Gary Cordingley, MD, PhD

Associate Clinical Professor
Specialty Medicine
Parks 115, Athens Campus
  • Research Fellow of the National Institutes of Health, 1981-1983
  • Residency in adult neurology at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, 1978-1981
  • Internship in internal medicine, University of Michigan Hospitals, 1977-1978
  • Medical Doctor (MD), Duke University, 1977
  • Physiology and pharmacology (PhD), Duke University, 1976
  • Chemistry and biology (BS), Purdue University, 1971
  • Board certification by the American Academy of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1983
  • Medical doctor licensure, Ohio, 1983
  • Neurology: practitioner, teacher, researcher
  • Addiction medicine: practitioner
  • LGBTQ Health: teacher, advocate
Summary of Work:     

Dr. Cordingley practiced neurology in Athens, Ohio, for 30 years. He has taught neurology at the Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine since 1983, and has written or co-authored numerous publications in neurology, neuroscience and medical history. He has practiced outpatient addiction management since 2009, and continues to lecture widely in LGBTQ health in general, and in transgender health, in particular.


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