Hilary P Glazer, MD

Hilary Glazer, MD
Neurology, Cognitive and Behavioral
Primary Office
Address 1150 N 35th Avenue
Suite 590
Hollywood, FL 33021
Phone: 954-265-9500
Fax: 954-265-1431
Alternate Location
Address 17180 Royal Palm Boulevard
Suite 1
Weston, FL 33326-2394
Phone: 954-276-1474
Fax: 954-385-6026
Alternate Location
Address 601 N Flamingo Road
Suite 204
Pembroke Pines, FL 33028
Phone: 954-276-1474
Fax: 954-385-6026

About Me

Dr. Hilary Glazer is a neurologist at Memorial Neuroscience Institute, specializing in memory, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and the prevention of cognitive decline with age. She leads a Memory Care team that provides patients and their families with the support, services and tools they need to slow the progression of memory loss and help them live life to the fullest.

Dr. Glazer became passionate about helping families going through health challenges after watching her mother care for her father during his battle with brain cancer. While her mother struggled with little support from his healthcare providers, she was inspired by a new approach to care she saw during her medical training: a compassionate, patient- and family-centered multidisciplinary team – a model that she brings with her to Memorial.

Due to her personal experience, Dr. Glazer knows the stress families face when a family member is worried about memory loss, experiences the loss of independence, or changing of family roles that comes from cognitive impairment. She works closely with patients and their families to understand their personal goals, prepare for challenges, and implement person-centered treatment plans that enable each patient to achieve their highest potential.

She also helps patients with mild memory changes, attention or focus issues, and creates multidisciplinary plans for patients interested in preventing memory loss.

Dr. Glazer earned her medical degree at Washington University in St. Louis and completed neurology training at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital.  She completed fellowship training in Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology from the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties at University of Florida.

Related Medical Services


  • Washington University Mo, 2011
  • Jackson Memorial Hospital - Internal Medicine Prog, 2012, Internal Medicine
  • Jackson Memorial Hospital, 2015, Neurology
  • University of Florida College of Medicine, 2016, Neurology
  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology-Neurology
  • Spanish

Professional Highlights


  • Memory disorders


  • University of Miami Neurology Award for Compassionate Patient Care
  • Distinguished Scholar, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Studies Scholar
  • James Stern Leadership Scholar

Professional Organizations

  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • American Academy of Neurology
  • Alzheimer’s Association


  • Glazer, H.P., Dong, C., Rundek, T., Sacco, R., Stern, Y., Wright, C. Subclinical cerebrovascular disease inversely associates with learning ability: the NOMAS. Neurology 2015; 84(23):2362-2367.
  • Glazer, H.P., Greer, C., Barrios, D., Ochner, C., Galvin, J., and Isaacson, R. Evidence on diet modification for Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment. Presented at: The 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, Philadelphia, PA, April 26-May 3, 2014.
  • Glazer, H.P., Dong, C., DeRosa, J.T., Elkind, M.S., Sacco, R.L., Stern, Y., and Wright, C.B. Cerebrovascular disease and verbal learning in a multiethnic stroke-free community sample. Presented at: The 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association in partnership with the Société Françaisede Neurologie, New Orleans, LA, October 13-15, 2013
  • Oboudiyat, C., Glazer, H.P., Seifan, A., Isaacson, R.S. Alzheimer’s Disease. SeminNeurol 2013; 33: 313-329.
  • Glazer, H.P., Osipov, R.M., Clements, R.T., Sellke, F.W., Bianchi, C. Hypercholesterolemia is associated with hyperactive cardiac mTORC1 and mTORC2 signaling. Cell Cycle 2009; 8(11): 1738-46.

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