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Michele Matarazzo, MD

Clinical Research Fellow at Pacific Parkinson’s Research Centre, University of British Columbia

Location: Vancouver BC Canada

Dr. Michele Matarazzo is a neurologist, currently completing his two-year clinical research fellowship in Parkinson’s disease and related disorders in the Pacific Parkinson’s Research Centre at the University of British Columbia. After finishing his residency in neurology in 2014, he has been working in the “12 de Octubre” University Hospital and in HM CINAC in Madrid (Spain) as a clinical researcher in the MIT-based neuroQWERTY project, to study the use of new technology applied to typing as a biomarker for motor signs in Parkinson’s disease. His current fellowship was awarded from Parkinson Canada, and his research has been focused on novel techniques for multitracer longitudinal analysis of PET in Parkinson’s disease and on tau PET imaging in Parkinson’s and related disorders. He has published over 14 articles and book chapters, mainly focused advanced neuroimaging and use of technology in Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders.

Associated Grants

  • Molecular Imaging and Computer Typing in GBA-PD and Asymptomatic GBA-mutation Carriers


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