Teresa Wu, MD


2018-2021: Neurology Residency, Stanford Hospital and Clinics
2017-2018: Preliminary Internal Medicine, California Pacific Medical Center
2013-2017: Medical School, Stanford University School of Medicine
2006-2010: B.A. in Human Biology with honors, Stanford University


  • Cognitive and behavioral neuroscience
  • Autonomic disorders
  • Medical education
  • Global health


Wu, T., Miller, Z., Adhimoolam, B., Zackey, D., Khan, B., Ketelle, R., Rankin, K., and Miller, B. Verbal creativity in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia. (2015). Neurocase.  DOI: 10.1080/13554794.2013.860179

Wu, T., Kaneko, O., Amukotuwa, S., Born, D., Heit, J., Fischbein, N., Iv, M.. Arterial Spin Labeling: an Imaging Biomarker for Clinical Outcomes in Patients with Primary CNS Lymphoma. American Society of Neuroradiology Conference 2016, Washington D.C., May 2016

Wu, T., Bernstein, J., Litovsky, C., Carr, V., Wyss-Coray, T., Wagner, A., Kerchner, G.. Exploring Genotype-by-Sex Interaction in Alzheimer’s Disease. Stanford Annual Medscholars Symposium, Stanford University, May 2016

Wu, T., Miller, Z., Adhimoolam, B., Zackey, D., Khan, B., Ketelle, R., Rankin, K., and Miller, B.. Verbal creativity in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia. American Annual Neurology Conference, San Diego, Mar 2013

Wu, T., Gontang, A., Clandinin, T.. Eip75b Mediates Rhabdome Development and Axon Targeting in Drosophila Visual System. Stanford Honors Thesis Symposium, June 2010

Miller, Z., Mandelli, M.L., Rankin, K., Henry, M., Babiak, M., Frazier, D., Lobach, I., Bettcher, B., Wu, T., Rabinovici, G., Graff-Radford, N., Miller, B., and Gorno-Tempini, M. (2013).  Handedness and language learning disability differentially distribute in progressive aphasia variants. Brain. Doi: 10.1093/brain/awt242

Khan, B., Yokoyama, J., Takada, L., Sha, S., Rutherford, N., Fong, J., Karydas, A., Wu, T., Ketelle, R., Baker, M., Hernandez, M., ...and Miller, B. (2012). Atypical, slowly progressive behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia associated with C9ORF72 hexanucleotide expansion.  J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. Doi: 10.1136/jnnp-2011-301883.


Patient Partners (P2): A Student-driven Care Transitions and Home Visit Program. Society of Teachers and Family Medicine, Atlanta. Feb, 2015.

Clinical Signs of Frontotemporal Dementia. Third International Annual Conference on New Developments in the Integrative Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Dementia, Beijing, China.  Oct, 2011


2013-2015: President, Student Interest Group in Neurology (SIGN), Stanford Medical School

2013-2015: Co-founder, Patient Partners Program (P2), Care Transitions and Home Visit Program, Stanford Medical School

2014-2015: Manager, Arbor Women’s Health Free Clinic

2010-2013: Program Project Grant Coordinator, Frontotemporal Dementia and Atypical Neurodegenerative Diseases, UCSF Memory and Aging Center

2006-2010: President, Teen Relationship Abuse Prevention and Community Service Organization, Stanford University


2014-2015: MD TA for core neurobiology course, Stanford Medical School

2014-2016: MD TA for Intro to Neurology and Stroke Seminar, Stanford Medical School

2009-2010: Undergraduate TA for Comparative International Health Policy seminar, Stanford University

2008-2009: Course Associate, Undergraduate Biology 44X, Stanford University


2021 Fishers and Jeffrey Dunn Teaching Award, Stanford University