Assistant Professor of Neurology
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Penn., USA
Dr. Lana Chahine completed Neurology residency at Cleveland Clinic, where she was Neurology co-chief resident. She received sub-specialty training during a two-year movement disorders fellowship at the Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders center of the University of Pennsylvania as well as training in Sleep Medicine. In 2014, she completed a Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology. She is currently Assistant Professor of Neurology at University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Chahine’s research interests include (i) epidemiology and clinical/biomarker characterization of prodromal Parkinson’s disease (PD) (ii) sleep abnormalities in PD and their impact on cognition and other PD manifestations (iii) design and implementation of clinical trials for individuals with PD and related disorders.