Sykes Neurology is made up of a team of professionals dedicated to providing the best quality healthcare in a responsive and caring environment. Dr. Sykes has been practicing medicine in Bimringham since 2005 and has been affiliated with St. Vincent's East since 2009. We desire to work in concert to understand your health issues quickly and apply the right treatment to get you back to your optimal health.
Paul A. Sykes, MD, PhD
Background and Education:
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2009
University of Alabama-Birmingham
Residency, Department of Neurology 2006-2009
Internship, Department of Neurology 2005-2006
University of Virginia M.D. 1999-2005 Medicine
University of Virginia Ph.D. 1999-2004 Neuroscience
University of Southern Mississippi
Summa Cum Laude B.S. 1995-1999 Chemistry
Sykes PA,Condron BG. Development and sensitivity to serotonin of Drosophila serotonergic varicosities in the central nervous system. Developmental Biology, October 1, 2005; 286 (1): 207-16.
Sykes PA,NormanHS, Condron BG. Variation in serotonergic and dopaminergic neuronal survival in the adult Drosophila CNS Cell and Tissue Research, August 2004; Vol. 317 (3): 327-331.
Sykes PA,Condron BG. Spineless culture. [book review] Development, December 2003; Vol. 130 (23): 5557-58.
Sykes PA, Watson SJ, Temple JS, Bateman RC Jr. Evidence for tissue-specific forms of glutaminyl cyclase. FEBS Letters, July 16, 1999; 455 (1-2): 159-61.
Sykes PA, Shiue H-C, Walker JR, Bateman RC Jr. Determination of myoglobin stability by visible spectroscopy. Journal of Chemical Education, 1999; 76: 1283.
Hall M, Sykes PA, Fairclough DL, Lucchese LJ II, Rogers P, Staruszkiewicz W, Bateman RC Jr. A dipstick test for diamines in tuna. Journal of AOAC International, Sep-Oct 1999; Vol. 82 (5): 1102-8.
Hall M, Jackson M, Johnson JT, Schultz H, Fortenberry D, Bright C, Hua H, Ying J, Sykes PA. A comparison of seven tumor antigens for the serodiagnosis of gastrointestinal cancers. The Chemist, Sept/Oct 1999: 1-14.