I have trained in neurology with a research track at Case Western Reserve University and then trained in movement disorders under Dr. Stanley Fahn at Columbia University. I have then completed the Master of Science program in Health and Clinical Informatics, based on which I am now eligible for Clinical Informatics board certification under the practice pathway. My clinical focus is on Parkinson’s disease (PD) and related atypical parkinsonian disorders, and I perform specialized procedures of deep brain stimulation (DBS) programming and botulinum toxin injections. As a movement disorders neurologist and a physician informatician, the primary niche of my academic career is in medical informatics research in PD and related neurodegenerative disorders, along with a secondary focus in medical education research in informatics.
Clinical Research Informatics
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