Dr Michele Hu: Neurology

Dr Michele Hu


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  • Movement disorders

About me

After obtaining her medical degree (University of London, 1993) Michele was awarded an Action Research Training Fellowship and PhD in an imaging study of Parkinson’s cortical/striatal brain function. In 2005 Michele set up a neurology consultant-led clinical Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders service in Oxford and Milton Keynes. Michele is National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Parkinson’s Thames Valley Research Director, and member of the NIHR Parkinson’s Clinical Study/Portfolio Management Groups. In 2014 she became chair of the Research engagement sub-committee of the UK Parkinson's excellence network. She is co-Principal Investigator and Clinical Theme Leader of the Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre (OPDC), established in 2009 with the £5 million Parkinson’s UK-funded Monument Discovery Award to understand the early pathological pathways in Parkinson’s (http://opdc.medsci.ox.ac.uk).

Areas of interest

Botulinum therapy for dystonia and migraine; Parkinson's disease; Movement disorders, Dystonia, Atypical parkinsonism including PSP, MSA and CBD; General neurology

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