Adult Neurology Faculty
Dr. Morrow is a native of Massachusetts and graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. He completed neurology residency at UCLA Medical Center and neuro-ophthalmology fellowship at University of Toronto. He is interested in disorders of vision and eye movement, dizziness and multiple sclerosis. In addition to his roles as chair and residency program director, he operates laboratories for visual, vestibular and autonomic function at Harbor-UCLA. His primary research interest is in optical coherence tomography and its applications in optic nerve disease, including multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica and intracranial hypertension.
Dr. Mehta completed his MD from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, Faculty of Medicine. He completed his neurology residency from SUNY Buffalo along with fellowships in Stroke/Cerebrovascular Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Neuroimaging. In the area of stroke and cerebrovascular disease he currently studying how vasogenic edema develops post-stroke using neuroimaging as a guide for initiation of potential treatment and prognosis post-stroke. In the area of Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology, his research interests involve Vitamin A and Vitamin D and its effect on MS disease progression, remyelination, and epigenetic changes in MS patients using clinic and neuroimaging techniques.
Dr. Adler is a graduate of Emory University School of Medicine. She completed neurology residency at UCLA Medical Center and neuromuscular fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is director of the EMG lab at Harbor and runs the Neurophysiology fellowship along with Dr. Chang. She has a special interest in disorders including affecting the peripheral nervous system including myopathies, Myasthenia Gravis, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Dr. Chang graduated from the Ohio State University College of Medicine and went on to complete neurology residency and Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy fellowships at Ronald Reagan Medical Center-UCLA. He is director of the EEG lab at Harbor-UCLA and assistant director of the Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship. His interests include transitions of care in epilepsy patients and management of medically refractory epilepsy.
Pediatric Neurology Faculty
Dr. Agnes Chen is a graduate of Boston University School of Medicine. Prior to medical school, she was a transcranial doppler technician at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She completed her pediatric residency and adult and child neurology residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. During residency, she began doing research in neurogenetics, specifically lysosomal storage disorders. She is the principal investigator of a clinical trial of intrathecal enzyme replacement in attenuated mucopolysaccharidosis type I. She joined the faculty of the Division of Pediatric Neurology at Harbor-UCLA in 2007.
Dr. Megan Langille is from Long Island, NY. She completed her medical degree at University of Southern California, pediatric residency training at Harbor UCLA and child neurology fellowship at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She developed an interest in autoimmune conditions of the central nervous system and was awarded a clinical fellowship from the National MS Society which she completed at USC MS Center. She joined the Harbor UCLA faculty in 2016.
Long Beach Veteran’s Affairs Hospital Faculty
Steven Schreiber, MD,
Chief Neurology/ Site Director Long Beach VA
Mark Fischer, MD,
Dr. Fisher was Chair of the UCI Department of Neurology from 1998-2006, during which time the Department of Neurology entered the Top 10 in NIH Research Funding for neurology departments nationwide. Dr. Fisher established the stroke program at UCI, was Founding Director of the UCI Stroke Center (forerunner of the current UC Irvine Health Comprehensive Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center), and spearheaded the effort that made the stroke program at UCI the first academic stroke program in the country to be certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission (JCAHO).
Dr. Diaz received her medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. She completed neurology residency at McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University in Chicago followed by subspecialty fellowship training in Movement Disorders at UCLA Medical Center. She is director of the Movement Disorder clinic at Harbor UCLA. She has specialized training in deep brain stimulation evaluation and programming as well as the therapeutic administration of non-cosmetic botulinum toxin injections for focal dystonias, hemifacial spasm and post-stroke upper limb spasticity. Her research focus is in clinical trials and collaborative clinical projects in the areas of Parkinsonian disorders and neurodegenerative dementias.
Mark A. Goldberg, MD, PhD
Program Director & Chair of Neurology Emeritus
Specialty: Cerebrovascular Diseases