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  Neurology - Physician - Des Moines - Movement Disorders

Posted on April 10, 2024

This well-established movement disorders practice has a large referral system with 300+ affiliated primary care providers. The program includes a well-established educational system for Parkinson's patients and is supported by RNs with extensive neurology experience. There is a significant opportunity to see a variety of movement disorders including botulinum injections and DBS programming. We are affiliated with the American Parkinson Disease Association and offer opportunities for research in movement disorders.

Full time opportunity to join an established and growing outpatient practice within a large multi-hospital health system network. Experienced nurses with combined 175 years of experience in neurology. You will have your own neurology nurse. Fully integrated system with clinics and hospitals on EPIC EMR. Zero call responsibilities; 24/7 neurohospitalist support.

J1 waiver support. Signing bonus! $5,000 annual CME allowance and full benefit package. Flexible scheduling and generous PTO to allow work-life balance.


  Norton Neuroscience Institute - Movement Disorders Neurologist

Posted on April 3, 2024

Norton Neuroscience Institute is seeking a fellowship-trained movement disorders neurologist to provide movement disorder services. The ideal candidate will join a team with fellowship-trained movement disorder neurologists, fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons, board-certified neuropsychologists, specialty-trained physical/occupational/speech therapists, advanced practice providers and a nurse navigator, practicing in a dedicated Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders center. Our movement disorders team has strong referral patterns from other Norton Neuroscience Institute neurologists, providers within Norton Medical Group and providers seeking tertiary expertise throughout the region.

About the Position:
• Ability to practice majority of movement disorder neurology
• No mandatory system stroke call
• Competitive compensation package, including sign-on bonus, relo assistance and a production bonus option. For candidates coming out of fellowship, up to $100,000 recruitment incentive, and as a not-for-profit health care system, candidates may qualify for federal student loan forgiveness. For experienced candidates relocating into the market, a retention bonus of up to $60,000 is available
• Close collaboration with Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation
• Monthly multidisciplinary deep brain stimulation (DBS) conference to discuss surgical candidates
• Opportunity to work with fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons experienced in awake and asleep DBS surgery
• Opportunity to participate in the annual Norton Neuroscience Institute Symposium, as well as other continuing medical education events
• Weekly neuroscience clinical conference with neurosurgery and neurology providers
• Research opportunities and support available through the Norton Healthcare Research Office Why Norton Healthcare for your career?
• Market share leader in the region
• Physician-led Norton Medical Group provides full operational support
• Strong support network of advanced practice providers, nurse navigators, educators and social workers
• Leadership development opportunities through the Provider Leadership Academy

For more information please contact Angela Elliott, Sr. Physician Recruiter, at or 859-613-1984


  Neurologist - Movement Disorders, Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor - Stony Brook University

Posted on March 13, 2024

The Department of Neurology in the Renaissance School of Medicine is seeking Movement Disorders neurologists to join our outstanding Parkinson's and Movement Disorders Center.

Stony Brook is home to the only DBS program, Tics and Tourette's Disorder TAA Center of Excellence and Huntington's Disease HDSA Center of Excellence in Suffolk County, Long Island, NY. Suffolk County has a catchment area of more than 1.5 million residents, of which nearly a quarter of a million are geriatric. We partner with Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, which offers numerous wellness programs with support of APDA.

Stony Brook University Hospital is a 624-bed tertiary care university hospital. Its academic affiliate, Stony Brook University, is ranked #1 among New York state public universities. It has a state-of-the-art PET-MRI and other neuroimaging with a cyclotron. We are members of the Parkinson Study and Huntington Study Groups, with active clinical trials and investigator-initiated research.

Responsibilities include:
• Management of patients with Movement Disorders, including inpatient Movement Disorders consultations
• Commitment to community engagements and education
• Coverage of the General Neurology or consult services
• Favorable weekend and overnight call responsibility shared equally among faculty
• Supervision of Neurology residents and medical students.

This represents an exciting opportunity for a Movement Disorders neurologist interested in building an outpatient movement disorders practice at the region's premier academic medical center. Candidates will have the opportunity to develop innovative clinical, educational, and research programs to suit their unique academic interests.

Faculty can also take advantage of an exceptional retirement plan offered through the New York State Pension plan and 457(b), 401(a) and 403(b).

