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Dr. Luis I Becerra, MD, CDR, US Navy (Retired), is a board-certified Neurologist and Neuro-Ophthalmologist, bringing a wealth of expertise and experience from his extensive career in both military service and academic medicine. A graduate of the Pontifical Xaverian University School of Medicine, he completed post-doctoral training at premier institutions such as Johns Hopkins Hospital, Yale University, and the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on neurology and neuro-ophthalmology.


His military career, beginning in 1988 and culminating in an honorable retirement in 2010 as a Commander in the Medical Corps, saw him deployed in numerous international operations, showcasing his dedication and adaptability in challenging environments.

Beyond his clinical practice, Dr. Becerra has held significant leadership roles in naval hospitals, including Director of Medical Services in Okinawa, Japan, and Head of Neurology Services at Naval Hospitals Camp Pendleton and Naval Medical Center San Diego. As a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences since 1995 and at NOVA Southeastern University School of Medicine since 2014, Dr. Becerra has been deeply involved in medical education. His research interests lie in neurology and neuro-ophthalmology, where he has contributed valuable insights and advancements. Dr. Becerra's career is a testament to his commitment to excellence in patient care, medical education, and research, making him a respected figure in his field.

Board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Dr. Pardo is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Department of Neurology, Herbert-Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University. His contributions to the field include several publications in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation and Electromyography. A member of the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine and the American Academy of Neurology, Dr. Pardo's expertise enriches our approach to neurological care, particularly in Alzheimer’s Disease and neuromuscular disorders.

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