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Mark Stacy

Mark Stacy MD

Clinician, Human Motor Control Section, National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, Maryland

Dr. Stacy is a 1986 graduate of University of Missouri School of Medicine. He completed a residency at Hahnemann (Drexel) University, and fellowship in Movement Disorders at Baylor College of Medicine. His faculty appointments have been at University of Missouri, Barrow Neurological Institute (Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center) and Duke University. At Duke he also served as Vice Dean for Clinical Research. Before arriving at the NIH, Stacy was the Dean of Brody School of Medicine and Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences at East Carolina University.

Dr. Stacy’s research has focused on Impulse Control Disorders and Wearing Off in Parkinson Disease. He has served on the Editorial Board of Journal of Clinical Investigation and as Editor of the Movement Disorders Society Newsletter: Moving Along. He is currently on the Editorial Board of Movement Disorders.