Mark Goldberg, M.D.
Professor of Neurology and Medicine | Director, Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science | Assistant Vice President For Translational Research
Mark P. Goldberg, MD directs the Institute for Integration of Medicine & Science (IIMS), which comprises the academic home for the NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA). Program areas include Clinical Research units, Pilot Projects, Technology and Drug Discovery, Biostatistics and Study Design, Biomedical Informatics, Regulatory Support, and Community Engagement. In addition, IIMS education, training and career development activities include the Master of Science in Clinical Investigation, Translational Science Ph.D. Program, and KL2 Mentored Career Development Program. Dr. Goldberg is a neuroscientist and neurologist with special interest in injury and recovery after stroke.
He also serves as the Assistant Vice President For Translational Research and Principal Investigator of the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) program. Dr. Goldberg is also a professor in the Department of Neurology with a joint appointment in the Department of Medicine.
He previously was a professor of neurology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Before moving to Dallas, Dr. Goldberg was professor of neurology, neurobiology and biomedical engineering at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where he was founding director of the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and led the National Institutes of Health-funded Center for Translational Neuroscience.
At UT Southwestern, Dr. Goldberg guided the formation of the Perot Family Neuroscience Translational Research Center, Texas Institute for Brain Injury and Repair, Haggerty Center for Research on Brain Injury and Repair in Stroke, Neuroscience Nursing Research Center, Center for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Disorders and multiple laboratory research cores. He is a co-founder and executive committee member of the statewide Lone Star Stroke Consortium.
Dr. Goldberg is a fellow of both the American Neurological Association and the American Heart Association.He earned his medical degree from Columbia University after graduating from Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree with honors in biology. He completed his neurology residency at Stanford University, where he was also a postdoctoral research fellow.
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1991
Resident, Neurology Residency Program, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1988
M.D., Columbia University, 1984
B.A., Biology, Harvard University, 1980