Lisa M. Shulman, MD
Professor of Neurology
Movement Disorders Neurology
Available for Telemedicine Visits
About Lisa M. Shulman, MDToggle accordion item
Lisa M. Shulman, MD is a neurologist specializing in Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. In addition to neurology, her diverse background includes training in health policy, nursing and education.
Dr. Shulman is the Eugenia Brin Professor of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders and the Rosalyn Newman Distinguished Scholar in Parkinson Disease.
She is director of the University of Maryland Movement Disorders Center. She served as treasurer of the American Academy of Neurology and is on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Neurology. Currently, Dr. Shulman serves on the Board of Directors of the PROMIS Health Organization and the American Brain Foundation.
Dr. Shulman's major research interest is the impact of chronic neurologic diseases such as Parkinson disease on daily function and quality of life. Related interests include outcomes measurement, health disparities, exercise interventions, biosensor-genotype-phenotype studies, clinical data visualization and cognitive/behavioral disorders. She has served as Investigator and Principal Investigator in numerous investigator-initiated and sponsored clinical trials. Dr. Shulman is Editor-in-Chief of Neurology Now Books and co-author of the reference book Parkinson's Disease: A Complete Guide for Patients and Families, now in its third edition and translated in three languages. She is author or editor of 200 books, chapters and peer-reviewed publications.
- In an interview on MPT's Your Health, Dr. Lisa Shulman discusses the latest in diagnosing and treating Parkinson's.
University of Maryland Medical Center
Member of UM Faculty Physicians, Inc.
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University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, 1988
Mount Sinai Medical Center, 1989
University of Miami JMH, 1992
American Academy of Neurology - Neurology, 2000
University of Miami JMH - Neurology/Movement Disorders, 1994
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Neurology, 1994