Dominique Low, MD, MPH is a neurologist, who is dually specialized in cognitive neurology and sleep medicine. She completed her clinical cognitive and behavioral neurology fellowship at Stanford Neuroscience Health Center. She also completed her sleep medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, which included additional research training through the NIH T32 Genetic/Genomic Approaches to Sleep Disorders fellowship. During the last year of her sleep fellowship, she served as the Chair of Johns Hopkins Clinical Fellows Council, as a board member of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Institute for Excellence in Education, and as the fellows’ representative at the Johns Hopkins Medicine Unified Command Center for COVID-19.
Dr. Low is dedicated to the compassionate delivery of patient-centric, evidence-based health care for adults with Alzheimer’s disease, memory problems, cognitive disorders, and other neurodegenerative cognitive conditions. During her residency, she was awarded the “U Matter” Award by nurses and patients’ families for going “above and beyond” in the interest of her patients. As a physician-scientist, she applies her computational and statistical skills to uncover insights at the interface of cognition and sleep.
Education & Training
- MPHColumbia University Mailman School of Public Health
- MDWashington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
- BASUniversity of Pennsylvania School of Engineering, Computational and Mathematical Biology