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Carla Piano

Carla Piano MD

Clinical Neurologist, Center for Parkinson Disease and Extrapiramidal Disorders, Movement Disorders Unit, Institute of Neurology, Catholic University, Rome, Italy

Dr. Piano obtained her medical degree from the Medical School, of the Catholic University in Rome. She trained in neurology at the institute of Neurology of the Policlinico Agostino Gemelli in Rome, where she worked in the field of Movement Disorders. She completed fellowship training in the laboratory for the study of autonomic system in movement disorders of the Bologna University Alma Mater Studiorum. She took her PhD with a study on sleep disorders in Huntington Diseases, with the supervision of Prof. Pietro Cortelli. She is member of the Huntington disease network. She works as a clinical neurologist at the Center for Parkinson Disease and Extrapiramidal Disorders, Movement Disorders Unit, Institute of Neurology, Catholic University, Rome, Italy.

 

Position:

Clinical neurologist at the Center for Parkinson Disease and Extrapiramidal Disorders, Movement Disorders Unit, Institute of Neurology, Catholic University, Rome, Italy

 

Degrees:

MD: Catholic University in Rome

PhD: Bologna University Alma Mater Studiorum

Fellowship: laboratory for the study of autonomic system in movement disorders of the Bologna University Alma Mater Studiorum

 

Research interest:

Movement disorders, surgical treatments for movement disorders (DBS), Huntington’s Disease

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Cause of Nocturnal Agitation in Huntington's Disease