Constantine Farmakidis, MD
Constantine Farmakidis, M.D., is an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. In the clinic and the electromyography laboratory he sees patients with a broad spectrum of neuromuscular diseases and has special interests in myasthenia gravis and inherited muscle and nerve diseases.
Dr. Farmakidis serves as associate director of the Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship, works with neurology residents, and teaches regularly at the medical school. He is also active in neuromuscular research and is involved in sponsor-initiated multicenter myasthenia gravis clinical trials and investigator-initiated studies.
Dr. Farmakidis obtained his medical degree and neurology residency training at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He subsequently completed a fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology at Columbia University. He holds board certifications in neurology, neuromuscular medicine and electrodiagnostic medicine. He is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Foundation Medical Honor Societies.