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Edward Tobinick

  • Well-Published Physician and Educator
  • Institute of Neurological Recovery
  • Institute of Neurological Recovery


    Dr. Edward Tobinick is the founder of the Institute of Neurological Recovery, which provides treatment for various neuroinflammatory disorders. He began his education at Brandeis University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in biology in 1973. He continued to medical school at UCSD in La Jolla and then on to UCLA for postgraduate medical training. He received his MD in 1977. Dr. Edward Tobinick’s outstanding achievements during his academic career earned him membership in the prestigious national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Certified by both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Dermatology, Dr. Edward Tobinick is licensed to practice medicine in California and Florida. Well-published in the field of neurology, Dr. Tobinick was a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Neuroinflammation from 2008 to 2010 and has been an ad hoc reviewer for a number of neuroscience journals, including Brain Research, Current Alzheimer Research, Experimental Neurology, and Future Neurology. Throughout his career, Dr. Tobinick has also been the recipient of a number of important awards, including the UCLA Department of Medicine Ten Year Teaching Certificate, the Venice Family Clinic Certificate of Appreciation for Volunteer Teaching (1992) and the Venice Family Clinic Rossman/Davidson Clinical Teaching/Service Award (2005).

    Professional experience

    Institute of Neurological Recovery

    Institute of Neurological Recovery

    December 2010 - Present

    Internal Medicine Intern and Resident

    UCLA Hospital

    July 1977 - June 1980(3 years)


    Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

    University of California, San Diego School of Medicine

    September 1973 - June 1977(4 years)


    Brandeis University

    January 1969 - January 1973(4 years)