Dr. Davis is Distinguished Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience at the University of New Mexico and Chief, VA Neurology Service. He graduated from Stanford Medical School, completed an Internal Medicine residency at Stanford, served two years in the US Public Service with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, completed a Neurology residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital followed by a 2 year basic neurovirology fellowship at Johns Hopkins. In 1975, he joined the faculty of neurology at the UNM School of Medicine where he has been Chief of the Neurology Service for over 25 years. He has published 200 peer reviewed research articles, 60 book chapters, co-edited one book on Infectious Diseases of the Nervous System and written a medical student textbook, Fundamentals of Neurologic Disease. His research interests include infections of the nervous system, neurotoxicology, exploring new uses of VA teleneurology, and educating residents and medical students. He was named 2007 Distinguished Neurology Teacher by the American Neurological Association.