Medical Director Of Ambulatory Services At Ummc
110 S Paca St
Education and Training
Dr. Good received MD from Albany Medical College in Albany, NY followed by a one year internal medicine internship at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, MD. She completed neurology training at University of Maryland serving as Chief Resident, and then performed a 1 year fellowship in Neuromuscular Disease University of Maryland Medical Center. Upon completion of fellowship training, she specialized in neuromuscular disease followed by headache specialization.
Dr. Good also serves as Medical Director for Ambulatory Services for UMMC in addition to above.
Dr. Good's clinical practice over the last 25 years focuses on headache and migraine management, primarily in women. she has participated in multiple clinical trials and published articles on migraine and co-morbidities as well as telephone triage of headache.
She is a member of the American Headache Society and serves as Chair of it's special interest group on the electronic medical record.
- Book Chapters: Neurology and Women, Phone triage for common neurologic pronlems in ambulatory setting
- Original peer-reviewed publications in neuromuscular disorders, epilepsy
- Co-Investigator in dose-ranging efficacy and safety of PEG-SOD in severe head injury
- Principal Investigator - US Migraine Assessment Protocol
- Principal Investigator - Safety and Efficacy of Naratriptan oral tablets in the treatment of menstrual migraine
- Maintained an active outpatient headache practice since 1995
- Performed Botox injections (present) electomyogram & nerve conduction studies 1990-2005
- Trained and mentor a Certified registered Nurse Practitioner in headache management 2013-present
- Named Baltimore's Top Doctor in Headache consecutively 2012, 2013. 2014, 2016