Dr. Gudarz Davar MD Neurologist

Dr. Gudarz Davar is a neurologist in Thousand Oaks, California. He received his medical degree from Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine and has been in practice for 32 years.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Neurologist: General Neurology

Education & Medical Training

Mc Lean Hospital
Residency, Psychiatry, 1986–1988

Massachusetts General Hospital
Residency, Psychiatry, 1988–1989

University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
Residency, Neurology, 1983–1986

Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine
Class of 1982

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Surgery
Certified in Surgery

MD State Medical License
Active through 2015

Publications & Presentations

Endothelin-1 activates ET(A) receptors to increase intracellular calcium in model sensory neurons.
Zhou, Q. L., Strichartz, G., Davar, G.

Local injection of endothelin-1 produces pain-like behavior and excitation of nociceptors in rats.
Gokin, A. P., Fareed, M. U., Pan, H. L., Hans, G., Strichartz, G. R., Davar, G.

Recent advances in the pharmacology of nerve-injury pain.
Hans, G., Davar, G.

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