Carl Rosenkilde, - Westchester Health
 
 
 
 
Leonardo da Vinci, Vitruvian Man, 1490
 
 
 
Dr. Carl Rosenkilde's Office:
91 Smith Avenue
Mt Kisco, NY 10549
914.241.1717
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About Dr. Rosenkilde
 
Dr. Rosenkilde has a broad European educational background with an undergraduate degree in physics and mathematics, a graduate degree in psychology and neuropsychology, and a postgraduate doctoral degree in neurosciences from the University of Copenhagen.
Dr. Rosenkilde has completed research fellowships at the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology in Warsaw, Poland, at the National Institutes of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and at the Brain Research Institute of the University of California at Los angeles.
Dr. Rosenkilde attendend medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York; a neurology residency was done at the Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut.
 
 
Present Position:
 
Neurologist in private practice since 1989 in Mount Kisco, New York. Neurologist with Westchester Health Associates since 2007.
 
Certification, Licensure and Awards:
 
Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
 
Diplomate of National Board of Medical Examiners.
 
Licensed as physician in New York.
 
Physician's Recognition Award, with (or without) Commendation: 1998-2014.
 
Castle Connolly Top Doctor, several years.
 
WAG Most Distinguished Doctor, several years.
 
 
Advanced Academic Degrees:
 
 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York: M.D.
 
University of Copenhagen, Denmark:  Post-graduate degree,  Dr.phil. in neurosciences.  Thesis on functions of prefrontal cortex.
 
University of Copenhagen, Denmark.  Graduate degree in psychology:  Magisterkonferens; comparable to Ph.D. degree. Thesis in experimental psychology on time discrimination.
 
Memberships:
 
American Academy of Neurology
American Medical Association
Medical Society of the State of New York
Westchester County Medical Society
 
 
Research and Training:
 
 
Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut. Specialization in Neurology, Resident and Chief Resident.
 
 
Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Connecticut
Internship in Internal Medicine.
 
 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, School of Medicine:  Medical Student.
 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine:
Department of Neuroscience, Bronx, New York. Research Associate.
 
University of California at Los Angeles, Neuropsychiatric Institute, Los Angeles, California. Research Fellow:  Project on single cell activity in prefrontal cortex of the brain.
 
National Institute of Mental Health: Laboratory of Neuropsychology, Bethesda, Maryland. Research Fellow. Projects on localization of functions in prefrontal cortex of the brain.
 
Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology:  Department of Neurophysiology, Warszawa, Poland. Research Fellow:  Projects on localization of functions prefrontal cortex of the brain.
 
University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Institute of Neurophysiology.  Student scientist:  Projects on brain functions in animals.
 
University Hospital, Department of Neurology, Copenhagen, Denmark.  Psychology intern, and student scientist:  Projects on cognitive abilities following brain injury.
 
 
Publications and Presentations:
 
 
Rosenkilde, C.E. and Divac, I.  Effects septal and prefrontal lesions on time discriminations in cats.  Paper presented at the Third Scandinavian Meeting on Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology, Copenhagen, 1973.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E. and Divac, I.  DRL performance following anteromedial cortical ablations in rats.  Brain Research, 1975, 95, 142-146.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E.  Effect on septal lesions on time discrimination in cats.  Acta Neurobiologists Experimentalis, 1976, 36, 311-317.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E. and Divac, I.  Time-discrimination performance in cats with lesions in prefrontal cortex and caudate nucleus.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1976, 90, 343-352.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E. and Lawicka, W.  Effects of medial and dorsal prefrontal ablations on a go left-go right time discrimination task in dogs.  Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 1977, 37, 209-221.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E. and Lawicka, W.  Medial prefrontal cortex and behavior of dogs.  Paper presented at the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Anaheim, 1977.  (Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1977, 3, 71).
 
Mishkin, M., Pohl, W. and Rosenkilde, C.E.  Kinesthetic discrimination after prefrontal lesions in monkeys.  Brain Research, 1977, 130, 163-168.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E.  Delayed alteration behavior following ablations of the medial or dorsal prefrontal cortex in dogs.  Physiology and Behavior, 1978, 20, 397-402.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E. and Fuster, J.M.  Unit activity in the ventral prefrontal region of monkeys performing in visual and spatial delayed reaction tasks.  Paper presented at the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Society of Neuroscience, St. Louis, 1978.  (Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1978, 4, 80).
 
Rosenkilde, C.E., Bauer, R.H. and Fuster, J.M.  Firing characteristics of neurons in the ventrolateral and orbital prefrontal cortex in monkeys during cognitive behavior.  Paper presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Society of Neuroscience, Atlanta, 1979.  (Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1979, 5, 805).
 
Rosenkilde, C.E., Bauer, R.H. and Fuster, J.M.  Single cell activity in ventral prefrontal cortex of behaving monkeys.  Brain Research, 1981, 209, 375-394.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E., Rosvold, H.E. and Mishkin, M.  Time discrimination with positional responses after selective prefrontal lesions in monkeys.  Brain Research, 1981, 210, 129-144.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E.  Functions of the prefrontal cortex.  Behavioral investigations using ablation and electro physiological techniques in rats, cats, dogs, and monkeys.  Acta Physiological Scandinavica, Supplementum 514.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E.  Prefrontal functions in man and monkey.  Einstein Quarterly Journal of Biology and Medicine, 1984, 2, 120-125.
 
Divac, I., Oberg, G.E., and Rosenkilde, C.E.  Patterned neural activity; Implications for neurology and neuropharmacology.  In J.S. Schneider and T.I. Lidsky, Basal ganglia and behavior:  Sensory aspects of motor functioning.  Hans Huber Publisher, Toronto, 1987.
 
Opler, L.A., Ramirez, P.M., Rosenkilde, C.E., and Fiszbein, A.  Neuro-cognitive features of chronic schizophrenic patients.  Journal of nervous and mental disease, 1991, 179, 638-640.
 
Liegner, K.B., Rosenkilde, C.E., Campbell, G.L., Quan, T.J., and Dennis, D.T. Culture-confirmed treatment  failure of Cefotaxime and Minocycline in a case of Lyme meningoencephalomyelitis in the United States.  Paper presented at Fifth Information Conference on Lyme borreliosis, Arlington, VA, 1992.  (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1992, A11)
 
Luque, F.A., Rosenkilde, C.E., Valsamis, M. and Danon, M.J.  Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM) presenting as the "Dropped Head Syndrome" (DHS).  Brain pathology, 1994, 4, 568.
 
Liegner, K.B., Duray, P., Agricola, M., Rosenkilde, C.E., Yannuzzy, L.A., Ziska, M., Tiltion, R., Hulinska, D., Hubbard, J. and Fallon, B.A.  Lyme disease and the clinical spectrum of antibiotic responsive chronic meningoencephalomyelitides.  Journal of spirochetal and tick-borne diseases, 1997, 4, 61-73.
 
Antoline, D.  Up Close and Personal with Carl Rosenkilde, MD, PhD:  On Neurology and the Holocaust, Neurology Today, 2002, 2 (August), 38-39.
 
Rosenkilde, C.E.  Education of a gentile on the history of the Holocaust, Neurology, April 2004. (See on this website: The Holocaust)
 
 
Community Service Lectures:
 
 
Over the years, Dr. Rosenkilde has given numerous lectures for local physicians, nursing staff, and the community, on topics including Migraines, Alzheimers Disease, Stroke, Epilepsy, Back and Neck Pain, Multiple Sclerosis, and Lyme Disease. Keynote speaker for Yom Hashoah, Somers Holocaust Memorial Commission, 2013.
 
 
 
 
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