Required Qualifications:
• M.D. or D.O. degree (or foreign equivalent)
• Movement Disorders fellowship training
• Board Certified/Board Eligible in Neurology
• Eligibility for New York State licensure

Preferred Qualifications:
• Two years or more of fellowship training
• Proficiency in DBS programming and botulinum toxin treatment
• Experience in DBS intraoperative neurophysiology
• Interest in building specialized programs focusing on neurogenetics, ataxia, or normal pressure hydrocephalus

Apply here:

  Academic Neurologist - Movement Disorders - Mayo Clinic in Arizona (Scottsdale)

Posted on March 13, 2024

The Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona is seeking an Academic Neurologist with expertise in Movement Disorders to join our practice. The Movement Disorders Division is looking for a subspecialty trained, board certified physician with a clinical-research focus. Activities and necessary skills include botulinum toxin injections, DBS programming, and involvement in clinical drug studies.

The division is also actively engaged in the education and mentorship of medical students, residents, and fellows in both the inpatient and outpatient practice. There are abundant opportunities to accommodate candidates with combined clinical and research interests. Resources include Arizona Study of Aging and Neurodegenerative Disorders (AZSAND) and Brain and Body Donation Program (BBDP), Arizona Parkinson’s Disease Consortium, and more.

We are looking for an individual who can bring enthusiasm, leadership, and fresh ideas to our clinical and research practices.

License or Certification Candidates must be board-certified in Neurology and trained in movement disorders.

Apply here:

  Neurology Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant

Posted on March 8, 2024

The Intermountain Neurosciences Clinical Program is conducting a search for an Advanced Practice Provider (Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant) to join our Movement Disorder Center.

The Movement Disorder Center is located within the broader Neuroscience Institute on the Intermountain Medical Center (IMED) campus in Salt Lake City, Utah and serves as the hub for movement disorder care for the Intermountain System.

The Movement Disorder Center offers comprehensive care including Deep Brain Stimulation and botulinum toxin injections for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and other movement disorders as well as a robust portfolio of Parkinson’s research trials. Unique services and clinical support staff within our center include robust integration of genetic counseling, a Parkinson’s Nurse who serves as our Center Coordinator, a Nurse Navigator who bridges the clinical and social work needs of our patients, and an integrated primary care physician who is only available to people with PD seen in this clinic.

Prior experience in Movement Disorders and/or Neurosciences is required. Successful candidates will demonstrate extraordinary clinical skills, exemplary bedside manner, strong teamwork, and a passion for disruptive innovation to redefine the ways in which we care for patients.

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  Director of Clinical Operations - Movement Disorders - Duke

Posted on March 8, 2024

The Division of Movement Disorders in the Department of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center is recruiting a Director of Clinical Operations for its clinically-focused Movement Disorders faculty. Qualified mid-career candidates will have an MD or MD/PhD, board certification in Neurology, fellowship training in Movement Disorders and a proven track record in a leadership role. The Division allows flexibility in a candidate’s Movement Disorders subspecialty arena.

Successful hire will bring a vision for excellence in clinical, clinical research and/or education. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience and potential. Duke offers competitive financial and benefits packages to recruit and retain stellar individuals. Visit Duke Neurology at 

Duke University Hospital and Duke University School of Medicine are consistently ranked near the top in the nation by US News and World Report. Our Division has nationally recognized programs in Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia and tremor as well as a robust surgical program. This is an exciting career opportunity to join a stellar Movement Disorders program with an exceptional environment for research collaborations and activities. Duke’s research labs, hospital, clinics and undergraduate campus are all connected in the center of campus (including Duke’s Neurosciences Building), creating an exceptional environment for such collaborations. Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter The Research Triangle Park is a globally prominent hub for high-tech research and development. Conceived around three major universities in Durham, Chapel Hill and Raleigh, the region attracts and fosters cultural diversity, economic resilience, and is nationally recognized as a great place to live and work.

To learn more about the Duke and Greater Triangle communities, visit

With a deep commitment to attracting and retaining a diverse staff, Duke University will honor your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. Together, our community strives to create and maintain working, learning and care environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming. Duke is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter of Interest at

  Assistant Professor - Movement Disorders - Duke

Posted on March 8, 2024

The Division of Movement Disorders in the Department of Neurology at Duke University Medical Center is recruiting clinical-focused faculty at the Assistant Professor level. Qualified candidates will have an MD or MD/PhD, board certification in Neurology and fellowship training in Movement Disorders. The Division seeks to grow its clinical faculty and has flexibility in a candidates Movement Disorders subspecialty arena.

