Dr. Remington Nevin

 

Email: rnevin@remingtonnevin.com
Mail: 30 S. Castle St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Telephone: 410-428-6991

Expert Consultation


The chronic effects of antimalarial toxicity are frequently misdiagnosed or mistaken for other psychiatric and neurological conditions, including posttraumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. Individuals with concerns related to their use of antimalarial compounds, particularly mefloquine (Lariam®), are encouraged to contact Dr. Nevin with their general questions. Dr. Nevin maintains a limited private practice to provide physician consultation for diagnosis and management of specific cases, on a pro bono basis for military personnel, veterans and members of the Peace Corps.

Email: rnevin@jhu.edu
Mail: Department of Mental Health,
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 624 N. Broadway, Room 782, Baltimore, MD 21205
Telephone: 410-428-6991

Research

Scientists, physicians, and interested members of the public may contact Dr. Nevin for electronic reprints of his publications or for specific questions related to his research. Members of the media may also contact Dr. Nevin for questions related to his research or for interview requests.

Attorneys may also contact Dr. Nevin for consultation on specific cases or for expert witness assistance. A current fee schedule is available. Dr. Nevin has experience consulting on civil and criminal cases and has co-authored the definitive reference on the forensic application of mefloquine intoxication and neurotoxicity in legal settings. For forensic psychiatric assistance, Dr. Nevin is pleased to make referrals to colleagues with specific expertise in this area.