University of Missouri
Saint Louis University - Adult Neurology
Clinical / Research Interests
Headache Disorders
Multiple Sclerosis

Amanda Tinsley, MD is an Assistant Professor and General Neurologist in the Department of Neurology at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Tinsley received her medical degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She completed a neurology residency at Saint Louis University.

Her clinical interests include managing a breadth of neurological conditions. Dr. Tinsley has a special interest in headache disorders and multiple sclerosis. She sees patients in the neurology outpatient clinic and attends the stroke and general neurology inpatient services.

Her academic interests include multiple sclerosis research, medical student education and resident education. She is a member of several professional societies, including the American Academy of Neurology, American Medical Association and the American Headache Society.


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Clinical Trials

This study is a 24-month prospective, multicenter, international, 2-stage noninterventional study reflecting treatment within real-world settings of patients with migraine who are switching or initiating pharmacologic treatment for migraine prevention

A Long-Term, Prospective, Observational Study to Evaluate the Safety, Including Cardiovascular Safety, of Fremanezumab in Patients with Migraine in Routine Clinical Practice

This study uses a single-cohort, 2-treatment arm (erenumab versus oral SoC prophylactic treatment), parallel-group randomized (2:1 [erenumab (70mg or 140mg): SoC oral prophylactic]), open-label design in adult patients with episodic migraine who have previously failed 1 or 2 prophylactic…