Fellow, Division of Cognitive Neurology
Clinician and Instructor, Department of Neurology
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
1120 NW 14th Street
Miami, FL 33136
Dr. Camargo did his undergraduate studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT,) where he majored in Brain and Cognitive Sciences as well as in Music. He conducted research into the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory, including a year under the tutelage of Nobel Laureate Dr. Susumu Tonegawa. He graduated from medical school at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University.
He completed an internship in surgery at Washington Hospital Center where he was awarded the “Silvero Cabellon” Award for best performance by a junior resident by the Department of Vascular Surgery. He then completed his Neurology residency training at the University of Miami in 2017. He is currently a research Fellow in Cognitive Neurology at the University of Miami Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Institute. His research interests include epigenetic mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction, identification of biomarkers for prediction of cognitive decline and the therapeutic use of stem cells in primary neurodegenerative disease.