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Dr. Tanner is the Director of the San Francisco PADRECC. She comes to us from the Clinical Research department of the California Parkinson's Institute and Clinical Center. She is board certified in neurology, completed a residency in neurology and fellowship in clinical neuropharmacology and movement disorders at Rush University, and a doctorate in environmental health sciences at the University of California Berkeley. Dr. Tanner's clinical practice specializes in movement disorders - particularly Parkinson's disease, atypical Parkinsonism, and dystonia. Her research interests include investigations of descriptive epidemiology, environmental and genetic determinants, biomarkers, early detection, non-motor disease features and interventions for the secondary prevention, disease modification and symptomatic treatment of movement disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. Tanner received the Movement Disorders Research Award from the American Academy of Neurology in 2012. She has experience on national and international committees specific to movement disorders and in academic research on Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and Huntington's disease.
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Alzheimers Disease,Advances in Alzheimers Therapy,Alzheimers Medicine,Alzheimers Products & Market Analysis,Alzheimers Syntomas,Diagnostic Alzheimer,Pancreatic Enzyme Replacement Therapy,Heavy Chain Diseases
Diane Stephenson, Martha Brumfield, Klaus Romero, Janet Woodcock, Issam Zineh, Eric M Reiman, Caroline Tanner, Richard Mohs, Walter Koroshetz, Timothy Nicholas, Lisa J Bain, Derek Hill, Les Shaw, Johan Luthman, Michael Ropacki, Richard Meibach, Peter Loupos, Ken Marek, James Hendrix, Eric Karran, George Vradenburg, Keiju Motohashi, Jesse M Cedarbaum and Mark Forrest Gordon
Conference Proceeding: J Alzheimers Dis Parkinsonism 2015, 5:183