Dr. David J. Sinclair was raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota before moving
to attend Texas Christian University in Fort Worth where he
majored in Neuroscience. After medical school Dr. Sinclair
trained in Internal Medicine and Neurology at the
University of Mississippi Medical Center.
He then practiced in a partnership with his former movement
disorders professor for three years in Biloxi, Mississippi
prior to returning to the University of Mississippi to
complete a fellowship in Clinical
He is Board Certified in Neurology with additional sub
specialty Board Certification in Epilepsy and has a special
interest in Epilepsy, Headache Medicine and Neuromuscular diseases.
He is a member of the American
Academy of Neurology, the Florida
Medical Association, the American Clinical
Neurophysiology Society, and the American Association of
Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic
He moved to Panama City in
2016 with his family and a small cocker spaniel.
Sinclair D, Jabari, D.
Necrotizing Myopathy with Combined Small
Cell Lung Cancer.
38th Annual Carrell-Krusen Neuromuscular Symposium.
Journal of Clinical Neuromuscular Disease, Mar 2016.
Sinclair D, Sundaram, M.
Making the Diagnosis in Frontal
Supplementary Motor Area Seizures
with In-Home Video Capture of Seizure Semiology.
70th Annual American Clinical
Neurophysiology Society Meeting,
Feb 2016 Orlando, Fl.
Qu BX, Gong Y, Sinclair D, Fu M, Perl D,
cPLA2 alpha knockout mice exhibit
abnormalities in the architecture and
synapses of cortical neurons.
Brain Research. 2013; 1497:101–5.
Sinclair, D. Herndon, R.
Blood Brain Barrier Breakdown in Multiple Sclerosis
University of Mississippi Medical Center Neurology Department Research Symposium.
Sinclair D, Leacock, R.
Ictal CT-Perfusion. Neurocritical Care.
Sep 2011; 15 Suppl 1:S3-283, 9/2011.
Presented at the 2011 Neurocritical Care
Cerebral Venous Thrombosis – A Ten Year Experience – Analysis of
institutional outcomes and review of the literature.
University of Mississippi Medical Center Residents Day Research
Sinclair D, Saul. R.
Non-convulsive occipital lobe epilepsy and hyperglycemia –
Case reports and review of
35th Annual North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society Meeting.
Feb 2009 Lake Tahoe, CA.