Tiffany Eisenbach

Tiffany Eisenbach, MD


Business Phone: (352) 273-5550

About Tiffany Eisenbach

Tiffany Eisenbach grew up outside of rainy Seattle, Washington where she spent her winters whale watching in Puget Sound and her summers wakeboarding on the Columbia River. Through hiking in the Olympic and Cascade mountains and running for cross country and track, she developed a passion for the outdoors and nature. She attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN where she continued participating in choirs and furthered her interest in human biology, deciding to apply to medical school. She additionally studied abroad in India and Peru during college and developed a love for travel. Upon graduating, she attended medical school at the University of Washington where she eventually found her fit in neurology due to the patient relationships, fascinating diseases of the nervous system, and fun neuro exam. During medical school, she had the privilege of training in diverse locations, including Seattle; Spokane, Washington; Butte, Montana; and many other sites scattered throughout the states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho. Needless to say, when starting neurology residency, she was ready to settle down in one place for a while and was also excited for that place to be warm, sunny, snow-less Florida! In Gainesville, she has been able to enjoy all of her favorite activities including going to the beach, exploring nature parks and trails, visiting historical sites, learning about new wildlife, and calisthenics. As there is still so much in the world of neurology to explore, she is not sure yet what her fellowship choice will be, although she is considering pursuing a career in general neurology for the sake of maintaining a wide and varied patient population.


Personal Accountability and Commitment to Patient Safety Certificate
2019 · University of Washington, School of Medicine
NIH T32 Rheumatology Grant Recipient
2017 · NIH
Travel Grant Award
2017 · MSA
UW SOM Service Award for significant commitment to community service and advocacy
2016-2019 · University of Washington, School of Medicine, SLAC


Presumptive Diagnosis of Pallister-Hall Syndrome Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Cureus. 14(1) [DOI] 10.7759/cureus.21735. [PMID] 35251807.
Mycobacterium leprae specific genomic target in the promoter region of probable 4-alpha-glucanotransferase (ML1545) gene with potential sensitivity for polymerase chain reaction based diagnosis of leprosy.
International journal of mycobacteriology. 5(2):135-41 [DOI] 10.1016/j.ijmyco.2016.01.002. [PMID] 27242223.


2020 · University of Washington School of Medicine
2016 · St. Olaf College

Contact Details

(352) 273-5550
Business Mailing:
PO Box 100236