University of Virginia Health Sciences Center

University of Virginia Health Sciences Center

Virginia Health Sciences CenterContact Information

  University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
500 Ray C. Hunt Drive
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903

  Susan Dietrich (434) 243-5422


Trials/Studies

 

Site Coordinator

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Susan Dietrich
Phone: (434) 243-5422

Site Investigators

barrett matthew md_UVAMatthew Barrett, MD

Matthew J. Barrett is an Assistant Professor of Neurology. He received his medical degree from the University of Virginia. Following neurology residency at the University of Virginia, he completed a fellowship in movement disorders at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. During his fellowship, he earned a Master’s of Science in Clinical Research Methods from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Barrett sees patients with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, as well as patients with cognitive disorders. Currently he is focused on understanding genetic factors that influence the variability of cognitive and psychiatric symptoms in Parkinson disease.

 

 

Madaline B Harrison MD_UVAMadaline B. Harrison, MD

Dr. Madaline Harrison is a neurologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of movement disorders. She received her medical training at the University of Miami School of Medicine and completed a neurology residency and movement disorders fellowship at the University of Virginia. As a member of the Movement Disorders Group at the University of Virginia, she sees patients with Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia, tremor, Tourette syndrome, and other conditions. She participates in several multidisciplinary programs for the specialized care of patients with complex movement disorders. She directs the UVA Huntington’s Disease Program, an HDSA Center of Excellence which provides clinical services well as genetic counseling to patients and families through a multidisciplinary clinic.

In addition, she provides neurologic consultation for movement disorders in the Functional Neurosurgery Clinic and provides treatment for dystonia through the Chemodenervation Clinic. As a member of both the Parkinson’s Study Group and Huntington’s Study Group, she also participates in clinical trials of new pharmacologic treatments for these conditions.