Jay Nutt, M.D.
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Dr. Nutt's care philosophy is "to provide thoughtful and comprehensive care to people with movement disorders." Along with movement disorders, his special interests also include clinical neuropharmacology and neurogenetics. Dr. Nutt is currently engaged in movement disorder-related clinical trials, including deep brain stimulation, neuroprotective and neurorestorative therapies for Parkinson's disease, and mechanisms of dopaminergic agents in Parkinson's disease.
"Performance of a motor task learned on levodopa deteriorates when subsequently practiced off,"
"The effect of deep brain stimulation randomized by site on balance in Parkinson's disease,"
"Asymmetric pedunculopontine network connectivity in parkinsonian patients with freezing of gait,"
"Authors' response to Marras and Oakes, 'piecing together the puzzle of progression and mortality in Parkinson's disease',"
"Deep brain stimulation may improve quality of life in people with parkinson's disease without affecting caregiver burden,"