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Mateo Calderon-Arnulphi, MD
A neurohospitalist is a provider who specializes in providing neurological care for patients while they are in the hospital.
When you require hospitalization for a neurological problem, your provider or an Emergency Department physician will coordinate your admission with a neurohospitalist. The neurohospitalists work closely with hospital staff to coordinate your care.
Mateo Calderon-Arnulphi, MD, is part of our Health First neurohospitalist team. He is board-certified in Neurology from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Calderon-Arnulphi received his Medical Degree from the National University of Cordoba Medical School in Cordoba, Argentina. He then completed surgical training in peripheral vascular diseases from Bell Ville Hospital - Department of Vascular Surgery, also in Cordoba.
Dr. Calderon-Arnulphi then moved to Illinois, where he completed his postdoctoral position in Physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign - Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics, Department of Physics. He completed his fellowship in Clinical Research in Neurosurgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Neurosurgery. He then completed a transitional year residency program at Michigan State University - Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies. Dr. Calderon-Arnulphi completed a Neurology Residency program at the University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Neurology. In June 2013 he completed a Stroke and Vascular Neurology Fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles - UCLA Department of Neurology.
Dr. Calderon-Arnulphi has held numerous research positions working on a variety of topics, including conducting translation and validation of non-invasive optical imaging techniques in the field of neurosurgery, and physiological applications of non-invasive near infrared spectroscopy to study brain tissue oxygenation, glucose sensing, attention deficit disorder, and sleep apnea. He has a patent/invention in process for using Quantitative Near-Infrared Spectroscopy during surgery as a prediction of cerebral ischemia.
Dr. Calderon-Arnulphi has published numerous research papers in such publications as Neurological Research, Journal of Neurosurgery, Stroke and Journal of Neurosurgery. He has conducted presentations on a wide range of topics both internationally and in the United States.
Dr. Calderon-Arnulphi is fluent in English and Spanish.
National University of Cordoba Medical School, Argentina
Neourology Residency, University of Illinois at Chicago, IL
Clinical Research in Neurosurgery at University of Illinois at Chicago, IL
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology