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Duke Neurology: Parkinson's and Movement Disorders Annual Report 2023
Download our 2023 Annual Report.
From Our Chief
Division Chief Nicole Calakos, MD, PhD, shares her thoughts about our latest annual report and the progress we've made in the past year.
Highlights from 2022
Read month-by-month highlights of what our Movement Disorders team accomplished in 2022.
Building a Smart Thermostat for the Brain
Learn how Duke is pioneering new techniques involving deep brain stimulation and engineering new technologies to improve care.
Living With Parkinson's - "We Can Beat This Together"
Greg Monroe shares how he found out--and came to terms with--his Parkinson's diagnosis.
Interdisciplinary Care Offers Help for People Living with Huntington's
Learn how our movement team came together to help one woman after her diagnosis as well as research into the "stars in our brains."
Duke Recognized As Center of Excellence for Dystonia
Learn how Duke became the country's second dystonia center of excellence and about an exciting new treatment hiding in plain sight.
Duke Center for Neurodegeneration and Neurotherapeutics
Learn how the DCNN is advancing our understanding of neurodegenerative diseases and looking for new treatments.
Duke-led Teams Awarded $18 Million to Study Parkinson's
Read how two awards are making Duke a national leader in understanding Parkinson's.
New Treatment Approach May Provide Lasting Benefits for Dystonia
Learn how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) may provide a non-invasive way to help people with dystonia and how AI is helping us "read" handwriting.
Fighting Parkinson's In and Outside of the Lab
Read how Duke undergrad Julia Ziaee fought Parkinson's in the lab and in her dorm and our fellowship is training the next generation of movement specialists.
Join Our Clinical Trials
Find out whether you may be eligible to participate in Duke research testing potential new treatments for movement disorders.
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