Judy Liu MD, PhD is board-certified in Neurology. She is an assistant clinical professor in Neurology and an assistant professor in Pharmacology and Physiology at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Yale University, and her medical degree and PhD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She completed her residency in Neurology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Liu received an excellence in teaching award from Harvard Medical School for her work teaching medical students. Following her residency, she completed a fellowship in neuroscience research and also completed a Masters Degree in Clinical Investigation from Harvard/ MIT School of Health Sciences and Technology.
Dr. Liu is a clinician scientist with a long-standing interest in neurology and neuroscience. Her clinical interests include general neurology and developmental disorders. Her research interests are in brain development disorders including epilepsy and intellectual disability. She is well published in the field of basic developmental neurobiology. Her research has been funded by the Epilepsy Foundation, the Brain and Behavior Foundation, and the Whitehall Foundation. Dr. Liu is dedicated to bridging the divide that typically exists between basic science and clinical neurology.