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Joseph H. Friedman

Clinical Movement Disorders Specialist

Brown University

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Brown University

1 PROSPECT ST

Providence, Rhode Island,02912

United States

Company Description

Located in historic Providence, Rhode Island and founded in 1764, Brown University is the seventh-­oldest college in the United States. Brown is an independent, coeducational Ivy League institution comprising undergraduate and graduate programs, plus the Alper...more

Background Information

Employment History

Editor In Chief

Rhode Island Medical Society


Director of the Movement Disorders Program

Butler Hospital


Professor and Chief, Division of Movement Disorders, Department of Neurology

Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University


Director of the Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center

NEUROHEALTH, INC.


Editor-in-Chief of Medicine and Health

Information and Referral Center of Rhode Island


MD

NeuroHealth, LLC


Affiliations

The Movement Disorder Society

Editorial Board


American Academy of Neurology

Fellow


Lewy Body Dementia Association Inc

Member of Scientific Advisory Council


American Neurological Association

Member


Parkinson Study Group

Active Member


National Institutes of Health

Member of the Committees


Education

B.A.

mathematics

University of Chicago


M.A.

mathematics

Washington University


M.D.

Brown University


M.D.

Warren Alpert Medical School


MD

62nd American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting


master's degree

math

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons


medical degree

Columbia University


medical degree

Columbia University Medical Center


Web References(185 Total References)


WPC 2016 Faculty - World Parkinson Congress

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Joseph Friedman
Joseph Friedman (USA): completed medical school and neurology residency at Columbia University in New York. He has been a clinical movement disorders specialist at Brown University since 1982 and currently is the Director of the Movement Disorders Program at Butler Hospital and Professor and Chief, Division of Movement Disorders, Dept of Neurology at the Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University. He has participated in numerous studies in Parkinson's disease and his personal research has mainly focused on behavior problems in PD, particularly psychosis and fatigue, as well as drug induced movement disorders. He has been clinical director of the APDA PD Information and Referral Center since 1985, and has been active in the PD support group community in RI since 1982. He has been editor in chief of Rhode Island Medical Journal, the state medical society journal since 1999,has served on the editorial board of Parkinsonism and Related Disorders and Movement Disorders and has served as a peer reviewer for over 80 national and international medical journals. His video introduction to PD for lay people has been viewed by over 200,000 on You Tube. His PDF sponsored video on hallucinations has also been popular. He has published many articles in the medical literature as well as articles for the PWP community.


Behavioral Aspects of Parkinson's Disease

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The 2009 Gorell Memorial Lecture, "Behavioral Aspects of Parkinson's Disease," was presented by Dr. Joseph Friedman of Brown University, Rhode Island.
Dr. Friedman is a practicing clinical neurologist, a clinical professor, a scientist and the author of "Brain and Behavior. The fourth annual Gorell Lecture was held at the Farmington Hills Library and was simultaneously webcast to nine different locations in Michigan: Adrian, Alpena, Battle Creek, Bay City, Gaylord, Gladwin, Lansing, Scottville and St. Joseph. Ms. Robyn Gorell, a member of the Michigan Parkinson Foundation Board of Directors, welcomed Dr. Friedman in honor of her late husband and thanked the audience for attending. Dr. Friedman outlined the important non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's Disease that are often overlooked or considered less important than the familiar cardinal motor symptoms. The classic motor symptoms of tremor, rigidity and slowness of movement usually receive the primary attention and focus of medical management. Friedman emphasized that, very often, the non-motor symptoms of anxiety, depression, hallucinations, apathy, cognitive slowing and memory difficulties are more problematic and directly affect "quality of life" issues. Dr. Friedman highlighted a number of somatic complaints of PD patients that require medical attention, such as frequent sweating, chronic pain, rhinorrhea (runny nose), poor taste or smell and frequent stomach ailments. Further, he defined a number of behavioral disorders common to PD patients, including anxiety episodes, crippling depression, easily triggered anger, tendency for compulsivity (gambling, repetitive activities, hypersexuality) and increasing cognitive loss consistent with dementia. He identified these non-motor disorders as either iatrogenic, caused by the use of PD medications, hallucinations, psychotic episodes, sleep disorders and obsessive compulsive behaviors; or intrinsic to dopamine loss in PD, as in persistent depression, apathy, dementia, fatigue and akathisia. Immediately following Dr. Friedman's lecture, a panel of four physicians from the Michigan Parkinson Foundation's Professional Advisory Board, moderated by Dr. Kelvin Chou, directed questions to Dr. Friedman and answered others from members of the audience and participants from the webcast audience. Immediately following Dr. Friedman's lecture, a panel of four physicians from the Michigan Parkinson Foundation's Professional Advisory Board, moderated by Dr. Kelvin Chou, directed questions to Dr. Friedman and answered others from members of the audience and participants from the webcast audience.


Customer Webcasts | Proclaim Enterprise - Large Group Managed Service Webcasting

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Joseph Friedman
Anxiety in Parkinson's Disease Join ... Joseph H. Friedman, M.D. Learn more about this under­-recognized symptom by joining a one-­hour online seminar led by PDF and Joseph H. Friedman, M.D., Director, Movement Disorders Program, Butler Hospital and Professor and Chief, Division of Movement Disorders, Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University.


United BioSource Corporation

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Joseph H. Friedman, M.D.Joseph H. Friedman, M.D.Director, Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorder CenterProfessor, Clinical Neurosciences, Brown University Medical School Joseph H. Friedman is a Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at Brown University Medical School, Chief of the section on Parkinson's disease & Movement Disorders, and adjunct professor in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Rhode Island.He is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and a member of the American Neurological Association.He is Editor-in-Chief of Rhode Island's state medical journal and serves on the editorial board of Movement Disorders.His areas of research focus include drug-induced psychosis in Parkinson's disease, effects of atypical antipsychotic drugs on movement disorders, and behavioral abnormalities in Parkinson's Disease.


Editors | Clinical Practice

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Joseph H Friedman
Brown University, USA


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