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|Steven Reich, M.D.||1987-1988||Professor, University of Maryland||Clinical movement disorders||Voted Baltimore Top Doctor numerous times|
|Hagai Bergman, M.D.||1988-1990||Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem||Basal ganglia physiology in health and Parkinson's disease||2013 Rappaport Prize for excellence in biomedical research; 2016 Blumberg Prize for medical science|
|Jerrold Vitek, M.D., Ph.D.||1988-1990||Professor, University of Minnesota; Head, Department of Neurology||Neuromodulation in Parkinson's disease||Director, University of Minnesota Udall Center|
|Thomas Wichmann, M.D.||1989-1992||Professor, Emory University; Associate Director, Emory Movement Disorders Clinic||Causes and effects of abnormal neuronal activity in the basal ganglia in Parkinson's disease||Director, Emory University Udall Center|
|Ted Dawson, M.D., Ph.D.||1990-1992||Professor, Johns Hopkins||Mechanisms of Parkinson's disease pathogenesis||Numerous publication in Science and Cell; Director, Johns Hopkins Udall Center|
|Edwin George, M.D., Ph.D.||1991-1993||Assistant Professor, Director, Movement Disorders Center, Wayne State University||Clinical Trials for Parkinson's disease and dystonia; neuronal reaction to injury and neural regeneration||2010 Chair of the Board of Directors, Michigan Parkinson's Disease Foundation|
|Katrin Andreasson, M.D.||1992-1994||Professor, Stanford University||Mechanisms of neuroinflammation in synaptic and neuronal injury in chronic and acute models of neurological disease||2001 Paul Beeson Physician Faculty Scholars in Aging Award, American Federation for Aging Research; 2005 Pfizer/AFAR Innovations in Aging Research Award, American Federation for Aging Research|
|Allen Mandir, M.D., Ph.D.||1996-1998||Professor, Georgetown University Medical Center||Neurophysiology; movement disorders and Parkinson's disease treatment||Director, Georgetown Intraoperative Neuromonitoring program|
|Michael Cooper, M.D.||1996-1999||Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University; Chief, VA Neurology||Brain tumor cellular heterogeneity with respect to molecular pathways that drive glioma cell growth and adaptive responses to therapeutic modalities||1996 Howard Hughes Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for Physicians|
|Hyder Jinnah, M.D., Ph.D.||1998-2000||Professor, Emory University||Neurobiology / genetics of dystonia||Director, Dystonia Coalition|
|Joseph Savitt, M.D., Ph.D.||2001-2003||Associate Professor, University of Maryland||Atypical Parkinsonisms||Site P.I. on numerous clinical trials|
|Frank Skidmore, M.D.||2002-2003||Associate Professor, University of Alabama||High-performance computer analysis of brain imaging data||More than 25 peer-reviewed publications|
|Rainer Von Coelln, M.D., Ph.D.||2009-2010||Assistant Professor, University of Maryland||DBS, selection / management, genetics in Parkinson's disease||2014 AAN Clinical Research Training Fellowship|
|Shawn Smyth, M.D.||2011-2012||Movement disorders private practice, JHU adjunct / affiliate||Atypical Parkinsonism, DBS management, dementia||Published on cognitive aspects of movement disorders|
|Liana Rosenthal, M.D.||2010-2012||Assistant Professor, JHU||Parkinson's disease, ataxia||Clinical Director of Udall Parkinson's Disease Center of Excellence, Johns Hopkins|
|Chizoba C. Umeh, M.D.||2012-2013||Clinical Instructor, Brigham and Women's Hospital||DBS management, botulinum toxin treatment||Published on Parkinson's disease and other movement disorder topics|
|Laura Tochen, M.D.||2014-2016||Assistant Professor, Children's National Health Systems||Pediatric movement disorders, DBS in pediatric cases||Published on a variety of pediatric movement disorders|
|Martin Kronenbuerger, M.D.||2014-2017||Research Associate, Queen's Univeristy, Toronto||DBS, essential Tremor||Numerous publications during fellowship|
|Ankur Butala, M.D.||2015-2018||Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins||Psychiatric aspects of movement disorders (double boarded, joint psychiatry appt), cannabis in movement disorders||Spearheading several clinical studies|
|Emile Moukheiber, M.D.||2016-2018||Instructor, Johns Hopkins||Ataxia, telemedicine, international medicine, Parkinson's disease, neuromodulation||Hired early out of fellowship|
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