Major Clinical and Investigative Interests
Movement Disorders Division: the Movement Disorders Division trains fellows in the clinical and experimental evaluation and treatment of movement disorders. Fellows are also trained in deep brain stimulation, working together with colleagues in the Department of Neurosurgery, as well as botulinum toxin therapy for movement disorders.
The Movement Disorders Division has principal interests and current research programs in: Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, dystonia, ataxia and telemedicine. A wide range of patients with other movement disorders, such as restless leg syndrome, tremor/essential tremor, and Tourette’s syndrome, are also cared for in the Movement Disorders Clinics.