David Snyder, MD

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David Snyder, MD
David Snyder, MD

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After graduating from the School of Medicine at the University of Maryland, Dr. Snyder completed his Medical Internship at Charity Hospital (Tulane University) in New Orleans and his Neurology Residency at the University of Maryland Hospital. Following this clinical training he was a Research Fellow at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, which was funded by a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Dr. Snyder then spent several years working in what was probably one of the first comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Centers in the country at St. Barnabas Hospital (Bronx). Following that, he joined N.Y. Neurological Associates P.C., and has since been engaged in the practice of Neurology for over thirty years.

"Because many of my patients have chronic conditions, I have learned that the person I meet today may be someone I will follow for a long time to come. So, it is important for me to develop a relationship with each person who comes to my office, regardless of what they come in for initially. Listening to my patients and putting them at ease, whether I’ll see them again next week, or next year, is critical to developing their trust over the long term. While my subspecialty focus is on multiple sclerosis, I welcome all general neurology patients into my practice."

Education and Training:
  • Case Western Reserve University
    - BA Chemistry, Art History
  • University of Maryland
    - MD
  • Tulane University
    - Internship Internal Medicine
  • University of Maryland
    - Residency in Neurology
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
    - Research Fellow, National MS Society
Board Certification:
  • Neurology
Attending appointments:
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill-Cornell Medical College
  • Lenox Hill Hospital
Clinical Interests:Multiple sclerosis

Languages: English