Under 40 Award - Business Street
2007, 2008, 2009  Fresno’s Best Doctors - Fresno Magazine


California Stroke Task Force
California Latino Stroke Task Force
American Heart Association Fresno –Board of Directors
Alpha Omega Alpha Student Research

 

Fellowship—Marshall University John Deaver Drinko

Community Service Award—USPDI Drug Information National Writing

 

Competition
Association for Women in Science Career

 

Enhancement Award
Beta Kappa Chi & Alpha Kappa Mu National Science Honorary
Phi Lambda Upsilon National Honorary Chemical Society
NASA Research Scholarship
Outstanding Women of West Virginia State

    Publications:  
   
  1. Warwick, T., Griffith, J., Reyes, B., Legesse, B., Evans, M.  Effects of Vagus Nerve Stimulation in a Patient with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy and Asperger Syndrome: Case Report and Review of the Literature.  Epilepsy & Behavior. 2007, March. Vol 10(2) pp 344-347.
  2. Warwick, T., Reyes, B. Ayoob, R., Subit, M. Undiagnosed Dandy Walker Malformation Presenting as Acute Brainstem Event in an Adult - A Case Report and Review of the Literature. WV Med J.  2008, Jan-Feb; 104(1): 25–27.
  3. Jubelirer, S., Reyes, B., Broce, M., Abdul-Karim, E., Mimnagh, K., Rosencrance, G., Warwick, T., Emmett, M.  “Pharmacological Thromboembolic Prophylaxis for Medical Patients in a   Tertiary Care, Teaching Community Hospital:  Room for Improvement”.  WV Med J. 2008. Jan-Feb; 104(1): 10 – 4.
  4. Warwick, T., Jami, P., Moningi, V., Moningi, S., Lucas, K., Molokwu, O.  Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome variant in a patient receiving Donepezil and Olanzapine.  Nat Clin Pract Neurol.  2008 Mar; 4(3): 170 – 4.
  5. Warwick, T., et. al.  Effect Neurology Consults on Outcomes in Patients Suffering TIAs after Coronary artery Bypass Grafting.  Am J Med Quality. 2008 Nov/Dec; 23 (6): 457-464.
    Abstracts:  
   
  1. Reyes, B., Broce, M., Warwick, T. et al.  Neurology Consults for Patients Suffering TIAs after CABG Do not appear to reduce Post-op Morbidity : Need of Post-Discharge Care and length of stay.  Circulation. 2007; 115:550-602.
  2. Primary Author – Case Report– Case of Spontaneous Jugular Thrombosis in a patient with Neurofibromatosis.  Presented West Virginia University / Charleston Division Research Day. April 2006. Stephen Jubilerir, M.D., Bernardo Reyes, M.D., Christine Abrenica, MSIV, Sonya. Mody, MSIV.
  3. Primary Author – Case Report – Case of Neovascular Glaucoma in a patient with Retinal Vein Occlusion, Intracranial Vascular Malformations, and Tetrology of Falot. Presented West Virginia University / Charleston Division Reseearch Day. April 2006. Casey Hager, M.D., Enrique Calderon, M.D., Bernardo Reyes, M.D, Sara Zulfiqar, MSIV.
  4. Primary Author – Case Report – Case of Myasthenia Gravis in a patient with pre-existing Polymyositis. .  Presented West Virginia University / Charleston Division Research Day. April 2006. (Honorable Mention) Bernardo Reyes, M.D., Tania Babar, MSIV, Daniel Miller, MS III.
  5. Primary Author – Case Report – Case of Multisystem Atrophy presenting as Primary Progressive Aphasia.  Presented West Virginia University / Charleston Division Research Day. April 2006. Bernardo Reyes, M.D., Jennifer Williams, MSIV, Chad Wright, MSIV.
  6. Primary Author – Case Report - Factor V Leiden Deficiency Presenting as Pseudotumor Cerebrii. .  Presented West Virginia University / Charleston Division Research Day. April 2006. Tarek Zakaria, M.D., Stephen Jubilirer, M.D., Bernardo Reyes, M.D, Justin Harris, MSIV, Chad Wright, MSIV.
  7. Postnatal development of the central visual pathway in the opossum Monodelphisdomestica.  Funded: Alpha Omega Alpha Student Research FellowshipPresented:
    Marshall University School of Medicine Research Day 1999 American Association of Anatomists 1999.
  8. Investigations into the effect of chronic perinatal hypoxia on the volume and cell number within the basal ganglia of the rat brain. Funded:  WV-AWIS Career Enhancement Grant Presented : Marshall University School of Medicine Research Day 1998
  9. Post-mortem and case control Tourette Syndrome study Yale Child Study Center, New Haven CT.
  10. Investigations into the rearrangements of Grignard reagents in the alkylation of glycosyl halides. Funded:  1996 NASA Research Scholarship. Presented: Beta Kappa Chi National Meeting 1996. WV Academy of Sciences 1st Place 1996;  NASA Research Day 1996