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Professional Education - Movement Disorders

The UC San Diego Parkinson and Other Movement Disorders Center has a strong commitment to teaching medical and PhD students, residents, fellows and visiting health professionals throughout the state. There are also opportunities for qualified visiting international scholars and undergraduate student volunteers to assist our research team. 


The fellowship experience is very rewarding. The fellow has plenty of opportunities to participate in the care and investigation of all aspects of movement disorders and dementia.

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Video Rounds

Find out about our regular video round presentations by experts on topics related to movement disorders.

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Journal Club

Each month a movement disorders fellow will present a related article, leading an educational discussion with faculty, fellows, residents, and other movement disorders specialists. 

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International Scholars

Learn more about the requirements to join the movement disorders team in research studies and trials. 

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Student Volunteer Program

The Parkinson and Other Movement Disorders Center offers volunteer opportunities in research. Find out the requirements to join our team.

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Neurology Grand Rounds

Find out when experts on topics related to movement disorders will be speaking at the Neurology Grand Rounds.

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