Brenda Hanna-Pladdy, PhD
Associate Professor of Neurology
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Brenda Hanna-Pladdy, PhD joined the Movement Disorders Division in August of 2014 and has served as the clinical neuropsychologist for the Deep Brain Stimulation Program. Her other clinical interests include neuropsychological assessment of neurodegeneration including Parkinson’s disease.
Her primary research interests are in cognitive aspects of skilled movements in aging, stroke and neurodegenerative disease utilizing neuropsychological, behavioral and functional neuroimaging techniques. She is PI of a federally funded research project exploring the plasticity of multisensory movement representations following stroke recovery (NIH-NCMRR).
Language(s): English; Arabic
University of Maryland Medical Center
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Louisiana State University, 1996
University of Florida College of Medicine, 1999
University of Florida College of Medicine - Clinical Neuropsychology, 2001