Michael H. Rosenbloom, MD
- Practicing Specialty: Neurology
I am a board certified neurologist and director of the HealthPartners Center for Memory and Aging. I first became interested in the brain as a neuroscience student after learning about the neurochemical processes underlying memory. My subsequent training as a medical student and later as a neurology resident led to an interest in complex mental processes such as memory, emotions and language. Eventually, I completed a fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Memory and Aging Center, focusing on Alzheimer's disease as well as atypical dementias such as frontotemporal dementia and rapidly progressive dementia.
I deeply enjoy practicing the art of neurology as well as educating students of medicine. My clinical and research focus includes FDG-PET and PIB imaging in focal presentations of Alzheimer's disease, rapidly progressive dementia, initial clinical symptoms in patients with frontotemporal dementia spectrum disorders, and therapeutic interventions for dementia.
As an attending physician within the HealthPartners Neuroscience Department, I participate in patient management as well as ongoing clinical research at the Alzheimer's Research Center. I am committed to working with my talented colleagues to establish HealthPartners as the leading institution for dementia care and research within the Twin Cities area.
I am a member of the American Medical Association (AMA) and the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).
- Medical School: Columbia University 2004
- Internship in Internal Medicine: Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital 2005
- Residency in Neurology: Brigham and Women's Hospital 2008
- Fellowship in Behavioral Neurology: UCSF Memory & Aging Center 2009
- Fellowship in Behavioral Neurology: Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital 2010
- Certification: Am Bd of Psych & Neuro-Neurology