Successful hire will bring a vision for excellence in clinical, clinical research and/or education. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience and potential. Duke offers competitive financial and benefits packages to recruit and retain stellar individuals. Visit Duke Department of Neurology at 

Duke University Hospital and Duke University School of Medicine are consistently ranked near the top in the nation by US News and World Report. Our Division has nationally recognized programs in Parkinsons disease, Huntingtons disease, dystonia and tremor as well as a robust surgical program. This is an exciting career opportunity to join a stellar Movement Disorders program with an exceptional environment for research collaborations and activities. Dukes research labs, hospital, clinics and undergraduate campus are all connected in the center of campus (including Dukes Neurosciences Building), creating an exceptional environment for such collaborations. The Research Triangle Park is a globally prominent hub for high-tech research and development. Conceived around three major universities in Durham, Chapel Hill and Raleigh, the region attracts and fosters cultural diversity, economic resilience, and is nationally recognized as a great place to live and work.

To learn more about the Duke and Greater Triangle communities, visit 

Interested candidates should submit CV and Letter of Interest at

  Movement Disorders Neurologist - Allegheny Health Network - Pittsburgh, PA

Posted on February 28, 2024

Allegheny Health Network, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation for movement disorders and continues to innovate in the field of neuromodulation, is seeking a Movement Disorders Neurologist in Pittsburgh, PA.

Movement Disorders Highlights:
• Program cares for over 4,400 movement disorder patients, over 1,500 Parkinson’s patients, as well as additional referrals from our larger primary care network
• Program composed of Faculty, APPs, a nurse navigator, research coordinators, nursing staff, and comprehensive administrative support
• Cahouet Center for Comprehensive Parkinson’s Care
• Collaboration with nationally recognized Neurosurgery expertise in functional neurosurgery and Deep Brain Stimulation
• Neuropsychologist support for presurgical assessment of DBS patients, as well as physical and occupational therapists trained in LSVT BIG & LOUD

Job Qualifications:
• Board Eligible or Board Certified in Neurological Surgery
• Pennsylvania License
• Fellowship trained or clinical experience in movement disorders

AHN Proudly Offers:
• Competitive Compensation Package
• Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
• Retirement Benefits
• Generous PTO Plan

Additional benefits include, but not limited to:
• Employee Discounts
• Gym Discounts

AHN Neuroscience Institute:
Our Institute integrates renowned experts in the subspecialties of neurology, neuroradiology, neuro-critical care, and neurosurgery to offer leading-edge diagnosis and treatment for patients with the most complex neurological disorders across 7 hospitals throughout Western PA. The Neuroscience Institute currently staffs 24 neurosurgeons and 28 Neurologists who specialize in a myriad of neurosurgical disorders, including brain, spine and skull based surgery, stroke, movement disorders, cranial nerve disorders, neuro-oncology, epilepsy, headache, neuromuscular disorders, dementia and concussions to name a few. The Department has a quaternary care facility within Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) in Pittsburgh PA, that has a level 1 trauma center, and a level 2 trauma center at Forbes Regional Hospital (FRH), located in Monroeville, Pa. Allegheny Health Network Nationally recognized for innovative practices and quality care, Allegheny Health Network is one of the largest healthcare systems serving Western PA, WV and Eastern OH – ten diverse hospitals, over 250 health care facilities and growing! Our not-for-profit, physician-led organization is a subsidiary of Highmark Health.


  BC/BE Neurologist - HHC - Ayer Neuroscience Institute

Posted on January 31, 2024

Listed as one of Fortune’s “America’s Most Innovative Companies in 2023”, Hartford HealthCare (HHC) is the largest integrated health care system in CT employing 2,500 providers in over 400 practice locations, including 7 Hospitals and a large multi-specialty group.

