Lucio Marinelli received his MD degree cum laude at the University of Genova in 1999. He specialized in neurology in 2004 and received the PhD in Neurophysiology and Neuropharmacology in 2008. Since 2001 he gained clinical and research expertise in the field of movement disorders and clinical neurophysiology. In 2004 he was research fellow at Columbia University (NY) working on human movement control and motor learning. Since 2008 he also started clinical and research activity in patients with spasticity and became experienced in the treatment with botulinum toxin. He has advanced computer expertise and programming skills. In 2011 he got a permanent position as assistant professor of neurology at the University of Genova, teaching neurology and medical informatics. In 2017 he passed the Italian scientific habilitation as associate professor of neurology. He performed reviewing and editorial activity for several international journals and received funding for different research projects. He is author of more than 63 manuscripts published in international peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Parkinson's disease, dystonia, movement disorders, spasticity, botulinum toxin, clinical neurophysiology, neurorehabilitation, paratonia.
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