Andrew Siderowf MD, MS
University of Pennsylvania
Andrew Siderowf, MD, MS is the Chief of the Movement Disorders Division in the Penn Department of Neurology. He received his MD at Duke University, residency training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and fellowship training in Movement Disorders and Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Rochester under Ira Shoulson, MD. Dr. Siderowf’s clinical practice focuses on diagnosis and management of patients with Parkinson’s disease and related disorders. The Penn Parkinson’s Disease Center, which he directs, is the largest of its kind in the Delaware Valley region. It is recognized as a Center of Excellence by the Parkinson Foundation and is an awardee of the prestigious Fox/Safra fellowship training program. Dr. Siderowf’s research focuses on the organization and conduct of clinical trials. He has leadership roles in a number multi-center clinical research projects related to Parkinson’s disease, and is currently on the Executive Committee of the Michael J Fox Foundation supported PPMI study. He also serves on the steering committee or safety monitoring boards of several ongoing multi-center clinical trials.