Dr. Mobley graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School, completing a masters degree in neuroscience between his second and third years of medical school. He trained as a resident in pathology at Stanford University Hospital before joining the faculty of Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville Tennessee in 2010. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 2018 and to Neuropathology Division Director in 2020.
M.D., University of Michigan Medical School
Place of Practice
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
2010: Instructor in Pathology, Stanford University Hospital
2018-present: Associate Professor, Vanderbilt Department of Pathology
Qualification and Affiliations
Clinical and Basic Science Researcher
Clinical Educator to Medical Students and Pathology Resident Physicians
Alteration in mental status
Blank out or stare into space for a few seconds
Difficult to swallow
Drooling from one side of the mouth
Face is twitching
I couldn't understand what others were saying
Involuntary movements of the legs
Lost interest in people
Pins and needles all over my body
Sensitive to sound
Stuck on a topic, repeating things
Toe numbness or tingling
Trance like seizure
Unusual behavior or actions when sleeping
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