Nathan G. Lawrence , MD

My personal goal with this stage of my career is to begin to further develop diagnostic plans and treatment strategies. I have extensive stroke experience, in my residency program, both with acute and subacute settings. I have spent this last year developing my general neurology skills. While this is still much weaker than my stroke practice, I have exposed myself to some extent to neuromuscular and epilepsy. My goal is to have a basic understanding of EMG and EEG by the end of my fellowship training. For fun, I prefer outdoor activities, especially hiking, disc golf, cycling and bird watching.


07/2019-06/2020 UTHSC, Neurophysiology Fellowship Program
Director: Dr. Bertorini, Tulio M.D.
Associate Director: Dr. Ferrante, Mark M.D.
Emphasis EMG
Note: Approximately 50% of fellowship time was devoted to neuro-hospitalist

07/2016-06/2019 UTHSC, Neurology Residency Program
Director: Dr. Malkoff, Marc D. M.D.
Graduated June 2019

07/ 2015-06/2016
Lincoln Medical Center, Internal Medicine Residency Program
Bronx, NY
Position: PGY1, Preliminary track, Internal Medicine
Director: Dr. Dimitrov, Vihren M.D.

St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada
01/2011 – 05/2015
M.D. 05/2015
Awards and Special Mentions:
-Graduated Cum Laude in Medicine

Medicine Preparatory Program

California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
09/1996-06/1999 B.S. Biochemistry

Work Experience

05/2006 – 07/2009 Average Hours/Week: 30
The Wild Land’s Conservancy, California, United States
Position: Naturalist
Director: Sheryl Clendennen
Presented lessons to students while on trail hikes. Environmental restoration projects: tree
planting, trail creation, and West Nile Virus monitoring in birds
07/2005 – 03/2006 Average Hours/Week: 60
Tanox West, California, United States
Position: Manufacturing Associate,
Supervisor: James Anderson
Took a leadership role as a process technician in validating a new biologic facility for the
production of pharmaceuticals. Wrote process protocols. Gathered data to comply with FDA

03/2002 – 06/2005 Average Hours/Week: 60
Biogen Idec, California, United States
Position: Manufacturing Associate,
Director: Paul Garza
Manufacture of the pharmaceutical drug Rituximab.
Took a leadership role, training new employees and organizing teams to validate new parts of the

01/2000 – 10/2001 Average Hours/Week: 50
Genencor International, California, United States
Research Assistant
Director: Gregg Whitehead
I was part of a research team that developed DuPont’s Sonora high performance biopolymer.
Generated growth curves of E. coli, prepared cell isolates and performed enzyme activity
assays on the isolates. I presented the data I generated at weekly meetings.