Samuel Goldman, MD, MPH
Clinical Research Scientist at The Parkinson's Institute
Location: Sunnyvale, California, United States
Samuel M. Goldman received his BS in Psychology from the University of Michigan, earned his MD at the University of Texas, Houston, and his MPH in Environmental Health Science from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a board-certified physician in preventive medicine and public health, and has practiced extensively in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Dr. Goldman joined the Parkinsonís Institute in 1993, working with Drs. Caroline†Tanner and J. William Langston to design and implement many large epidemiologic studies of Parkinsonís disease, atypical parkinsonisms, essential tremor and dystonia. Dr. Goldman has published numerous scientific papers on environmental risk factors for Parkinsonís disease, and has coauthored textbook chapters on the etiology of Parkinsonís disease. Dr. Goldmanís current research interests focus on the further elucidation of environmental and genetic risk factors for parkinsonism.