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Rodger Elble

Rodger J. Elble MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Neurology, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, Illinois

Dr. Elble graduated from Purdue University in aeronautical engineering in 1971. He received his PhD (physiology and biochemistry) and MD degrees from Indiana University in 1975 and 1977, and completed his training in neurology at Washington University, St. Louis in 1981. Since then, his clinical practice at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine has been devoted primarily to patients with movement disorders. His research has focused on the quantification, diagnosis, and treatment of tremor disorders. Detailed bio: https://www.siumed.edu/neuro/faculty/rodger-j-elble.html

Disclosures

Rodger Elble has received consulting fees from Cavion, Cadent, Cydan, Jazz, Osmotica and Praxis Medicines. He receives research funds from the Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation, Illinois-Eastern Iowa District, and he is on the Medical Advisory Board of the International Essential Tremor Foundation and the Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation, Illinois-Eastern Iowa District. He has no other financial disclosures.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Essential Tremor Diagnosis Remains a Challenge