Dr. Kleinman joined Blue Sky Neurology in 2018 focusing on neurocritical care. He completed his undergraduate degree in cellular and molecular neuroscience at The Johns Hopkins University. He spent two years doing research at Johns Hopkins focused on stroke, blood flow imaging, and neurocognitive functions of aphasia and unilateral spatial neglect. Afterward, he attended Stanford Medical School. He then moved to Los Angeles for residency and fellowship. He served as chief resident at UCLA, then went on to complete his fellowship at UCLA in neurocritical care. He is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the Neurocritical Care Society and the Society for Critical Care Medicine. He has also served as a journal reviewer for many top academic publications. While at UCLA, he received the Resident and Fellow Teaching Award. He has also received the American Academy of Neurology Junior Leader Award.
|Medical School:||Stanford University School of Medicine|
|Residency:||University of California, Los Angeles – Neurology|
|Fellowship:||University of California, Los Angeles – Neurocritical Care|
|Board Certifications:||Neurology – ABPN|
|Areas of Emphasis:||Neurocritical Care|