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  • Leon S. Moskatel, MD

    Leon S. Moskatel, MD

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurology & Neurological Sciences

    BioDr. Moskatel is internist with fellowship training in headache medicine and board certification in internal medicine. He is a clinical assistant professor in the Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Neurology, Division of Headache.

    His practice at the Stanford Health Care Headache Clinic focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of headache. Patients come to him seeking relief from migraine, cluster, and tension headaches.

    Dr. Moskatel teaches headache medicine to medical students and supervises resident physicians in the Stanford Health Care Headache Clinic.

    He conducts research into migraine and diet, medication overuse headache, and long-lasting headache after COVID-19. He has written articles on these and other topics. They have appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Headache, Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, Annals of Headache Medicine, and Pain Medicine.

    Dr. Moskatel has reviewed the content of articles written by other doctors for the journals Headache and Pain Medicine. The publication Annals of Internal Medicine awarded him a letter of commendation as outstanding reviewer.

    He has co-authored textbook chapters on migraine and diet and on headache treatments. He has presented his research discoveries to his peers at meetings of the World Headache Society and other organizations.

    Dr. Moskatel volunteers his time to serve both professional and community organizations. He speaks English and Hebrew fluently and reads French.

  • Sandeepa Satya-Sriram Mullady

    Sandeepa Satya-Sriram Mullady

    Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurology & Neurological Sciences

    BioDr. Mullady is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences at Stanford University. She specializes in the care of patient with memory disorders. She has completed her fellowship training in behavioral neurology from University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where she also received her medical education and residency training. Dr. Mullady is board-certified in neurology and is a member of the American Academy of Neurology.

    Dr. Mullady’s interest in medicine stemmed from her desire to advocate and empower underserved and under-resourced communities. As an undergraduate at University of California, Berkeley, she helped run a women’s homeless clinic and witnessed how powerfully a physician can advocate for a patient. She continued working in underserved populations in medical school at UCSF where she helped run a homeless clinic. Her research interests have stemmed from her passion in working with the underserved. She is currently working on understanding how neurodegeneration can affect trajectories into homelessness. She is also passionate about providing excellent clinical care to individuals with cognitive disorders and providing access to neurologic care in underserved communities.

    Dr. Mullady hopes to continue providing outreach, advocacy, and care to underserved communities at Stanford as well as igniting the next generation of physician advocates.