Alcy R. Torres

Boston University School of Medicine
Boston Medical Center
Boston, Massachusetts, USA 

Alcy R. Torres, MD, FAAP., received his MD degree at Universidad Central del Ecuador in 1990, pediatric residency at Carlos Andrade Marin Hospital, Quito-Ecuador, Miami Children's Hospital, Neurology at the Longwood Neurology Program (MGH, Brigham's and Women Hospital, Deaconess Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital and Veterans Hospital including the Coumadin Clinic at Brockton Hospital and Spinal Cord Unit and Outpatient Clinic at the West Roxbury Hospital). He then completed the Pediatric Neurology Fellowship at Children's Hospital Boston where he remained on staff for 13 years before becoming the Director of the Pediatric Concussion Program at Boston Medical Center.

He is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at Boston University and is a clinical pediatric neurologist at Boston Medical Center. He has been recognized by Boston Magazine as Top Child Neurologist in the area. He is author of over 40 peer-reviewed publications that focus on the diagnosis and treatments of several pediatric and neurological conditions in particular pediatric concussion.

Dr. Torres has conducted research for many years, and serves as Director of the International Program, Hispanic Services and Pediatric Concussion Program.

In addition to his clinical and research activities, he is very involved in national organizations including the Child Neurology Society, the American Academy of Pediatrics and Brain Injury as well some international organizations. A committed mentor, he has won several awards for his mentoring of early career investigators.

He has founded and volunteered for the Ecuadorian Association of New England since 2005, serving on a variety of local and national Committees. He is a Board Member of the Wellesley United Soccer Club, American Academy of Pediatrics, SOICH section, Neurology Section, ICATCH program, and the Child Neurology Society, Awards Committee. Dr. Torres is a member of the Editorial board for the Journal of Pediatric Neurology, Child Neurology and many others. Traumatic Brain Injury: Referrals in a Pediatric Concussion Program in a safety net Hospital The influence of premorbid conditions in the validity of the SCAT5, Telemedicine to monitor improvement in patients with Pediatric Concussion.

Alcy R. Torres, MD, FAAP., received his MD degree at Universidad Central del Ecuador in 1990, pediatric residency at Carlos Andrade Marin Hospital, Quito-Ecuador, Miami Children's Hospital, Neurology at the Longwood Neurology Program (MGH, Brigham's and Women Hospital, Deaconess Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital, Veterans Hospital: the Coumadin Clinic at Brockton Hospital and Spinal Cord Unit and Outpatient Clinic at the West Roxbury Hospital). He then completed the Pediatric Neurology Fellowship at Children's Hospital Boston where he remained on staff for 13 years before becoming the Director of the Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Program at Boston Medical Center.

He is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at Boston University and is a clinical pediatric neurologist at Boston Medical Center. He has been recognized by Boston Magazine as Top Child Neurologist in the area for many years. He is author of over 85 peer-reviewed publications that focus on the diagnosis and treatments of several pediatric and neurological conditions in particular pediatric concussion.

Dr. Torres has conducted clinical research for many years, is a well recognized teacher and serves as Director of the International Program, Bilingual Program and Pediatric Concussion Program.

In addition to his clinical and research activities, he is very involved in national organizations including the Child Neurology Society, Awards Committee, the American Academy of Pediatrics and Brain Injury as well some international organizations including International Child Neurology Association (ICNA) and Asociacion Iberoamericana de Pediatria Neurologica (AINP). A committed mentor, he has won several awards for teaching and mentoring of early career investigators.

He has founded and volunteered for the Ecuadorian Association of New England since 2005 with fund raising close to one million US dollars and benefit more than 20 non profit organizations. He has served on a variety of local and national Committees. He is a Board Member of the Wellesley United Soccer Club where he is a Medical Consultant, American Academy of Pediatrics, SOICH section, Neurology Section, ICATCH program, and the Child Neurology Society, Awards Committee. Dr. Torres is a member of the Editorial board for the Journal of Pediatric Neurology, Child Neurology and many others.