We invite you to join the Ayer Neuroscience Institute at Hartford HealthCare, a rapidly expanding Institute with a focus on comprehensive patient care, academics, and research. The Institute enjoys the resources of a system committed to excellence in patient quality and experience and boasts an impressive staff of 135 Neuroscience physicians and advanced practitioners with training and expertise in the areas of vascular neurology, neuro-oncology, neuromuscular, movement disorders, epilepsy, headache, pain management, cognitive neurology, neurosurgery, neurocritical care, neuro ophthalmology and general neurology.


Practice within the renowned Chase Family Movement Disorders Center, a premier signature program of the Ayer Neuroscience Institute, alongside a highly-skilled team of neurologists, advanced practitioners, neuropsychologists, and social workers. Located in Vernon, CT.

• Develop personalized treatment plans for a diverse panel of patients with movement disorders and leverage direct, onsite support services ranging from rehabilitation and behavioral health to holistic medicine and exercise classes.

• Join a program that is one of the first facilities to be designated as a Comprehensive Care Center by the Parkinson’s Foundation’s prestigious Global Care Network, which recognizes the Center’s exemplary multidisciplinary care.

• Work within a trusted integrated healthcare system that puts the expertise of talented physicians across all specialties together to help treat and care for patients who suffer from ongoing conditions.

• Conduct clinical trials and research dedicated to finding new effective treatments for movement disorders and become involved in mentoring students, providers and physicians-in-training who will serve the community in the future.

If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities, please contact HHC’s Neuroscience Recruiter

  Physician-Movement Disorders Neurologist - Coastal Maine

Posted on January 24, 2024

Maine Medical Partners Neurology has an immediate full-time opening for a BC/BE neurologist with fellowship training in Movement Disorders. The appropriate candidate would join our well-established neurology division, which consists of 23 physicians, including five Pediatric Neurologists, and nine Advanced Practice Providers, with on-site MRI and neurodiagnostic lab. The Neurology group has been the premiere site for neurology care in Maine since 1988. The practice works closely with our Neuroscience Institute to further develop Neuroscience Centers of Excellence in support of our multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular, stroke, epilepsy, and movement disorders programs. An active clinical research program is supported through Maine Medical Center Research Institute. The successful candidate will join a multidisciplinary team consisting of two movement disorders specialists, a dedicated nurse practitioner, neuropsychologist, social worker and 1:1 nursing support. Opportunity exists to participate in a robust and well-established movement disorders surgical program serving the entire state of Maine and beyond.

Maine Medical Center has 700 licensed beds and is the state’s leading tertiary care hospital and Level 1 Trauma Center, with a full complement of residencies and fellowships, and integration with Tufts University Medical School. Candidate will have the opportunity to teach Neurology residents, residents and fellows from other departments, and medical students. Hospital admission service, stroke and telestroke management, and after-hours phone call coverage is provided by a team of dedicated Neurohospitalists. Inpatient coverage is limited to an equitable share of daytime coverage on the consult service 4-5 weeks per year.

The successful candidate will be employed by Maine Medical Partners (MMP), a subsidiary of Maine Medical Center and Maine’s largest multi-specialty group. MMP serves the health care needs of patients throughout Maine and Northern New England. This high-quality team of 600+ physicians and 350+ advanced practice professionals provides a wide range of hospital-based, primary, specialty, and sub-specialty adult and pediatric care delivered throughout a network of 54 locations across the State and acts as a regional referral network.

Maine’s largest metro, Portland lies two hours north of Boston. Home to more than 525,000 people, Portland is Maine’s most celebrated city. named it 2018 Restaurant City of the Year. has ranked it among its Top Ten Most Livable Cities and called it “One of the Coolest Small Cities in America.”

Ideal for families and young professionals, Portland offers exceptional foods, lifestyles and activities. Attractions include its historic Old Port district, craft microbreweries, the Portland Museum of Art, Victoria Mansion, Wadsworth-Longfellow House and six classic lighthouses. Neighborhoods are welcoming, with many beautiful homes. Public and private schools are excellent. Transportation is reliable, and there are many four-season outdoor activities to enjoy, from sailing and kayaking to hiking, mountain biking and snowshoeing to skiing at one of 14 Maine-area ski resorts.

Maine Medical Partners is committed to creating an equitable, inclusive environment that is welcoming to diverse faculty. MaineHealth is a not-for-profit organization, and its physicians are eligible for loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program.

