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Irene A. Malaty

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University of Florida

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University of Florida

2015 North Jefferson Street

Jacksonville, Florida, 32206

United States

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The University of Florida prides itself on its research facilities and encourages all students to partake, even during their freshman and sophomore years. For the 2015-2016 school year, UF received a record $724 million in funding for research projects. The sc...more

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Employment History

Director of the Foundation Center of Excellence

Parkinson's Disease Foundation Inc


Director of the National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence

UF


Affiliations

Tourette Syndrome Association , Inc.

Medical Advisory Board Member


Florida Society of Neurology

Executive Board


Education

microbiology and psychology

Indiana University


M.D.

University of Florida


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Faculty & Fellows » Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration » College of Medicine » University of Florida

Irene Malaty, M.D.
Irene Malaty, M.D. Irene Malaty, M.D. Associate Professor of Neurology Medical Director, NPF Center of Excellence More about Dr. Malaty


Episode 5: How to Manage Parkinson's "Off" Time | National Parkinson Foundation

Dr. Irene Malaty explains more about what causes these changes and how you can work with your doctor to manage them.
Download Irene Malaty, MD Dr. Malaty is a fellowship-trained movement disorder specialist at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. She is the director of the Parkinson's Foundation Center of Excellence at UF and is site primary investigator of the Parkinson's Outcomes Project. Additionally, Dr. Malaty is co-director of the Tourette Association of America Southeast Regional Center of Excellence and runs the interdisciplinary Tourette and tic disorders clinic for children and adults. In all these initiatives, Dr. Malaty cares for patients, coordinates team-based care, and promotes clinical research. Dr. Malaty is the director of industry-sponsored trials at UF movement disorders. Dr. Malaty serves on the executive board of the Florida Society of Neurology, on the executive committee of the American Academy of Neurology Neuroendocrinology Section, as the Movement Disorder Subsection Chair, and on the Tourette Association of America Medical Advisory Board. She has specific interests in the non-motor aspects of Parkinson's disease and Tourette's syndrome and in using botulinum toxin to treat neurological conditions. She has written many peer-reviewed articles, is involved in numerous clinical trials in movement disorders, and enjoys lecturing on Parkinson's disease, Tourette, botulinum toxin administration, dystonia, and other movement disorders. She studied microbiology and psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, and attended Indiana University School of Medicine. After completing a transitional year of medicine at St. Vincent's hospital in Indianapolis, she moved to Gainesville for neurology residency and served as chief resident. She completed a fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Florida and joined the faculty thereafter. Parkinson's can be unpredictable - symptoms can come and go or get better and worse throughout the day. These so-called "on-off" fluctuations (also called motor fluctuations) and dyskinesias can be troubling, but movement disorder specialists can help with the choice of medication, dosages, and timing. Dr. Irene Malaty explains more about what causes these changes and how you can work with your doctor to manage them. Download Irene Malaty, MD Dr. Malaty is a fellowship-trained movement disorder specialist at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. She is the director of the Parkinson's Foundation Center of Excellence at UF and is site primary investigator of the Parkinson's Outcomes Project. Additionally, Dr. Malaty is co-director of the Tourette Association of America Southeast Regional Center of Excellence and runs the interdisciplinary Tourette and tic disorders clinic for children and adults. In all these initiatives, Dr. Malaty cares for patients, coordinates team-based care, and promotes clinical research. Dr. Malaty is the director of industry-sponsored trials at UF movement disorders. Dr. Malaty serves on the executive board of the Florida Society of Neurology, on the executive committee of the American Academy of Neurology Neuroendocrinology Section, as the Movement Disorder Subsection Chair, and on the Tourette Association of America Medical Advisory Board. She has specific interests in the non-motor aspects of Parkinson's disease and Tourette's syndrome and in using botulinum toxin to treat neurological conditions. She has written many peer-reviewed articles, is involved in numerous clinical trials in movement disorders, and enjoys lecturing on Parkinson's disease, Tourette, botulinum toxin administration, dystonia, and other movement disorders. She studied microbiology and psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, and attended Indiana University School of Medicine. After completing a transitional year of medicine at St. Vincent's hospital in Indianapolis, she moved to Gainesville for neurology residency and served as chief resident. She completed a fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Florida and joined the faculty thereafter.


Episode 5: How to Manage Parkinson's "Off" Time | National Parkinson Foundation

Dr. Irene Malaty joins us to discuss Parkinson's "on-off" management
Dr. Irene Malaty explains more about what causes these changes and how you can work with your doctor to manage them. Download Irene Malaty, MD Dr. Malaty is a fellowship-trained movement disorder specialist at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. She is the director of the Parkinson's Foundation Center of Excellence at UF and is site primary investigator of the Parkinson's Outcomes Project. Additionally, Dr. Malaty is co-director of the Tourette Association of America Southeast Regional Center of Excellence and runs the interdisciplinary Tourette and tic disorders clinic for children and adults. In all these initiatives, Dr. Malaty cares for patients, coordinates team-based care, and promotes clinical research. Dr. Malaty is the director of industry-sponsored trials at UF movement disorders. Dr. Malaty serves on the executive board of the Florida Society of Neurology, on the executive committee of the American Academy of Neurology Neuroendocrinology Section, as the Movement Disorder Subsection Chair, and on the Tourette Association of America Medical Advisory Board. She has specific interests in the non-motor aspects of Parkinson's disease and Tourette's syndrome and in using botulinum toxin to treat neurological conditions. She has written many peer-reviewed articles, is involved in numerous clinical trials in movement disorders, and enjoys lecturing on Parkinson's disease, Tourette, botulinum toxin administration, dystonia, and other movement disorders. She studied microbiology and psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, and attended Indiana University School of Medicine. After completing a transitional year of medicine at St. Vincent's hospital in Indianapolis, she moved to Gainesville for neurology residency and served as chief resident. She completed a fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Florida and joined the faculty thereafter.


About » Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration » College of Medicine » University of Florida

Irene Malaty, M.D.
Irene Malaty, M.D. directs our National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence and the Tourette syndrome interdisciplinary clinic.


http://movementdisorders.ufhealth.org/2014/05/15/dystonia-deep-brain-stimulation-patient-on-tampa-bay-news/

Irene Malaty, M.D.
University of Florida Doctor Dr. Malaty and Rick Staab Talk About Dystonia Awareness


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