Dr. Lott is a Medical Expert Witness and a retired pediatric neurologist who states he routinely treated patients who suffered strokes while in practice. Currently, Dr. Lott is a Professor Emeritus at UCI. He has been an expert witness since the 1980’s, and is experienced in providing deposition and trial testimony.
Dr. Lott obtained his B.A. degree from Brandeis University-Waltham, Massachusetts in 1963 and M.D. degree at Ohio State University College of Medicine in 1967. He conducted his research fellowships at Clinical Associate in Pediatric Neurology, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD(1969-1971) and Research Fellow in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA(1971-1974).
Dr. Lott is an honored professional who is known for doing community service and have had his work recognized a lot of times during his career. Some of the things that he got the recognition for includes Invited Lectureship at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Ohio State University College of Medicine, University of Georgia College of Medicine, and Harvard Medical School, Invited Speaker at Alzheimer Association, Chicago, NIH Workshop on Therapeutic Targets, Down Syndrome NIH, and Sie Foundation Conference on Cognition in Down Syndrome, and Principal Investigator for various grant supports like “Predicting Cognitive Decline in Adults with Down Syndrome” NICHD (RO1 HD065160-01), 2009-2-14, $2,500,000.
In addition to the recognition that he has got, Dr. Lott has been directly involved in a considerable amount of peer-reviewed publications that consist Dietary treatment of an infant with isovaleric acidemia – Pediatrics(1972;49:616-618), Down syndrome: Central monoamine turnover in patients with diminished platelet serotonin – Neurol(1972;22:967-972), Liver in the cerebro-hepato-renal syndrome, defective bile acid synthesis and abnormal mitochondria – Gastroenterol(1980;79:1311-1317), Neuropathological findings and the biology of von Rechlinghausen’s disease – In: Riccardo VM, Mulvihill JJ, eds. Advances in Neurology. New York, NY: Raven Press(1981:23-32), and Brain size and cerebral glucose metabolic rate in non-specific mental retardation and Down syndrome – Intelligence(1995;20(2):191-210).