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Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders

The Duke Department of Neurology’s fellowship in Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders provides trained neurologists with expertise in diagnosis and management of patients with of various movement disorders including: Parkinson's disease and related neurodegenerative disorders, tremor disorders, focal and generalized dystonia, Huntington's disease and other choreiform disorders, Tourette syndrome, restless leg syndrome, tardive dyskinesia, myoclonus, hemiballismus, and other rare disorders associated with abnormal movements.

 

“I work with a fantastic group of people at the Morreene Road Clinic. Four days a week I see patients with any of the five movement disorders specialists here at Duke. Every Tuesday I go to the OR for deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgeries. With my mentors, I do intraoperative microelectrode recording and clinical testing to ensure accurate placement of the DBS leads.” - Anna Bjornsdottir, 2016-2017 Movement Disorders fellow

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Staff Spotlight: Jeremy Rouanet

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Within the lab of Laurie Sanders, PhD, Jeremy Rouanet has one foot in the world of clinical research and another in the world of bench research,...Read more
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Faculty Spotlight: Jeffrey Cooney, MD

Friday, May 11, 2018
Jeffrey Cooney, MD, first got interested in neuroscience as an undergraduate student, and then decided to focus on movement disorders when he saw the...Read more