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Danielle Feigenbaum, MD

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology (Part-Time)
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    Dr. Danielle Feigenbaum is a board certified neurologist specializing in Parkinson disease, dystonia, ataxia, chorea, and other movement disorders. In addition to her clinical activities, Dr. Feigenbaum is active in research and education. Her research focuses primarily on finding biomarkers to help diagnose Parkinson’s disease. She also has an interest in a movement rich lifestyle and its beneficial effects in all aspects of life. Dr. Feigenbaum serves as the site investigator for several clinical trials studying new treatments for Parkinson’s disease and dystonia.

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    1. Hamm-Alvarez SF, Janga SR, Edman MC, Feigenbaum D, Freire D, Mack WJ, Okamoto CT, Lew MF. Levels of oligomeric a-Synuclein in reflex tears distinguish Parkinson's disease patients from healthy controls. Biomark Med. 2019 Sep 25. PMID: 31552762.
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    2. Hamm-Alvarez SF, Okamoto CT, Janga SR, Feigenbaum D, Edman MC, Freire D, Shah M, Ghanshani R, Mack WJ, Lew MF. Oligomeric a-synuclein is increased in basal tears of Parkinson's patients. Biomark Med. 2019 Aug; 13(11):941-952. PMID: 31262201.
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    3. Yanuck D, Mihos CG, Santana O. Mechanisms and clinical evidence of the pleiotropic effects of the hydroxy-methyl-glutaryl-CoA reductase inhibitors in central nervous system disorders: a comprehensive review. Int J Neurosci. 2012 Nov; 122(11):619-29. PMID: 22720798.
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    4. Gardener H, Beecham A, Cabral D, Yanuck D, Slifer S, Wang L, Blanton SH, Sacco RL, Juo SH, Rundek T. Carotid plaque and candidate genes related to inflammation and endothelial function in Hispanics from northern Manhattan. Stroke. 2011 Apr; 42(4):889-96. PMID: 21393601.
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    5. Wang L, Yanuck D, Beecham A, Gardener H, Slifer S, Blanton SH, Sacco RL, Rundek T. A candidate gene study revealed sex-specific association between the OLR1 gene and carotid plaque. Stroke. 2011 Mar; 42(3):588-92. PMID: 21257822.
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