Interested candidates may submit a cover letter and CV to Linda Wiley at

Website: Physician-Movement Disorders Neurologist in Scarborough, ME - Provider Specialties Career Site (

  Movement Disorders Section Chief - University of California at Davis, School of Medicine

Posted on January 19, 2024

The Department of Neurology, University of California at Davis, School of Medicine is recruiting a physician leader to serve as Section Chief of our growing division of Movement Disorders.

The position is offered in the Health Sciences Clinical Professor (HSCP) or Clinical Neurology series at the Associate or Full Professor rank, commensurate with experience. The incumbent will serve as Section Chief of Movement Disorders, providing leadership, support, and strategic planning of the Section, including direction of its clinical, educational, and research efforts. The position requires strong leadership and management skills related to operational effectiveness, strategic planning, and clinical operations. The incumbent will provide guidance and mentorship to promote the success of faculty at all levels, recruit and retain faculty, develop strategies to enhance communication and collaboration in partnership with the department Chair, and create a safe, equitable and inclusive workplace. All clinical faculty members must provide inpatient and outpatient clinic care; teach medical students, residents, and fellows; develop research and/or creative work; and provide University and public service.

Duties and Responsibilities

The incumbent will join an established team including a multi-disciplinary Huntington Disease (HDSA) Center of Excellence at UC Davis, Deep Brain Stimulation Program, and movement disorders fellowship program. The clinic provides a dedicated Movement Disorders team including neuropsychologists, nurse practitioner, psychiatrist, genetic counselor, physical therapist, social workers, with additional support of a program medical assistant and clinical pharmacists. The program is actively involved in industry- and NIH- sponsored clinical trials research as well as investigator-initiated translational research with basic neuroscience faculty.

The UC Davis Department of Neurology and UC Davis Health teaching hospital are nationally ranked in US News & World Report. The department continues to expand with 60 clinical faculty across all neurological specialties, total faculty of 80, and excellent nursing, staff, neuropsychology, social work, clinical research, and pharmacological support.

For the full position description, list of qualifications, and to apply, please visit:

  Atrium Health Neurosciences Institute Seeking Movement/Parkinson’s Physician in Charlotte, NC

Posted on January 11, 2024

Atrium Health Neurosciences Institute-Neurology (NIN) is seeking BE/BC Neurologists with subspecialty fellowship training/experience in Movement Disorder to join our rapidly growing health care system located in the Charlotte- metro area. Seeking a neurologist with fellowship training/experience in Movement Disorders who has particular interest in building an academic career to join a well-established and growing Movement Disorders program at Atrium Health Neurosciences Institute Neurology in Charlotte, NC.

The Neurology Department at Atrium Health is a network of 70+ neurology providers that supports 15 care locations across the greater Charlotte region. We are seeking a clinical/academic movement disorders specialist to expand expertise in clinical care, clinical research, and translational neuroscience investigations. The growing academic department brings exciting opportunities for innovative patient care, team-based care models, teaching and research.

About the Position
• Join an established Movement Disorder program with 2 full time movement disorder specialists within the Charlotte Metro region.
• Interest in medical education and research is a must. Experience and expertise in research within Movement Disorders is preferred but can support those with interest in building this aspect of their career.
• Opportunity to help build/expand our Movement Disorders research portfolio, dedicated research staff and infrastructure to support dedicated research time and effort.
• Academic opportunities with faculty appointment with Wake Forest University.
• Resident and medical student teaching
• 100% Outpatient. No hospital call.
• Excellent clinical resources including RNs, allied health teammates, DBS coordinator and dedicated social workers
• Call Coverage to support after hours clinic patients only, rotation approximately 1 week per quarter.

What Atrium Health has to offer:
• Competitive salary and benefits
• Appealing work-life balance
• Academic opportunities with strong research support and expanding educational opportunities.
• Network of over 2,500 employed physicians provides established referral base.

About Atrium
Health Atrium Health is a nationally recognized leader in shaping health outcomes through innovative research, education and compassionate patient care. It is part of Advocate Health, the fifth-largest nonprofit health system in the U.S., serving nearly 6 million patients annually.


  Movement Disorder Faculty Position - Movement Disorder Center of Albany Med Health System

Posted on January 10, 2024

The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center of Albany Med Health System is seeking a full-time BC/BE neurologist who has completed fellowship training in movement disorders.

