David Rankine, MD, ABPN Neurologist (Adult/Pediatric)

Neuro-Ophthalmolgist

Education

Graduate/Professional School:
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Medical Degree, May 26, 1984
Undergraduate:
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Bachelor of Medical Science, 1982
University of New Brunswick, Sociology Honors program, 1977-1979
Residency:
Combined three years of Neurology Residency
Emergency Department coverage
Basic neuroscience’s teaching of medical residents
Third year clinical tutorials
Second year Neuroanatomy demonstrator, clinical tutorials, and
teaching neurology clinical skills

Third year Neurology Residency
Elective-Neuro-radiology (1 month), Sunnybrook Health Services Centre, Toronto, Canada
-Neuro-Ophthalmology (1 month), Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
Ward Service (3 months)
Consults and outpatient clinic (6 months)

Second Year Neurology Residency
Epilepsy clinic and Video EEG Telemetry (3 months)
Neuropediatrics (3 months)
Neuropathology (4 months)
Neuromuscular/EMG (3 months)

First year Neurology Residency
Ward and patient care management
Organization of weekly Neurology In-service Rounds and Grand Rounds
Morbidity and Morality Rounds every three to four months

Resident V, Neurology (Resident lll), Memorial University of Newfoundland, July 1988-Dec 1989
Resident IV, Neurology (Resident ll), Memorial University of Newfoundland,July 1987-June 1988
Resident lll, Neurology (Resident l), Memorial University of Newfoundland, July 1986-June 1987
Resident ll, Internal Medicine, July 1985- June 1986
Straight Internship, Internal Medicine, June 1984- July 1985

Fellowships:
Neuro-Ophthalmology Fellow, Medical College of Virginia, January 1, 1990 – June 30, 1991
Neurology Fellowship Completed, December 31, 1989

Neuro-Ophthalmology Fellowship:
Eye Movement Laboratory-performing and interpreting EOG
Weekly Neuro-Ophthalamology case, Neuroradiology, and neurophysiology rounds
Undergraduate teaching of neurological clinical skills
Postgraduate teaching of Neuro-Ophthalmology,
Neurology and Neurosurgery residents

Associations

Board Certification:

The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology,

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:

American Academy of Neurology, 1986- present
American Medical Association, 1995-present
North American Neuro-Ophthalmologic society (NANOS), 1990-present
Hamilton County Medical Association, 1995- present
Tennessee Medical Associations, 1995 - present
Clinical TMS Society, Inc., 2014-present
Canadian Neurological Society, 1987- present