He has lectured in uncountable occasions locally, nationally and internationally. Traumatic Brain Injury: Referrals in a Pediatric Concussion Program in a safety net Hospital, The influence of premorbid conditions in the validity of the SCAT5, Telemedicine to monitor improvement in patients with Pediatric Concussion, The roles of a psychologist in the traumatic brain injury program and the evaluation of a Perfusion MRI to identify a potential biological marker.

Alcy R. Torres, MD, FAAP., received his MD degree at Universidad Central del Ecuador in 1990, pediatric residency at Carlos Andrade Marin Hospital, Quito-Ecuador, Miami Children's Hospital, Neurology at the Longwood Neurology Program (MGH, Brigham's and Women Hospital, Deaconess Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital and Veterans Hospital including the Coumadin Clinic at Brockton Hospital and Spinal Cord Unit and Outpatient Clinic at the West Roxbury Hospital). He then completed the Pediatric Neurology Fellowship at Children's Hospital Boston where he remained on staff for 13 years before becoming the Director of the Pediatric Traumatic Injury Program at Boston Medical Center.

He is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at Boston University and is a clinical pediatric neurologist at Boston Medical Center. He has been recognized by Boston Magazine as Top Child Neurologist in the area. He is author of over 50 peer-reviewed publications that focus on the diagnosis and treatments of several pediatric and neurological conditions in particular pediatric concussion.

Dr. Torres has conducted research for many years, and serves as Director of the Traumatic Brain Injury Program, International Pediatric Neurology Program, and Bilingual and Hispanic Services.

In addition to his clinical and research activities, he is very involved in national organizations including the Child Neurology Society, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Massachusetts Brain Injury Association and some international organizations. A committed educator, mentor, and innovator; he has won several awards for his mentoring of early career investigators.

He has founded and volunteered for the Ecuadorian Association of New England since 2005, and serves on a variety of local and national Committees. He is a Board Member of the Wellesley United Soccer Club, American Academy of Pediatrics, SOICH section, Neurology Section, ICATCH program, the Child Neurology Society, Awards Committee, the Iberoamerican Pediatric Neurology Society and the International Child Neurology Association's Awards Committee, Dr. Torres is a member of the Editorial board for the Journal of Pediatric Neurology, Child Neurology and many other journals. Traumatic Brain Injury: Referrals in a Pediatric Concussion Program in a safety net Hospital, The influence of premorbid conditions in the validity of the SCAT5, Telemedicine to monitor improvement in patients with Pediatric Concussion, The role of Psychology in a TBI clinic and Indfications of imaging studies in patients with prolonged post-concussive syndrome.

Alcy R. Torres, MD, FAAP., received his MD degree at Universidad Central del Ecuador in 1990, pediatric residency at Carlos Andrade Marin Hospital, Quito-Ecuador, Miami Children's Hospital, Neurology at the Longwood Neurology Program (MGH, Brigham's and Women Hospital, Deaconess Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital and Veterans Hospital including the Coumadin Clinic at Brockton Hospital and Spinal Cord Unit and Outpatient Clinic at the West Roxbury Hospital). He then completed the Pediatric Neurology Fellowship at Children's Hospital Boston where he remained on staff for 13 years before becoming the Director of the Pediatric Concussion Program at Boston Medical Center.

He is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at Boston University and is a clinical pediatric neurologist at Boston Medical Center. He has been recognized by Boston Magazine as Top Child Neurologist in the area. He is author of over 100 peer-reviewed publications that focus on the diagnosis and treatments of several pediatric and neurological conditions in particular pediatric concussion.

Dr. Torres has conducted research for many years, and serves as Director of the International Program, Hispanic Services and Pediatric Concussion Program.

In addition to his clinical and research activities, he is very involved in national organizations including the Child Neurology Society, the American Academy of Pediatrics and Brain Injury as well some international organizations. A committed mentor, he has won several awards for his mentoring of early career investigators.

He has founded and volunteered for the Ecuadorian Association of New England since 2005, serving on a variety of local and national Committees. He is a Board Member of the Wellesley United Soccer Club, American Academy of Pediatrics, SOICH section, Neurology Section, ICATCH program, and the Child Neurology Society, Awards Committee. Dr. Torres is a member of the Editorial board for the Journal of Pediatric Neurology, Child Neurology and many others.

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