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Curriculum Vitae
Richard L. Taylor, M.D., F.A.A.N.

DATE OF BIRTH:
March 23, 1949
PLACE OF BIRTH: Atlantic City, New Jersey
BUSINESS ADDRESS: Taylor Medical Group
22 West Road - Suite 101
Towson, Maryland 21204-2388
Telephone 410-823-3600
Facsimile 410-823-3605
Web Site: www.taylormedicalgroup.com
PROFESSION:
Neurology Electroencephalography (EEG) Electrodiagnostics (Evoked Potentials, EMG)
EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

June 1967 -
Salutatorian, Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania Research Assistant, Baltimore Cancer Research Center, N.C.I., Baltimore Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with Honors, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) with Honors, University of Maryland Sch. of Medicine 1st Year Resident in Medicine, Mercy Hospital, Baltimore Awarded credit for completion of one year equivalent of Residency in Psychiatry upon finishing "Combined Accelerated Program in Psychiatry" sponsored by the Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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EDUCATION AND TRAINING (Continued):

July 1975 to June 1976 -
University of Maryland Hospital, Baltimore
AWARDS AND HONORS:

1966 - Cum Laude Society (Mercersburg Academy)
1970 - Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society
(Johns Hopkins University)
1971 - Phi Beta Kappa (Johns Hopkins University)
1974 - Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
(University of Maryland School of Medicine)
1975 - Certificate of Honor (University of Maryland
School of Medicine)
1975 - Cum Laude Society (University of Maryland
School of Medicine)
1977 - Chief Residency, Neurology Department
(University of Maryland Hospital)
1985 - Elected as a Fellow, American Academy of
Neurology
2001 - Physician Fellow, American Academy of Medical
Management
1978 to CURRENT - Physician's Recognition Award by the
American Medical Association
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES:

1975 - Licensed to practice medicine, State of Medical Examiners (Certificate # 158819) 1978 - Certified in Neurological Computed Tomography, American Society of Neuroimaging 1980 - Board Certified Diplomate in Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. (Certificate # 20585) 1986 - Board Certified in EEG, American Board of Electroencephalography, Inc. (Cert. # 309) 1992 - Board Certified in Clinical Neurophysiology, Amer. Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Inc. (Cert. # 199) Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL APPOINTMENTS:

Volunteer Physician, Md. Health Claims Arbitration Panel Alternate Delegate, Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland House of Delegates (1977 to 1982) Member, Baltimore City Sub-Area Council, Central Maryland Member, Diagnostic & Therapeutic Technology Assessment Panel of American Medical Association (1982 to 1990) Member, Medical Advisory Board, State of Maryland Motor Member, Board of Trustees, Medical Alumni Association, Univ. of Maryland School of Medicine (1990 to 2000) (Chairman, Finance Committee, 1991 to 1992) (Treasurer, 1992 to 1997) (Vice President, 1997 to 1998) (125th President, 1999 to 2000) Member, Board of Visitors, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore (July 1999 through June 2004)
ATTENDING HOSPITALS (ADMITTING AND/OR CONSULTING PRIVILEGES):

(Member, Medical Executive Committee) (Treasurer, Medical Staff) Greater Baltimore Medical Center (Towson, MD) Saint Joseph Hospital (Towson, MD) Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital (Towson, MD & Ellicott City, MD)
CLINICAL, TEACHING FACULTY, AND ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS:

July 1978 to Sept. 1980 - Chief, Neurology Section, Fort Howard
V.A. Medical Center, Fort Howard, MD
July 1978 to Jan. 1981 - Clinical Instructor, Department of
Neurology, Univ. of Maryland School
of Medicine and Hospital, Baltimore, MD
January '81 to June '86 - Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of
Neurology, University of Maryland
School of Medicine and Hospital,
Baltimore, MD
July '86 to June '93 - Clinical Associate Professor of
Neurology, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, Balto., MD
1995 to June 2001 - Chief Executive Officer,
Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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CLINICAL, TEACHING FACULTY, AND ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS (Continued):

1997 to 1999 - Clinical Investigator,
Innovative Medical Research, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland 1978 to PRESENT - President and Chief Executive Officer,
Taylor Medical Group, Towson, Maryland
1980 to PRESENT - Chief of Electroencephalography,
Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, MD
1987 to PRESENT - Chief, Division of Neurology,
Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, MD
Jan 1993 to PRESENT - Medical Director, Clinical Neurophysiology,
Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Towson, MD
July 1993 - PRESENT - Clinical Professor of Neurology, University
of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS, ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL:

Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society
American Academy of Neurology (Fellow)
American Board of Electroencephalography (Associate)
American Electroencephalographic Society
American Medical Association
Baltimore County Medical Society
Maryland Neurological Society
Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland
Phi Beta Kappa Society
Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity (Life Member)
Private Medical Care Foundation (Fellow)
TEACHING ACTIVITIES:

Fall 1977 - "Neurology Course for Physical Therapists"
given for Department of Physical Therapy of
the University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
1978 to 1980 - Attending neurologist, supervising neurology
residents in Neurology Clinic (1 day/week)
University Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
1979 to 1981 - Neurology teaching rounds with medical interns
and residents (3 months/year), Union Memorial
Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
1983 to 1990 - Lectures in clinical neurology topics (approx.
bi-monthly) for medical interns and residents,
Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
1980 to PRESENT - "Topics in Neurology" lectures (weekly) for
3rd & 4th year medical students, University of
Maryland School of Medicine
Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS – JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Polyamine Synthesis and Accumulation in the Castrated Rat
Uterus After Estradiol-17β Stimulation. D.H. Rus- sell and R.L. Taylor. Endocrinology, Vol 88, June 1971, pp. 1397-1403. Ultrastructural Changes in Vitro of Rat Liver Nuclei in Response to Polyamines. E. Gfeller, D.N. Stern, D.H. Russell, C.C. Levy, and R.L. Taylor. Z. Zellforsch, Vol 129, 1972, pp. 447-454. Increased DNA Associated with Rat Liver Nucleoli When Isolated with Spermidine. D.H. Russell, C.C. Levy, and R.L. Taylor. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., Vol 41, April 1972, pp. 212-217. Progressive Bulbar Weakness. R.L. Taylor. Clini-Pearls, September 1979, pp. 2-3. Ropinirole for the Treatment of Early Parkinson's Disease. C.H. Adler, K.D. Sethi, R.A. Hauser, T.L. Davis, J.P. Hammerstad, J. Bertoni, R.L. Taylor, et. al. Neurology, Vol 49, No 2, August 1997, pp. 393-399.
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS - TEXTBOOKS:

Somatic Therapies. R.L. Taylor. Authored Chapter Nine in
the textbook: Psychiatric Clinical Skills in Medical Practice, edited by G. Balis and L. Wurmser. Butterworth, 1978, pp. 205-222.
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS - ABSTRACTS AND LETTERS:

Enhanced Polyamine Synthesis in Ovariectomized Rats After
17β-Estradiol Administration. D.H. Russell and R.L. Taylor. Amer. Zoologist, August 1970, p. 113. Nucleolar RNA Polymerase Activity in Response to Polyamines. D.H. Russell, C.C. Levy, R.L. Taylor, E. Gfeller, and D.N. Stern. Federation Proceedings, Vol 30, 1971, p. 236. Paraplegia After Surgery for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. R.L. Taylor. J.A.M.A., Vol 234, December 29, 1975, p. 1319. Complex Partial Seizures vs. Schizophrenia. R.L. Taylor. J.A.M.A., Vol 238, July 18, 1977, pp. 210-211. Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS - ABSTRACTS AND LETTERS (Continued):

A Computer Repository of Neurological Decision-making Know-
ledge. J. Reggia, T. Pula, T. Price, and R.L. Taylor. Annals of Neurology, Vol 10, July 1981, p. 83. Magnesium Sulfate for AIP Seizures. R.L. Taylor. Neurology (Ny), Vol 31, October 1981, (No. 10), pp. 1371-1372. A Computer Repository of Neurological Decision-making Know- ledge. J. Reggia, T. Pula, T. Price, and R.L. Taylor. Trans. ANA, (R. Duvoisin - Ed.) Vol 106, 1981, pp. 129-132. Authorial Excess. R.L. Taylor. Archives of Neurology, Vol 41, April 1984, (No. 4), p. 362. Metastatic Hemiballism Again. R.L. Taylor. Neurology (Cleveland), Vol 34, August 1984, (No. 8), p. 1126.
SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES:

