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Members

Below is a list of all Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders Center members. View individual profiles of our faculty members — with publication and contact information, research and clinical specialties and more — via the links below.

Akhtar, Rizwan S

Akhtar, Rizwan S

Assistant Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Armakola, Maria

Armakola, Maria

Research Assistant Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Awatramani, Rajeshwar

Awatramani, Rajeshwar

Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders) and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences

Bio

1. Mechanisms underlying dopamine neuron development, function, diversity, and degeneration. 2. Mechanisms regulating peripheral nerve myelination in development and disease states.

Bega, Danny

Bega, Danny

Associate Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Bio

My clinical interests include Parkinson's disease and atypical parkinsonian syndromes, tremors, dystonia, Huntington's disease, Wilson's disease, tic disorders, psychogenic movement disorders and gait... [more]

Caraveo Piso, Gabriela

Caraveo Piso, Gabriela

Assistant Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Fraint, Avram Y

Fraint, Avram Y

Health System Clinician of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Goldman, Jennifer G

Goldman, Jennifer G

Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Neurology - Ken and Ruth Davee Department

Gonzalez Latapi, Paulina

Gonzalez Latapi, Paulina

Instructor of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Kim, Myung Jong

Kim, Myung Jong

Research Assistant Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders)

Bio

Synaptic function, vesicle trafficking, genetic forms of Parkinson's disease, lysosomal disorders

Krainc, Dimitri

Krainc, Dimitri

Professor of Neurology (Movement Disorders), Neurological Surgery, Neuroscience and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences

Bio

The overarching goal of our scientific work has been to define key molecular pathways in the pathogenesis of neurodegeneration and to uncover novel targets for therapeutic development. We have focuse... [more]

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