Timothy R. Malone


Major, Army

Department of Primary Appointment:
School of Medicine
Clinical Neurophysiologist, Core Faculty MAMC Adult Neurology Residency
Location: Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA
Research Interests:
Occult seizures in neurodegenerative diseases
Electrophysiologic-ultrasound correlations in neuromuscular medicine
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Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, National Capital Consortium 2020-2021
Adult Neurology Residency, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, National Capital Consortium, 2016-2020
Doctor of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta State University, 2012-2016
B.S. Psychology, Valdosta State University, 2006-2011
B.A. Philosophy, Valdosta State University, 2006-2011


Dr. Tim Malone grew up in Atlanta, GA and completed his undergraduate work at Valdosta State University in southern Georgia. After attaining degrees in philosophy and psychology, he continued his wide-ranging study of human nature while attending the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta via the Health Professions Scholarship Program, commissioning in the Army in 2012. He subsequently completed Neurology residency and Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Dr. Malone currently serves as a Clinical Neurophysiologist and Core Faculty at the Madigan Army Medical Center Adult Neurology Residency Program. His passions currently lie in neuromuscular ultrasound, teaching, and faculty development.

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

John Hallenbeck Neurology Resident of the Year Award, 2020

American Academy of Neurology Enhanced Resident Leadership Program, 2020

Uniformed Services University Neurology Resident Educator of the Year, 2018-2019

Excellence in Neurology Education, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, 2017-2018

"Neurologic Complications of COVID-19", podium presentation, WRNMMC Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, MAY2020

"Intracranial atherosclerotic stenosis and stenting", podium presentation, Walter Reed Joint Specialty Conference, Bethesda, MD, JUL2018

"Evolving evidence of intracranial wingspan stenting", podium presentation, NIH Vascular Neurology Case Conference, MAR2018

"Cardioembolic ischemic stroke expanded indications for anticoagulation", podium presentation, NIH Vascular Neurology Case Conference, OCT2017


Marinides, Z., Malone, T.R., Ma, Y., Hawley, J., Pearls & Oy-sters: “Typical“ Atypical Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease (CJD)—a case presenting as a rapidly progressive Corticobasal Syndrome (CBS) without dementia. Neurology (2021). DOI 10.1212/WNL.0000000000012

Kinsleya, S. E., Fernicolab, S. D., Dingle, M. E., Williams, M.S., Richardson, J. M., Taylor, D., de Vasconcellos, J. F., Malone, T. R., Blattner, M. R., Smith, J. K., Olivere, A., Koche, A., Riddle, L. E., Reitere, C., Culp, W. E., Caterson, E. J., Nesti, L. J., Talbota, S. G. A Yorkshire swine (Sus scrofa domesticus) model for nerve regeneration and ischemia based on the sciatic nerve and femoral artery. Ann of Anatomy (2021). DOI 10.1016/j.aanat.2020.151587.

Beeler, M. B., Malone, T. R., Boulter, J. H., Bell, R. S, Rosner, M. K., & Cook, G. A. A case of autonomic failure in postcraniectomy syndrome of the trephined. Clin Auton Res (2019). DOI 10.1007/s10286-019-00617-9.