Dr. Myerberg is currently licensed and board-certified in pediatrics and neonatal-perinatal medicine. He is also licensed to practice law in West Virginia. He practiced medicine as an active newborn intensive care specialist from 1976 to 1992 at West Virginia University (WVU). During his tenure at WVU, for a time, he served as Chief of Staff, as well as Chairman of the Hospital Ethics Committee, among other leadership positions in the medical staff organization. While there, Dr. Myerberg started a statewide public health program called the Birth Score that, later, was encoded into West Virginia Law. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Monongalia Health System and each of its affiliates from 1999 to 2011 and was the Chair of the Quality of Care Committee for two years.
Dr. Myerberg remained active in service of WVU long after his clinical tenure there, serving as member of the WVU School of Medicine’s Board of Advisors from 2002 to 2014. Dr. Myerberg has done extensive research on intra-cranial hemorrhage, metabolic diseases and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, topics about which he has published peer-reviewed articles in the New England Journal of Medicine, Pediatrics and the American Journal of Public Health.
After completing law school in 1995, Dr. Myerberg was a defense litigator at the multi-jurisdictional law firm Jackson Kelly PLLC in its Morgantown, West Virginia office. During his tenure at Jackson Kelly PLLC, Dr. Myerberg represented doctors, nurses, hospitals, and corporations in a variety of cases involving wide-ranging medical and scientific issues, including hospital negligence, toxic torts, coal mining disasters and injuries, serious auto injuries, medical device injuries, credentialing issues, toxic spills, pharmaceutical cases, occupational injuries, and child sexual abuse.
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
West Virginia University College of Law