The position is intended for a highly motivated clinician/scientist at the assistant, associate, or full professor level. The successful applicant will participate in a busy outpatient practice and will also be expected to participate in the conduct of an active clinical trial and collaborative research program. Ideally, candidates will have expertise in the management of patients treated with DBS and botulinum toxin therapy. A commitment to the teaching of residents and medical students is required. The position offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Interested candidates should send a CV, brief statement of career goals and letters of recommendation to: Eric S. Molho, M.D., Riley Family Chair in Parkinson’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center of Albany Med Health System, 47 New Scotland Ave., Albany, NY 12208. Tel: (518)262-6611. FAX: (518)262-6612. EEO/AA Employer M/F/D. A smoke-free institution.

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  Movement Disorder Fellowship - Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist

Posted on March 8, 2024

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist / Wake Forest School of Medicine has one of the oldest Movement Disorder programs in the Carolinas and the DBS program is among the nation’s busiest and offers close collaboration between neurology and neurosurgery.

The fellow will see clinic patients with both faculty and APPs in specialty clinics: Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, pediatric movement including tic disorders, and cognitive-behavioral. The fellow will also have their own continuity clinic. The fellow will receive hands-on procedural training in: DBS evaluation, intraoperative MER, and programing; Duopa pump evaluation and programing; Botulinum toxin injections with electrical stimulation and EMG guidance. The fellow will not have in-patient call/consults. The fellow will have a research project and present at least once at a national or international meeting.

Each applicant is required to have completed a residency program in Adult Neurology accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in the U.S. or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Foreign medical graduates must have passed the ECFMG and USMLE exams. We sponsor J-1 visas only.

Contact April Edwards at for the application. You will also need to provide a CV, personal statement, USMLE/COMLEX transcripts, and three letters of recommendation and one must be from your residency program director.


  Pediatric Movement Disorders & Neurogenetics Fellowship (2025-2026)

Posted on March 7, 2024

Location of the Fellowship Activities: Boston Children’s Hospital (primary affiliation) & Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center & Massachusetts General Hospital

Duration: 12-months (July 1st 2025 – June 30th 2026)

Prerequisites: Applicants must hold an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree, must have completed a residency program in child neurology by July 2025, and must be eligible for a medical license in Massachusetts. A strong interest in clinical and translational research is encouraged.

Clinical Training: The goal of this clinical training program is to provide fellows with the skills to become experts in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric movement disorders, with a particular focus on genetic movement disorders. The core component of the clinical education consists of evaluating patients in the Movement Disorders Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and select clinics within the Movement Disorders Division at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Massachusetts General Hospital. Clinical activities will be overseen by faculty with sub-specialty training in Movement Disorders. The program also includes training in neurogenetics, rare disease research, precision medicine approaches, and specialized techniques and procedures for movement disorders, such as deep brain stimulation and botulinum toxin injections.


  Movement Disorders Fellowship - The UC Davis Department of Neurology

Posted on February 28, 2024

The UC Davis Department of Neurology is offering a one year fellowship program in Movement Disorders. Fellows receive in-depth clinical training in the diagnosis and management of a wide variety of movement disorders, including Huntington’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, ataxia, dystonia, tremor, functional neurological disorders, myoclonus, and dementias. The fellow will gain extensive experience with Deep Brain Stimulation (including the evaluation pathway, surgical placement in the OR, and programming of all 3 major DBS devices) and the application of botulinum toxin injections for the treatment of movement disorders. The fellow will also participate in multidisciplinary clinics, and have the opportunity to be a part of clinical trials and other research opportunities through faculty membership in the Huntington Study Group and the Parkinson’s Study Group. Educational experiences include participation in case conferences, video rounds, journal clubs, lectures, seminars, support groups, symposia, and monthly meetings with faculty mentors.


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  Etiology and pathogenesis of essential tremor - IETF

Posted on April 10, 2024

IETF Request for Applications for Funding in 2025

The IETF is requesting proposals for grants addressing the etiology and pathogenesis of essential tremor. Concise, clearly written proposals that are hypothesis-driven have the best chance of being funded. Download the Request for Applications guidelines to learn more. We are grateful to the estates of Richard B. Peters, and Lillian and David Courtheoux who provide funding for this program.

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