Our researchers also have project collaborations with: Dr. Scott Adams, Dr. Robert Chen, Dr. Jim Frank, Dr. Raj Kumar, Dr. Ken McIsaac, Dr. Andrew Parrent, Dr. Steven Pasternak, and Dr. Rajni Patel.
Dr. Mandar JogMovement Disorders Neurologist, Professor of Neurology, and Director of the London Movement Disorder Centre, National Parkinson Foundadtion Centre of Excellence
Daina WhiteClinic Secretary
Biography: Daina has been working with Dr. Jog for more than 15 years and manages the Movement Disorders Centre's clinical operations.
Heather RussellClinic Nurse
Biography: Heather is a Registered Nurse with 18 years experience in Clinical Neurosciences initially in Neurosurgery/Neurology and mainly in the Epilepsy Unit. Heather currently assists Dr. Jog in his clinics as well as providing care to Parkinsons patients receiving DuoDopa or DBS.
Niraj KumarClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr. Kumar completed his MD in General Medicine from Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India in 2006 and went on to pursue his DM degree in Neurology from Institute of Medical Science, Banaras Hindu University, India. With the aim of learning advancements in the field of movement disorders, he had joined as a full time clinical fellow and researcher at LondonMDC supervised by Dr. Mandar Jog.
Aditya MurgaiClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Sima SoltaniPost-Doctorial Fellowship, PhD in Comp/Sci, email@example.com
Biography: Sima Soltani received her PhD in Computer Science in 2016 from Queen’s University, Canada. She received her MSc. in software engineering in 2007 from Amirkabir University of Technology and her BSc in software engineering in 2004 from Isfahan University, Iran. Her research interest include cloud computing, data mining and data analysis, big data, machine learning and automatic computing systems.
Jack LeeClinical Research Scientist, MSc in Phys/Pharm, firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Jack completed his MSc degree from the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at UWO. Jack manages all industry collaborations and commercialization efforts to bring LondonMDC research from benchside to bedside.
Bosi DingResearch Coordinator, BHSc.
Biography: Bosi is working on the Ontario Brain Institute neurodegenerative project and conducting industry sponsored clinical trials.
Greydon GilmorePhD Candidate (Phys/Pharm), MSc in Neuroscience, email@example.com
Biography: Greydon graduated from Carleton University in 2013, obtaining his B.Sc honors in Neuroscience. He graduated top of his class receiving the University Medal in Science. During his undergraduate degree he investigated various aetiologies of Parkinson disease. Currently he is a master student in the lab investigating the optimization of deep brain stimulation for Parkinson patients. Greydon also hold a CIHR scholarship.
Olivia SamotusPhD Candidate (Phys/Pharm), MSc in Neuroscience, firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Olivia graduated from University of Ottawa in 2013, obtaining her Honours B.Sc. Specialization in Biochemistry (CO-OP) through her work in the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Cancer Centre. Olivia continues to develop a keen interest in neuroscience through her work with patients, and will be continuing as a MSc. candidate. Olivia's project involves BoNT-A and neuromodulation studies.
Adrianna TsangM.Sc Candidate (Phys/Pharm), email@example.com
Biography: Adrianna completed an Honours B. Sc in Anatomy and Cell Biology at McGill in 2014. During her undergraduate degree, she studied the pathophysiology of Parkinson disease at a molecular level at the Montreal Neurological Institute. Her MSc project will focus on behavioural aspects of Parkinson disease and is co-supervised by Dr. Jog and Dr. Rajakumar.
Carly JacksonM.Sc Candidate (Phys/Pharm), firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Carly obtained her B.Sc in Physiology and Psychology at UWO in 2014. Through her work with the Cognitive Development and Neuroimaging Laboratory, she developed a keen interest in neurological disorders. Carly will be studying motor fluctuations in Parkinson Disease.
Marcus PietermanM.Sc Candidate (Phys/Pharm), email@example.com
Biography: Marcus completed an Honors Specialization in Medical Sciences at UWO in 2015. Marcus successfully graduated in the top 5% of his faculty and is now pursuing an MSc degree. His passion for clinical research has currently lead him to investigate the optimization of deep brain stimulation in Parkinson patients. He looks forward to working alongside those involved with the Movement Disorders Centre.
Daphne HuiM.Sc Candidate (Phys/Pharm)
Shabna MohideenM.Sc Candidate (Phys/Pharm)
Mai Malkin2nd Year Medical Student
Biography: Mai is a 2nd year medical student currently conducting a comprehensive clinical chart study for tremor.
Cherry Liu4th Year Thesis (Phys/Pharm)
Bryce Paxton4th Year Thesis (Phys/Pharm)
Mitchell AdamsonThesis Student (Med Sci)
Biography: Mitchell is completing his Honours BMSc in Physiology with Dr. Jog. Throughout his undergraduate studies he developed a keen interest in neurological disorders, which has lead him to pursue further investigation into Parkinson's disease through clinical research.
Angeline HongResearch Student (Physiology)
Biography: Angeline is a 4th year undergraduate student studying Parkinson speech disabilities.
Eisha GuptaResearch Student (Med Sci)
Jenny ZhengResearch Student (Med Sci)
Vivian AnResearch Student (Med Sci)
Kevin LyResearch Student (Med Sci)
Shakir Syed AhamedResearch Student (Med Sci)
Leena Haelim KimResearch Student (Med Sci)
Eun LeeResearch Student (Med Sci)