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Dusty Richardson, M.D.


Resident
PGY VI

Contact Information

Address:  12631 E. 17th Ave., C307
               Aurora, CO   80045

Phone:   303-724-2302


 

 

 Clinical Interests: Movement Disorders, Neuromonitoring, and ICU care

 

 

 

Undergraduate:  University of Wyoming, Laramie

Medical School:  University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver

Residency:  University of Colorado School of Medicine

 

  

Medical School

·         Alpha Omega Alpha

·         Gold Humanism Honor Society

·         Adler Award Recipient 2009

·         Achievement Rewards for College Scientists research award for excellence in research involving Deep Brain Stimulation (ARCS Foundation), awarded September 2007

·         Alpha Omega Alpha Carolyn L Kuckein Student Research Scholar, awarded to support research in Deep Brain Stimulation, April 2007

·         Recipient of UCDHSC Chancellor’s Diversity Recognition Award for Outstanding Student Organization in recognition of creation of the “SABES” School of Medicine elective course, April 2007

·         Recipient of UCDHSC Student Research Forum award for outstanding research, January 2006

·         Co-recipient of a grant from the President’s Fund for the Support of Student Diversity Programming in creating the “SABES” School of Medicine Spanish elective course for medical students, University of Colorado School of Medicine, September 2005

·         Seven-time recipient of the Cody Medical Foundation Scholarship for continuing excellence in undergraduate and graduate studies, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008

Undergraduate

·         Phi Beta Kappa

·         Eagle Scout

·         Selected as one of the College of Arts and Sciences top twenty graduates of 2005, University of Wyoming

·         Recipient of the TS Harris, MD Memorial Scholarship for selection as the outstanding Zoology & Physiology student accepted to medical school, April 2005

·         Recipient of the Robert Jenkins Undergraduate Research Award to support research on mechanisms of selectivity for frequency sweeps in the inferior colliculus, Department of Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming, Summer 2003

·         Two time recipient of the College of Arts and Sciences William B. and Margaret H. Owen Scholarship, awarded to an outstanding student of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming, 2003 and 2004

·         Recipient of College of Health Sciences Francis Holbrook Memorial Scholarship for potential to succeed in the field of human medicine, University of Wyoming, 2004

·         Recipient of College of Arts and Sciences Summer Research Stipend, University of Wyoming to support research on determining spectrotemporal characteristics of adult pallid bat neurons in the inferior colliculus and auditory cortex, Summer 2003

·         Three time recipient of National Science Foundation EPSCoR Undergraduate Research Fellowship in support of research involving development of selectivity for frequency sweeps in the pallid bat inferior colliculus and auditory cortex, Spring 2003, Summer 2003, and Summer 2004

·         Two time recipient of Paul Stock Foundation Grant-in-Aid Travel Scholarship to support travel to the International Meeting for the Association for Research in Otolaryngology to present original research on the pallid bat inferior colliculus, 2004 and 2005

·         Presidential Scholarship full tuition and fees awarded for academic excellence, University of Wyoming, 1999-2005

·         President’s Honor Roll University of Wyoming for achieving a 4.000 GPA, 1999-2000, 2002-2005

  

·         Williams A, Richardson MD (2009), Fuzessery ZM. Facilitation shapes FM sweep selectivity in the inferior colliculus. Association for Research in Otolaryngology

·         Klepitskaya OS, Kim ZB, Richardson MD, Ojemann SG. Three dimensional visualization of the subthalamic nucleus. Movement Disorders Society, June 2008, Chicago IL, USA.

·         Richardson MD, O’Connell J, Kaferly JG. SABES: A Medical Spanish Immersion Elective for and by Medical Students. Western Group on Educational Affairs Regional Meeting. April 2008.

·         Razak KA, Richardson MD, Fuzessery ZM. Experience is required for the maintenance and refinement of FM sweep selectivity in the developing auditory cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Mar 18;105(11):4465-70. Epub 2008 Mar 11.

·         Richardson MD, Kim ZB., Klepitskaya OS, Ojemann SG. Response of the subthalamic nucleus neurons to vocalizations. Basal Ganglia Speech Disorders and Deep Brain Stimulation First International Symposium, July 2007.

·         Richardson MD, Ojemann SG, Klepitskaya OS (2007). Response of Subthalamic nucleus neurons to vocalization. Movement Disorders Society, June 2007, Istanbul, Turkey.

·         Richardson MD, Klepitskaya OS, Ojemann SG (2007).  Speech and Parkinson disease. Neurosurgery in the Rockies, February 2007.

·         Fuzessery ZM, Richardson MD, Coburn MS. Neural mechanisms underlying selectivity for the rate and direction of frequency-modulated sweeps in the inferior colliculus of the pallid bat. J Neurophysiol. 2006 Sep;96(3):1320-36. Epub 2006 Jun 21.

·         Fuzessery ZM, Richardson MD (2006). Asymmetrical Facilitation Creates Direction and Velocity Selectivity for FM Sweeps in the Inferior Colliculus.  Association for Research in Otolaryngology

·         Mellizo, C. The Tooth. Trans. M. Dustin Richardson. The Medical Examiner of the University of Colorado, Denver, CO, 2006.

·         Fuzessery ZM, Richardson MD, Coburn MS (2005). Development of Selectivity for the Direction and Rate of Frequency Modulated Sweeps in the Pallid Bat Inferior Colliculus. Association for Research in Otolaryngology

·         Fuzessery ZM, Richardson MD, Coburn MS (2004).  Multiple Mechanisms Create Selectivity for FM Sweep Direction and Velocity Selectivity in Pallid Bat Inferior Colliculus Neurons. Association for Research in Otolaryngology

·         Fuzessery ZM, Coburn MS, Richardson MD (2003).  Timing of Inhibition Shapes FM Sweep Selectivity. Association for Research in Otolaryngology

 

 

·         Western Group on Educational Affairs—Poster presentation on SABES: A Medical Spanish Immersion Elective for and by Medical Students, April 2008

·         Neurosurgery in the Rockies—Speech and Parkinson Disease podium lecture, February 2007

·         Lecturer for “SABES” Spanish elective—instructed medical students on structure and grammar of Spanish language, University of Colorado School of Medicine, September 2006

·         Association for Research in Otolaryngology—abstract presentations, February 2004 and February 2005

·         University of Wyoming Board of Visitors—Neuroethology and the pallid bat, October 2004

·         Guest Lecturer, University of Wyoming Neuroethology 4290—Neural mechanisms of sound localization in the pallid bat, October 2004

·         Undergraduate Research Day, University of Wyoming, April 2000, May 2003, May 2004 and April 2005

·         Universidad Nacional de Lambayeque, Neural mechanisms in echolocating and gleaning bats, Lambayeque, Perú, September 2000