Dr. David Tang-Wai is an associate professor in neurology and geriatric medicine at the University of Toronto. He received his MD degree from McGill University. He completed his neurology residency and behavioral neurology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Tang-Wai is the co-director of University Health Network Memory Clinic, former program director of the adult neurology residency program at UofT, and currently the Department Division Director for the Division of Neurology. He is also an active member of the Toronto Dementia Research Alliance. He has received multiple teaching awards and nominations from undergraduate and postgraduate trainees. He receives trainees from various divisions at UofT but also from other universities across Canada throughout the year. He is an invited speaker/teacher to universities in Canada and at national and international conferences. In addition, Dr. Tang-Wai's research interests include the progressive aphasias, the atypical presentations of Alzheimer's disease – especially posterior cortical atrophy, normal pressure hydrocephalus, and the autoimmune encephalitis.