Director of the neuromuscular electrodiagnostic laboratory at URMC, and former unit chief for the neuromuscular division, Dr Logigian has devoted his career to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with neuromuscular disease, particularly patients with focal and generalized neuropathies. As Professor of Neurology, and Program Director for the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, he also plays a major role in training Neurology residents and fellows in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with neuromuscular disease. His research interests have focused on development of electrodiagnostic techniques for patients with various focal and generalized neuropathies, on measurement of myotonia in myotonic myopathies, and on treatment of neurologic Lyme disease.
After undergraduate training in mathematics at Cornell University, Dr. Logigian obtained his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine, and completed an internal medicine residency at the Beth Israel Hospital followed by neurology training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston Massachusetts. He did clinical neurophysiology training at MGH and in Dusseldorf Germany before becoming an attending physician first at the New England Medical Center in Boston, and then at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School. In 1998, he joined the neurology department, neuromuscular division in Rochester where he has been a busy neuromuscular clinician in the Neuropathy clinic, applied electrophysiologist in the URMC EMG Laboratory, teacher, administrator, and clinical researcher. He is boarded in Internal Medicine, Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
Dr. Logigian has published over 170 peer-reviewed articles, reviews, and book chapters on various aspects of neuromuscular diseases; has been elected to several honorary memberships and fellowships (AOA, ACP, AAN, ANA, Cambridge's Who's Who, Best Doctors, America's Top Doctors); has trained over 60 fellows in clinical neurophysiology and neuromuscular disease, a number of whom are currently leading academicians in Neurology and Neuromuscular disease; and has played a major role in recruiting several outstanding neuromuscular faculty to URMC.
2011 - Present
Best Doctors in America
Sponsor: America's Best Doctors
Location: Aiken, SC
Member, Cambridge Who's Who
Member, American Neurologic Association
America's Top Doctors
Fellow, American Academy of Neurology
Fellow, American College of Physicians
Phi Delta Epsilon Women's Club Award
Chester S. Keefer Scholarship Award
Magna Cum Laude, Doctor of Medicine
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Whittaker RG, Herrmann DN, Bansagi B, Hasan BA, Lofra RM, Logigian EL, Sowden JE, Almodovar JL, Littleton JT, Zuchner S, Horvath R, Lochmüller H. "Electrophysiologic features of SYT2 mutations causing a treatable neuromuscular syndrome." Neurology.. 2015 Dec 1; 85(22):1964-71. Epub 2015 Oct 30.
Hehir MK, Logigian EL. "Infectious neuropathies." Continuum : lifelong learning in neurology.. 2014 Oct 0; 20(5 Peripheral Nervous System Disorders):1274-92.
Zimering JH, Williams MR, Eiras ME, Fallon BA, Logigian EL, Dworkin RH. "Acute and chronic pain associated with Lyme borreliosis: clinical characteristics and pathophysiologic mechanisms." Pain.. 2014 Aug 0; 155(8):1435-8. Epub 2014 Apr 24.
Books & Chapters
Chapter Title: Approach to Diagnosis of Peripheral Nerve Disease
Book Title: Neurology in Practice
Author List: James C. Cleland and Eric L. Logigian
Edited By: Robert A. Gross and Jonathan W. Mink
Published By: Wiley Blackwell2011
Chapter Title: Lyme disease, Neurologic Complications
Book Title: The 5-minute Neurology Consult
Author List: Logigian, EL
Edited By: Lynn, J; Newton, H; Rae-Grant, A
Published By: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins2004 in Philadelphia, PA
Chapter Title: Approach and classification of peripheral neuropathy
Book Title: Office Practice of Neurology
Author List: Logigian, EL; Herrmann, DN
Edited By: Samuels, MA; Feske, SK
Published By: Churchill Livingston2003 in New York
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