Gustavo A. Charria-Ortiz, MD
- Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, General Pediatrics
- New York University School of Medicine, Child Neurology
- Developmental and Metabolic Neurology Branch, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
- Clinical Neurophysiology, Nicklaus/Miami Children’s Hospital, Miami, Florida
Medical School and Internship: University of The Valley, Division of Health Sciences, Cali, Colombia, South America
Undergraduate: De Cardenas HS, Palmira, Valle, Colombia, South America
- Pediatric Epilepsy
JOURNAL PEER-REVIEW SERVICE
- Pediatric Neurology
Alfonso I, Charria G and Papazian O.: [Updating neonatal neurometabolic screening]. Medicina (B Aires) 2009; 69 (1/1), 36-40.
Charria-Ortiz, Gustavo A: [Genetics of epilepsy]. Medicina (B Aires) 2007; 67 (6 Pt 1): 601-613.
Charria-Ortiz GA. [Paroxysmal neurogenetic and neurometabolic disorders.] Rev Neurol. 2006 Apr 10;42 Suppl 3:S83-90.
Cabrera-Salazar MA, O'Rourke E, Charria-Ortiz G, Barranger JA. Radiological evidence of early cerebral microvascular disease in young children with Fabry disease. J Pediatr. 2005 Jul;147(1):102-5.
Kupchik GS, Barrett SK, Babu A, Charria-Ortiz G, Velinov M, Macera MJ. Atypical 18p-syndrome associated with partial trisomy 16p in a chromosomally unbalanced child of consanguineous parents with an identical balanced translocation. Eur J Med Genet. 2005 Jan-Mar;48(1):57-65.
Moore DF, Altarescu G, Ling GS, Jeffries N, Frei KP, Weibel T, Charria-Ortiz G, Ferri R, Arai AE, Brady RO, Schiffmann R. Elevated cerebral blood flow velocities in Fabry disease with reversal after enzyme replacement. Stroke. 2002 Feb;33(2):525-31.
van den Bos R, Charria Ortiz GA, Cools AR. Injections of the NMDA-antagonist D-2-amino-7-phosphonoheptanoic acid (AP-7) into the nucleus accumbens of rats enhance switching between cue-directed behaviours in a swimming test procedure. Behav Brain Res. 1992 Jun 8;48(2):165-70.
van den Bos R, Charria Ortiz GA, Bergmans AC, Cools AR. Evidence that dopamine in the nucleus accumbens is involved in the ability of rats to switch to cue-directed behaviours. Behav Brain Res. 1991 Jan 31;42(1):107-14.