Movement Disorders Fellowship

Resident with Paula Ravin

Dr. Paula Ravin and Dr. Nabi Chowdhury

The UMass Movement Disorders Fellowship has been established since 1995 and has afforded the opportunity for training in the clinical spectrum of adults with movement disorders and adults with developmental disability. The program incorporates experience with BOTOX therapy, Baclofen therapy, Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's, Essential Tremor, Dystonia, pharmacologic trials and neurorehabilitation. There is also training in the evaluation and treatment of Autonomic disorders both within the office and the Autonomic Laboratory settings. The position allows 1-2 years of part time or full time commitment and the candidate can pursue a project including bench research within our department or the Neurosurgery division.
   Candidates must be board-eligible in Neurology and be in good standing in their current position. Interested neurology residents should contact Paula Ravin, MD at 508-334-2527 or 

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