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Neurology Fellowships

Movement Disorders Fellowship


The MUSC Movement Disorder Fellowship offers trainees clinical exposure and training in all types of movement disorders, pediatric and adult. Fellows will gain experience in all aspects of deep brain stimulation, including evaluations, intraoperative mapping and programming. They will gain experience in botulinum toxin injections for all movement disorders, with EMG guidance. We have an active clinical trial center, and the fellows will gain experience in this process as well. Fellows with an interest in academics will receive mentorship in clinical research and grant writing. There are regular Video conferences and Journal clubs dedicated to Movement Disorders.  To find out about MUSC's Movement Disorders Program visit


Completed ACGME accredited Residency in Neurology, board eligible.

Primary Topic:

Movement Disorders

Secondary Topics:

Clinical Trials, Botox, Functional Neurosurgical Interventions for PD, Deep Brain Stimulation, Movement Disorders


Vanessa Hinson, M.D., Ph.D.

Gonzalo J. Revuelta, D.O.

Istvan Takacs, M.D.

Marian Dale, M.D.

Christine Cooper, M.D.

Lilia Lovera, M.D.

Federico Rodriguez-Porcel, M.D.

Shabbir Merchant, M.D.

Amy Delambo, NP

Robin Hand, ANP

Nathan Rowland, M.D. Neuro-Surgery


For more information contact:

Jerri O'Banner                        Jean Dangerfield

Jerri O’Banner                                                     Jean Dangerfield 
Email:                                   Email: 
Phone: 843-792-0078                                           Phone:  843-792-7262

Fellowship Application Requirements

  • Completed MUSC Fellowship application - link to match
  • Current Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement describing your background, clinical & research interests, and career plans
  • Interview

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