Couldn't make it to the 2013 PD Symposium? Check out the presentations below...
Rodolfo Savica MD (presentation) -- Dr. Savica is a clinical faculty of Sleep and Movement Disorders Division within the Department of Neurology. He completed a
movement disorders fellowship, a behavioral fellowship and a DBS
fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester. His training and experience
have been focused on evaluation and management of movement
disorders and dementias. His main clinical interest is devoted to
patients affected by Parkinsonism, tremors and Dementia with Lewy
Bodies. In addition, his practice includes the use of botulinum toxin
injections to treat dystonias and movement disoders as well as the
electrophysiological analysis of movement disorders.
Kevin Walker MD (presentation) -- was born and raised in Midvale, Utah. He
completed his Bachelor of Music degree at Brigham Young
University in 2002 following which he attended medical school at
The Ohio State University College of Medicine, earning his medical
degree in 2006. He then returned to Utah and completed a residency
in Neurology in 2010 at the University of Utah. During residency
he developed a greater interest in and appreciation for sleep and the
lack thereof, prompting him to pursue a one-year sleep medicine
fellowship at the University of Utah and Affiliated Clinics. He is
currently board certified in both Neurology and Sleep Medicine and
recently joined the Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center where he
treats adults with sleep disorders.