Montréal, Québec, Canada
Ronald B. Postuma earned his medical degree from the University of Manitoba, Canada (1995). He completed a clinical research fellowship with internal medicine training at the University of Manitoba and the University of Melbourne, Australia (1995–1999), a neurology fellowship at McGill University, Montreal, Canada (1999–2002), a movement disorders research fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada (2002–2004), and a masters in epidemiology at McGill University (2004–2006). Currently, he is Associate Professor at McGill University. He is a clinical researcher and movement disorders neurologist treating patients with Parkinson disease and related disorders. His research interest focuses on Parkinson disease, particularly on detecting early stages of disease, examining the impact of nonmotor symptoms on disease subtype and prognosis, and testing new treatments for nonmotor manifestations such as sleep disorders.