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Michael Okun , MD - Photo Stem Cells and Parkinson’s

Published: December 7th, 2017

Click here to listen! Stem cells – those cells that can give rise to so many cell types in the body – have been touted as the cure-all for a […]

Grand Rounds – December 5, 2017

Published: December 4th, 2017

The University of Florida Continuing Medical Education and Department of Neurology Present “Clinical Applications of rTMS Therapy:  Sharing the Gator Experience”   Aparna Wagle Shukla, MD Associate Professor of Neurology […]

Neurotherapeutics Symposium 2018

Published: December 1st, 2017

Orlando, FL February 7-9, 2018 The University of Rochester Center for Experiential Learning is hosting a neurotherapeutics symposium in Orlando. This symposium focuses on the process of testing new drugs […]

Rev. Jesse Jackson reacts after projections show that Sen. Barack Obama will be elected to serve as the next president during a gathering in Grant Park on November 4, 2008, in Chicago. Joe Raedle / Getty Images Rev. Jesse Jackson, 76, reveals he has Parkinson’s disease

Published: November 21st, 2017

Although Parkinson’s is considered to be the most complex disease in medicine, it is also very treatable, Dr. Michael Okun, the national medical director for the Parkinson’s Foundation and chair […]

Slande Alliance photo Welcome Slande Alliance

Published: November 13th, 2017

Slande Alliance will be joining us as a Research Coordinator.  Please welcome her to the department!  

cover Movement Disorders Clinical Practice Ventral Intermediate Nucleus Versus Zona Incerta Region Deep Brain Stimulation In Essential Tremor

Published: November 9th, 2017

Congratulation to Robert Eisinger et al. (Dr. Michael Okun’s lab) on the publication of “Ventral Intermediate Nucleus Versus Zona Incerta Region Deep Brain Stimulation In Essential Tremor,” in the November issue […]

Photo Christian Wolf ARNP Welcome Christian Wolf, ARNP

Published: November 3rd, 2017

Please welcome Christian Wolf, ARNP.  Christian is the new extender on the general inpatient care ward.  

Cover of Parkinsonism and related disorders Square biphasic pulse deep brain stimulation for essential tremor: The BiP tremor study

Published: October 30th, 2017

Congratulations Drs. Sol De Jesus, Leonardo Almeida, Leili Shahgholi, Daniel Martinez-Ramirez, Aparna Wagle-Shukla, and Michael Okun on the publication of “Square biphasic pulse deep brain stimulation for essential tremor: The BiP tremor study.”  This article was published in the October […]

Symptom Dimensions of Depression and Apathy and Their Relationship With Cognition in Parkinson’s Disease

Published: October 27th, 2017

Congratulations to Drs. Okun, and Bowers on the publication of “Symptom Dimensions of Depression and Apathy and Their Relationship With Cognition in Parkinson’s Disease” in the October issue of Journal of […]

Reengineering Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Emerging Technologies

Published: October 24th, 2017

Congratulations Drs. Gunduz, Foote and Okun on the publication of “Reengineering Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders: Emerging Technologies,” in Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering’s September issue.   Abstract Deep […]

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