Alan Percy, M.D.

Civitan International Research Center & Sparks Clinics
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
933 19th Street South, CH19 Room 307(Location)
1720 2nd Avenue South, CH19 Room 307 (Mailing)
Birmingham, AL 35294-0021
 
Phone: 205-996-4927
Email: apercy@uab.edu
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Last Updated: July 24, 2012

 

Leadership: Co-UCEDD Director
Co-LEND Director
Discipline Coordinators: Neurology
Medicine
 
Discipline(s): Medicine-Pediatrics
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Research: Child neurology, Rett Syndrome
Education: Child neurology, neurodevelopmental disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, Rett Syndrome, lysosomal dtorage disorders leukodystrophies

Vita/Bio

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

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Name (Last, first, middle initial)

PERCY, ALAN K.

Title

Professor and Director

Clinical Neuroscience, CIRC

Birth Date

(Mo, Day, Year)

05-12-38

EDUCATION (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education and include postdoctoral training)

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

YEAR CONFERRED

FIELD OF STUDY

Harvard College, Cambridge, MA

Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

A.B.

M.D.

Intern

Resident

Resident

1960

1965

1965-66

1968-69

1969-71

Liberal Arts

Medicine

Medicine & Pediatrics

Pediatrics

Pediatric Neurology

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS, LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION

Licensure: Alabama - 1992

Certification: Am Brd of Pediatr-1974; Am Brd of Psychiatr & Neurol with Competence in Chd Neurol-1978 and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities-2001

OFFICES/MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, ADVISORY COUNCILS, BOARDS, ETC.

American Neurological Association; Child Neurology Society (President 1997-1999); International Child Neurology Association; American Academy of Neurology; President, Child Neurology Foundation 2003-2006

Member, National Advisory Council, NINDS, 1993-96

Editorial Boards: Neurology 2003-present

Director, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, 1997-2005 (President-2005)

Ad Hoc Member, Special Study Sections, DRG, NIH, 1981-pres; Ad Hoc Reviewer, various NIH review groups

MAJOR RESEARCH/PROFESSIONAL INTEREST: Rett Syndrome, Inherited Neurometabolic Diseases

RESEARCH OR TRAINING SUPPORT (List all grants on which you currently contribute effort and/or from which you receive support and specify the percent effort on each.)

MCH LEND MCJ019143 (Percy) 07/01/90 - 06/30/06 20%

ADD 04DD000162 (Percy) 07/01/02 - 06/30/07 15%

NIH P01HD4030101 (Percy) 07/23/01- 05/31/06 8%

NIH/NHGRI/NINDS R01HG02449-01 (Shoulson) 07/01/02-06/30/07 <1%

NICHD P30 HD38985 (PI-Percy) 08/04/00-06/30/05 20%

NCRR U54 RR019478 (PI-Beaudet) 09/30/03-07/31/08 20%

ATSDR U50/ATU473215 (PI-Lavender, Cash, Frumkin) 10/1/03-9/30/06 10%

HONORS/AWARDS

Doctor Honoris Causa-Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden-2002; Hower Award, Child Neurology Society-2005

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND APPOINTMENTS: Starting with present position, list professional employment and academic appointments.

1992-present: Director, Clinical Neuroscience, Assoc Director (2003), Civitan International Research Center-UAB

1992-2003: Professor and Director, Child Neurology, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine

1994-2002: Vice Chairman, Dept. of Pediatrics, UAB

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Tofil N, Buckmaster M,...Percy A. Deep sedation with Propofol in patients with Rett syndrome. J Child Neurol 2005, in press.

Hogarth P, Kayson E,..., and the Huntington Study Group. Interrater Agreement in the Assessment of Motor Manifestations of Huntington's Disease. Movement Dis 20:293-297,2005.

Neul JL, Maricich SM,..., Percy A, Glaze D. Spinal fluid 5-methyltetrahydrofolate levels are normal in Rett Syndrome. Neurology 64:2151-2152, 2005.

Amir RE, Fang P, Yu Z, Glaze D, Percy AK, Zoghbi HY, Roa BB, Van den Veyver, IB. Mutations in exon 1 of MECP2 are a rare cause of Rett Syndrome. J Medical Genet, on-line publication, 2004.

Schanen C,...Lane J, Everett R, Feng A, Cantor RM, Percy A. Phenotypic Manifestations of MECP2 Mutations in Classical and Atypical Rett Syndrome. Am J Med Genet 126A:129-140, 2004.

Breedveld G, van Dongen JWF, Danesino C, Guala A, Percy AK.... Mutations in TITF-1 are associated with Benign Hereditary Chorea. Hum Molecul Genet 11:971-979, 2002.

Breedveld G, Percy AK, Srinidhi L, de Vries BBA, Yapijakis C, Dure LS, Ippel E, Sandkuijl LA.... Clinical and Genetic Heterogeneity in Benign Hereditary Chorea. Neurology 59(4): 579-584, 2002.

Palmer CA, Percy AK. Neuropathology of the Occipital Horn Syndrome. J Child Neurol 16:764-766, 2001

Amir R, Van den Veyver I, Schultz R, Malicki D, Tran C, Philippi A, Percy AK, Motil K, Lichtarge O, Smith EO, Glaze DG, Zoghbi HY. Influence of mutation type and X chromosome inactivation on the phenotype of Rett syndrome. Ann Neurol 47: 670-679, 2000.