Gary A. Stobbe M.D.

Gary A. Stobbe M.D.

Specialties and Expertise

Autism, Multiple Sclerosis

Services

Multiple Sclerosis, Neurology, Neurosciences

Languages

English

Locations

Primary Location

Neurology Clinic at UWMC

1959 NE Pacific St., 8th Floor
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: 206.598.7688|Map It 

Adult Autism Clinic at UWMC-Roosevelt

4225 Roosevelt Way NE, 3rd Floor, Ste. 306
Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: 206.598.7792|Map It 

Multiple Sclerosis Center at Northwest Hospital

1536 N 115th St.
Seattle, WA 98133
Phone: 206.598.3344|Map It 

UW Medicine Multiple Sclerosis Center

McMurray Medical Building, 1536 N. 115th St.
Seattle, WA 98133
Phone: 206.598.3344|Map It 

Bio

Dr. Stobbe has been in practice since 1993 and joined UW Medicine as UW clinical assistant professor in the Department of Neurology and Department of Psychiatry in 2008. He is a faculty member of the Western MS Center at UW Medical Center and is director of Adult Transition Services at Seattle Children's Autism Center. Dr. Stobbe received his medical degree from Albany Medical College in Albany, New York, and completed his neurology residency at UCLA - Wadsworth VAMC in Los Angeles.

Patient Care Philosophy

Dr. Stobbe's philosophy is to optimize health in the presence of neurological illness and to maximize the potential of an individual through the patient-physician partnership.

Personal Interests

College sports, cooking and family time.

Scope of Care

Specializing in neurology, with a particular interest in autism spectrum disorders, multiple sclerosis and traumatic brain injury.

Research Interests

Research interests include functional imaging in cognitive neurology and the transition to adulthood of individuals with neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Affiliations

InstitutionCredentialSpecialtyYear
Albany Medical CollegeMedical education1989
UCLA School of MedicineInternship
Veteran's Administration Medical CenterResidencyNeurology

DegreeDescriptionYear
MD1989

Board Certifications

CertificationSpecialtyYear
American Board of Psychiatry & NeurologyNeurology1994
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