Computed Tomography. R.J. Taylor, R.L. Taylor, and
F.M. Isaacson. Med-Chi Annual Meeting, May 1978.
Headache - Evaluation and Treatment. R.L. Taylor,
R.J. Taylor, and F.M. Isaacson.
Med-Chi Annual Meeting, May 1979.
High Resolution CT Scanning. F.M. Isaacson, R.L. Taylor,
and R.J. Taylor. Med-Chi Annual Meeting, April 1981.
A Computer Repository of Neurological Decision-making Know-
ledge. J. Reggia, T. Pula, T. Price, and R.L. Taylor.
Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the
American Neurological Association, San Francisco,
September 14, 1981.
Brain Death - Facts and Fallacies. R.L. Taylor & J.C.
Evelius. Lecture/conference presented at Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, September 19, 1984. Complex Partial Seizure Disorders. R.L.Taylor. Grand Rounds Lecture presented at Springfield State Hospital, Sykesville, Maryland, April 19, 1985. Parkinsonism Made Simple - Cause and Treatment. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented to Parkinsonian Society of Greater Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, June 19, 1986. Movement Disorders Made Simple. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented to Medical Staff at Taylor Manor Hospital, Ellicott City, Maryland, April 14, 1988. Binswanger's Disease. R.L. Taylor. Clinical Discussant at Medical Case Conference, Saint Joseph Hospital Towson, Maryland, April 26, 1989. Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES (Continued):

Seizures and Psychiatry. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented at
Sheppard-Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, February 21, 1989. Encephalopathies. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented at Sheppard-Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, March 14, 1989. Neuropsychiatric Diseases - I. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented at Sheppard-Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, December 26, 1989. Neuropsychiatric Diseases - II. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented at Sheppard-Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, January 23, 1990. Neuropsychiatric Diseases - III. R.L. Taylor. Lecture presented at Sheppard-Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, May 15, 1990. Update in Neurology (Of Interest To Psychiatry). R.L.Taylor. Grand Rounds presented at Sheppard-Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, April 24, 1996. R.L.Taylor. Medical Grand Rounds presented at Kaiser- Permanente, Baltimore, Maryland, June 2, 1997.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

Stroke - The Four Billion Dollar Disease. R.L. Taylor.
Baltimore Northwest Star, February 11, 1981, pp. 14-15. Causes and Symptoms of Stroke. R.L. Taylor. East Baltimore Guide, January 22, 1981, p. 17. Epilepsy. R.L. Taylor. Baltimore Radio Reading Service Medical News (Health Education Page), Baltimore, August
CLINICAL RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

Oxiracetam in the Treatment of Patients with Cognitive Impairment Associated with Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type (GDS Stage 3/4). R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator. (SmithKline Beecham Protocol 107823/C7202, 1990-1991) Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Richard L. Taylor
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CLINICAL RESEARCH ACTIVITY (Continued):
Safety and Efficacy of Long Term Use of Oxiracetam in the Treatment of Patients with Cognitive Impairment Associated with Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type. R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator. (SmithKline Beecham Protocol 107823/C7202A, 1990-1991) A Double-blind, Placebo Controlled, Parallel Group Study of Oral Doses of Ropinirole for Six Months in the Treat- ment of Early Parkinsonian Patients Not Treated With L-Dopa. R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator. (SmithKline Beecham Protocol 101468/054, 1992-1994) A Double-blind, Placebo Controlled 6-Month Extension Study To Evaluate the Long Term Efficacy and Safety of Ro- pinirole in Early Parkinsonian Patients Not Receiving Dopaminergic Therapy. R.L. Taylor, Prinicpal Investigator. (SmithKline Beecham Protocol 101468/055, 1992-1994) A Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled 12-Month Safety & Efficacy Trial of 120, 240, and 360 mg TID of Idebenone (CV-2619) in Patients With Probable Alzheimer's Disease. R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator (IMR). (Takeda America Protocol PNFP-001, 1997) A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Parallel Group Study To Evaluate Three Dose Levels (5, 10, & 20 mg) of Sumatriptan Nasal Spray in the Acute Treatment of a Single Migraine Attack in Adolescent Migraineurs 12 -17 Yrs of Age. R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator (IMR). (Glaxo-Wellcome Research Protocol, 1997) The Safety and Efficacy of MK-0966 For Prevention Of Alzheimer's Disease in Patients At Risk R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator (IMR). (Merck & Co. Research Protocol 078, 1998) A Multi-Center Randomized Placebo Study of Magnetic Stimulation For Treatment Of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy. R.L. Taylor, Principal Investigator (in Baltimore). (Michael I. Weintraub, M.D., Lead Investigator, New York, 2000-2001)
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