Vanderbilt Department of Neurology

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Harold Moses Jr, M.D.

Associate Professor of Neurology


Dr. Moses earned his undergraduate degree in Zoology from the University of North Carolina, graduating with honors in 1985. He received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in 1993, and began his post-graduate training at the university as a medical intern in the Department of Internal Medicine. Moses then completed a residency at the Mayo Clinic in the Department of Neurology in 1997, and came to Vanderbilt University as a Neurology instructor/fellow. In 1999 Moses joined the faculty at Vanderbilt University as assistant professor of Neurology, and in 2011, he became associate professor. He also serves on the Clinical Services Committee for the Department of Neurology.


Harper, L., Moses, H. and Lagrange A. Occult celiac disease presenting as epilepsy and MRI changes that responded to gluten-free diet. Neurology. 2007 Feb 13;68(7):533-534.

Moses H. on behalf of the EVIDENCE investigators. A comparison of high-dose, high-frequency versus low-dose, low-frequency interferon beta-1a for the treatment of patients in the early stages of MS: a sub-analysis of the EVIDENCE study.

Moses H. and Brandes D. Managing the adverse effects of disease-modifying agents used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Curr Med Res Opin. 2008 Sep 24(9):2679-2690

Pawate S, Agarawal A, Moses H., Sriram S. The Spectrum of Susac’s Syndrome. Neurol Sci. 2009 Feb 30(1):59-64

Pawate, S., Moses, H. and Sriram, S. (2009) " Neurosarcoidosis: Presentations and Outcomes of Neurosarcoidosis: a study of 54 cases”. 2009 Jul, 102(7):449-60


Harold Moses, Jr., M.D.
Associate Professor of Neurology
Neuroimmunology Division

3810 Bedford Avenue
Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37215

Phone: 615-936-0060

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