- Click here to learn about research opportunities for Movement Disorders patients.
- Merrie Boone Comprehensive Care Clinic for Parkinson's Lunch and Learn Series | Thursday, March 5, 2020| Noon-1:30pm | 12 Executive Park Dr. NE | 1st Floor Training Room B | To register call 404-712-6990.
- Make plans to join us for the 2nd annual Making Strides in Movement Scientific Symposium April 18, 2020. Call 404-712-1416 for ticket and sponsorship information.
- Hear from Dr. Jorge Juncos about Tourette Syndrome. Click here to view the video.
- Emory is a member of the Udall Parkinson's Disease Research Center network | To learn more visit www.udall.emory.edu
The Emory Movement Disorders Program has a tripartite mission of research, clinical care, and education. Clinically, the Jean and Paul Amos Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders Program under the direction of Dr. Stewart Factor cares for more than 6000 patients with movement disorders. About 50% of these patients suffer from parkinsonism. We have 16 clinicians, 2 nurse practitioners and 4 fellows specializing exclusively in movement disorders. We have an interdisciplinary comprehensive care center where patients have a two-day intensive assessment by specialists in movement disorders, cognition, psychiatry, sleep, geriatrics as well as PT/OT/ST and also meet with a case manager. This program, now the Merrie Boone Comprehensive Care Clinic for Parkinson’s, has expanded its capacity and scope.