Darren R Gitelman, MD

Associate Professor in Neurology - Ken and Ruth Davee Department and Radiology

Darren R Gitelman, MD

312-908-8266

Abbott Hall 11th floor
710 N Lake Shore Drive
Chicago IL 60611

d-gitelman( at )northwestern.edu

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  • Description of Interests
    My current research is to use sophisticated MRI imaging techniques to develop new ways of looking at the effects of Parkinson's disease on the brain. I am also the PI of several clinical trials in Alz... read more
    My current research is to use sophisticated MRI imaging techniques to develop new ways of looking at the effects of Parkinson's disease on the brain. I am also the PI of several clinical trials in Alzheimer's disease.
  • Interests
    Alzheimer's Disease; Cognitive Disorders; Corticobasal Degeneration; Dementia; Early onset dementia; Frontal Dementia; Frontotemporal Dementia; Language Disorders; Lewy Body Dementia; Memory Disorders... read more
    Alzheimer's Disease; Cognitive Disorders; Corticobasal Degeneration; Dementia; Early onset dementia; Frontal Dementia; Frontotemporal Dementia; Language Disorders; Lewy Body Dementia; Memory Disorders; Movement Disorders; Neurology; Parkinson’s disease; Primary Progressive Aphasia; Quantitative MRI;
  • Education
    MD: Washington University (1985)
    Internship: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Medicine (1986)
    Residency: Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in NYC, Internal Medicine (1988)
    Fellowship: New York State Psychiatric Institute (1989)
    Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital, Neurology (1992)
    Fellowship: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston (1994)
    Board Certification: Internal Medicine, Neurology
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