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Dr Michele Hu

Neurology

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  • Movement disorders

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Dr. Michele Hu is Associate Professor at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at Oxford University Hospitals. She obtained her medical degree from King’s College London, completing a PhD in Neuroscience at London University, and her neurology training at the Royal Free, National Hospital London, and Oxford University Hospitals.

Since her appointment as Movement Disorders Neurology Consultant in 2005, she has the advantage of having gained 13 years pragmatic experience looking after Parkinson's and other movement disorders patients, providing a unique insight that can be utilised to full advantage in the delivery of future treatments. She leads the clinical research program on the Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre Discovery cohort (OPDC; www.opdc.ox.ac.uk), one of the largest longitudinal cohorts of Parkinson’s patients in the world. Her group facilitates translational research in the field of longitudinal cohort studies and biomarkers for early and prodromal Parkinson’s disease, with particular focus on REM sleep behaviour disorder (RBD), and how sleep affects neurodegeneration.

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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