Dr. Strauss is a board-certified neurologist with nearly thirty years of clinical experience. After completing his residency in adult neurology at the University of Maryland in 1992, he stayed on as an associate professor for four years. His work there included general outpatient neurology, in-patient supervision of neurology residents and medical students, attending neurologist in charge of stroke rehabilitation, and research on language recovery following strokes.
In 1996 he moved to Franklin Square Hospital, where he practiced both in-patient and out-patient neurology, and taught neurology to internal medicine residents.
In 2011 he started his own private practice focusing on general out-patient neurology, with a particular interest in traumatic brain injury and headaches.
Dr. Strauss was a Fulbright Scholar in Vienna, Austria, where he taught at the University of Vienna and did research on aphasia at the University of Vienna and the Neurologic Institute.
He is a recipient of the John Dewey Award for Extraordinary Contributions to the Education of Young People in America. He has lectured internationally on brain-based disorders of higher cognitive function and continues to publish in this area. He and his family live in Columbia, Maryland.