Dr. Darby was born and raised in Sunderland, England, and attended Durham University where he received a Bachelor of Science honors degree in Environmental Sciences. He received his medical degree from St Georges University School of Medicine as part of the Global Scholars partnership with Northumbria University in Newcastle England. He completed his Internal Medicine internship and Neurology residency at the University of Vermont before moving to California to complete fellowship training at UCLA. He completed fellowship training in Behavioral Neurology and Sports Neurology/Neurotrauma.
Dr. Darby is board certified with American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and United Council of Neurological Subspecialties Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychoatry. In addition to practicing as a general neurologist in Thousand Oaks he also holds a position as an attending neurologist with the Westwood based UCLA Steve Tisch brainSPORT program which specializes in the treatment of sports and military-related head injuries. His areas of particular interest are dementia, movement disorders and headache.
Medical Board Certification
Areas of Focus
- Sports and military related head trauma
- The link between head trauma and neurodegenerative disease
- Retrospective Assessment of Clinical Criteria for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy/Traumatic Encephalopathy Syndrome in a VA Neurobehavior Clinic Population; Adam J Darby, Michael G Cline, Mario F Mendez, and Edmond Teng; Accepted submission for Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2017
- Pediatric Concussion: Understanding, Assessment, and Management, with Special Attention to Sports-Related Brain Injury; Adam Darby, Jeff Victoroff and Christopher C. Giza, 2017 – Submitted in press
- Detection of CTE in Autopsy Cohorts using Restricted Cortical Sampling; Adam Darby, Jason Adams, Katherine Babcock, Ann McKee Conference Paper in Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology · June 2015
- Super Doctors® Southern California Rising Stars 2021