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The Gardner Center for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders is a world-renown team of movement disorder experts
focused on treating the most complex patients. Our faculty are leaders in movement disorder research and clinical trials.
The largest active study is our Cincinnati Cohort Biomarker Program embraces the idea that there are likely dozens of biological pathways that lead to degenerative brain diseases like Parkinson’s
or Alzheimer’s. Moving towards this expanded mindset allows us to seek the right therapy for the right patient and away from umbrella terms that may hinder our ability to adequately treat patients.
This fellowship offers post-residency neurologists an intensive, two-year training in the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. Developing fellows’ expertise in clinical care is a priority, as you will receive regular
mentored time in fellows’ clinic, botulinum toxin injection clinic, DBS programming, and multidisciplinary Huntington’s disease genetics clinic. Fellows will also have the opportunity to propose research projects, as well as participate
in active clinical trials, as protected time for both research and education is part of the fellowship’s commitment to scholarship. For more information on the fellowship, please visit the Movement Disorder Fellowship
3113 Bellevue AveCincinnati, OH 45219Phone: 866-941-8264