Dr. Dallara-Marsh is a practicing Neurologist in NJ and a graduate of a 7-year BS-MD program. She graduated cum laude with a degree in Biomedical Education from the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, located on the campus of the City University of New York. As an undergraduate, she served as a teaching assistant and tutor in multiple courses. She additionally obtained a minor in Spanish Language. She graduated from State University of New York Health Science Center in Brooklyn. Dr. Dallara-Marsh completed her Pediatrics Residency training at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center. She then completed her Fellowships in Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology and Epilepsy at New York Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia University. During her training, she had a research interest in Palliative Care. She is currently a private practice Neurologist and Epileptologist in Bergen County, New Jersey. She has experience in mentoring undergraduates and medical residents, in addition to interviewing applicants for admission into residency training programs.
BS- City College of New York
MD- State University of New York- Health Science Center at Brooklyn
Dr. Dallara-Marsh spent a month in her final year of residency working with Neurologists in the Dominican Republic, and has studied multiple languages at one time or another including Spanish, Italian, French, and Mandarin.
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