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Antonio P. Strafella, MD, PhD, FRCPC

Associate Professor at Toronto Western Hospital, UHN and University of Toronto

Location: Toronto Canada

Dr. Antonio P. Strafella is a neurologist with expertise in movement disorders and functional brain imaging. He is a Canada Research Chair in movement disorders and Neuroimaging, an associate professor in the deptartment of medicine/neurology at UHN, senior scientist in the Division of Brain Imaging & Behaviour Systems at the Toronto Western Research Institute and Associate Scientist in the PET Imaging Centre at CAMH. Using a number of PET tracers and novel radio-ligands, his studies focus on investigating the pathophysiology of motor, cognitive (e.g. executive dysfunction) and behavioral symptoms (e.g. ICDs, Hallucinations etc.) in Parkinson’s disease.

Associated Grants

  • The Relationship Between Cognitive Phenotypes of PD with Visual Hallucinations and 5HT2A Receptors in the Inferotemporal Cortex


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