Mark Stacy, MD, has been appointed as the new Vice Dean for Clinical Research at Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. Stacy joined Duke in 2003, where he is a professor of medicine in the division of neurology and director of Duke’s Movement Disorders Center. He formerly served as director of the Neurology Clinical Research Organization and, since 2009, has also served as Associate Dean for Clinical Research.
Dr. Stacy’s clinical and research interest is focused on Parkinson’s disease. He has participated in numerous clinical trials aimed at development of therapies to treat various impulse-control disorders, and he serves as a consultant and in advisory roles for several national and community committees. He serves as co-editor of Moving Along, the newsletter of the Movement Disorders Society, and is the editor of The Handbook of Dystonia.
Before joining Duke, Dr. Stacy was director of the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Research Center in Phoenix, AZ. He earned his MD from the University of Missouri Columbia School of Medicine. He completed residency in neurology at Hahnemann University Hospital, affiliate of Drexel University College of Medicine in Pennsylvania, and fellowship in movement disorders at Baylor College of Medicine.
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Rheumatologist and molecular immunologist Paul B. Rothman, MD, has been appointed as dean of the School of Medicine and chief executive officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Rothman joins Johns Hopkins from the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa, where he served as dean since …