Prof. Nir Giladi
Neurology
Remedy Tours, Thursday 03 July 2008 - 17:00:00

Chairman Department of Neurology, Medical Center

Associate Professor, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University

Prof. Giladi graduated Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheba, Israel in 1983. He completed his residency training in Neurology, Carmel Medical Center, Haifa, Israel, Prof. Giladi continued his training in Movement Disorders, Columbia University, Presbyterian Medical Center, Neurological Institute, New York, USA in 1989-1991, Visiting Professorship - University of Oxford, Oxford Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, England in 2001, Visiting Professorship - Radboud University School of Medicine Nijmegen, Netherlands in 2006.

In 1993-1996 he was appointed as a Director of Parkinson's and Movement disorders clinic at the Neurology Dpt. of Carmel Medical Center, Haifa, Israel.

2007 Prof. Giladi is a Chairman Dept. of Neurology, Medical Center, Israel.

Awards and other professional activities
Member of the Editorial Board: Journal of Neural Transmission Movement Disorders, Parkinsonism & Related Disorders
Associate Editor: J. Neural Transm special issue on Gait and Mental Function, 2007

Mov Disord special supp. Freezing of Gait in PD, 2008

Current Treatment Options in Neurology Since 01/2008



Research projects ongoing or completed during the last 7 years

Year

Name of Project

Source of grant

2001

Functional MRI of hand movements in patients with arm dystonia

2001-2002

Comparison of the effect of Quetiapine vs. Clozapine for the treatment of Psychosis in Parkinson's disease, double blind prospective study

Astra- Zeneca

2001-2006 R01 N535069-05A1 PET in Parkinsonism: A multi-center collaborative study

NIH, USA

2002-2005

TMS for Freezing of Gait

Holand

2003-2004 Clinical anatomical correlation of Motor Impersistance in Huntington disease

Adam's SCtr

2005-2007 Occupation, environment APOE genotype and the risk for PD. Israeli Ministery
of Labor

2006-2007

Outreach Grant

NPF Center of Excellence

2006-2008

Comprehensive- care Grant

NPF Center of Excellence

2006-2008

Research Grant: LRRK2 mutations in Ashkenazi Jews: study with significant potential for contribution to the field. Funds are designated to cover collection of pilot data which can then be used to support applications for funding from other sources.

NPF Center of Excellence

2006-2008

Research Grant: Nicotine protection is seen as worthwhile continuations.

NPF Center of Excellence

2006-2008

Research Grant: Freezing of gait

NPF Center of Excellence

2007-2008

LRRK2 mutations in 1st degree relatives of PD patients.

National Parkinson's

Disease Foundation (NPF)

2005-2009

Gait instability in elderly persons at risk of falls

NIH / NIA RO1

2007-2009

SENSing and ACTION to support mobility in Ambient Assisted Living

European Union 6th Framework Program

2008-2010

Israeli pensioners Ministry

2006-2009

Dynamic Analysis of Physiological Networks

DAPHNet




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