Dr. Thomas Montine

Neuropathologist · Alzheimer's Disease · Stanford, California
  • 406 Publications

Dr. Thomas Montine is Chair of the Department of Pathology and Stanford Medicine Endowed Professor in Pathology at Stanford University, California.

Dr. Montine’s work focuses on preventing or slowing down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease through the exploration of experimental approaches. One of his earlier projects aimed to look for cures for Alzheimer’s disease through the use of precision medicine, i.e. treatment that the patient receives after assessing his or her unique set of genes and condition.

“Alzheimer’s is driven by genetics, but it isn’t just one disease. It’s a disease that has many different subtypes, and one treatment won’t work for everyone.”
-Dr. Thomas Montine


Experience

Professor of Pathology

Standford University

Chair of Pathology

Standford University

Professor of Neurological Surgery

Standford University


Education

Vanderbilt university medical center

Fellowship

Vanderbilt University Medical Center · 1996

Residency

Duke University Hospital · 1994 - 1995

Duke university medical center

Internship

Duke University Medical Center · 1992

Mcgill university

Medical Degree

McGill University · 1991


Publications

Dr. Thomas Montine has been involved in 406 publications. View publications ›


Locations

Dr. Thomas Montine is affiliated with Stanford University at Room L235-300 Pasteur Dr , Stanford, California.