Dr. Mandar Jog also has project collaborations with Dr. Rajni Patel, Dr. Scott Adams, Dr. Raj Rajakumar, Dr. Andrew Parrent, Dr. Stephen Pasternak, Dr. Keith Sequiera, Dr. Matthew Hebb, Dr. Keith MacDougall, Dr. Robert Chen and other movement disorder centers.
For inquiries regarding study schedule, please call 519-667-6708.
Dr. Mandar JogMovement Disorders Neurologist, Professor of Neurology, and Director of the London Movement Disorder Centre, National Parkinson Foundation Centre of Excellence
Daina WhiteClinic Secretary
Biography: Daina has been working with Dr. Jog for more than 15 years and manages the Movement Disorders Centre's clinical operations.
Heather RussellClinic Nurse
Biography: Heather is a Registered Nurse in Clinical Neurosciences initially in Neurosurgery/Neurology and mainly in the Epilepsy Unit. Heather currently assists Dr. Jog in his clinics as well as providing care to Parkinsons patients receiving DuoDopa or DBS.
Dr. Soumya ShermaClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr Soumya Sharma, Movement disorders Clinical and Research fellow, completed her Neurology training from GB Pant hospital, New Delhi, India.
Dr. Jacky GangulyClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr Jacky Ganguly is AMOSO Movement Disorder Clinical Fellow, done his MD Medicine and DM Neurology from Medical College Kolkata, India.
Dr. Dinkar KulshreshthaClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr Dinkar Kulshreshtha completed his neurology training from National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bengaluru, India and is currently on a study leave for 2 years from his current position as Additional Professor in Neurology at Lucknow, India.
Dr. Mohammed AlmotiriClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Dr. Mellany Tuesta BernaolaClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr. Mellany Tuesta Bernaola, PSSO Movement Disorders Clinical Fellow, completed her Neurology training MD Neurology from Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia in Peru.
Dr. Saurabh BansalClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr.Saurabh Bansal, Paladin Movement Disorders clinical Fellow, completed his Neurology training from the prestigious institute, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research in Chandigarh, India.
Dr. JiaRen ChaiClinical Neurology Fellow in Movement Disorders (MD)
Biography: Dr. JiaRen Chai is a recipient of the 2021 Dystonia Medical Research Foundation Canada Clinical and Research Fellowship. Originally from Malaysia, Dr. Chai completed his undergraduate medical degree at the Dalhousie University of Nova Scotia. Subsequently, he received excellent neurology residency training at the Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Dr. Sima SoltaniPost-Doctorial Fellowship, PhD in Comp/Sci, firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Sima Soltani received her PhD in Computer Science in 2016 from Queen’s University, Canada. She received her MSc. in software engineering in 2007 from Amirkabir University of Technology and her BSc in software engineering in 2004 from Isfahan University, Iran. Her research interest include cloud computing, data mining and data analysis, big data, machine learning and automatic computing systems.
Dr. Dorian AurPhD Clinical Research Associate, Computational Neuroscience
Greydon GilmorePhD Candidate in Biomedical Engineering, MSc in Neuroscience
Biography: In 2015, Greydon obtained his MSc in Neuroscience. Currently he is a PhD student in the lab investigating the electrophysiology of deep brain stimulation for Parkinson patients.
Olivia SamotusPhD Candidate (Phys/Pharm), MSc in Neuroscience
Biography: Olivia obtained her MSc in neuroscience in 2016 and is continuing on into her PhD exploring the use of spinal cord stimulation in Parkinson Disease.
Yokhesh TamilselvamPhD Candidate
Jack LeeClinical & Business Manager, MSc in Phys/Pharm
Biography: Jack completed his MSc degree from the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at UWO. Jack manages all industry collaborations and commercialization efforts to bring LondonMDC research from benchside to bedside.