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Mon, Sep 25


Webinar via Zoom

Lunch with the UAB Docs - Livestream Webinar

Our next livestream webinar with the UAB Movement Disorder Specialists will take place on Monday, September 25h at noon. Attend live to ask questions, or register to receive a link to watch the recording.

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Lunch with the UAB Docs - Livestream Webinar
Lunch with the UAB Docs - Livestream Webinar

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Webinar via Zoom


About the event

About the Webinar:

There are so many treatment options and paths for us to consider when it comes to managing Parkinson's symptoms. It can be overwhelming. UAB Movement Disorder Specialist and Director of Deep Brain Stimulation at the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Kirklin Clinic, Dr. Benjamin McCullough, provides an overview of available medication, surgical, and therapeutic options for your consideration when it comes to symptom management for Parkinson's disease.

About Dr. McCullough, MD:

Dr. McCullough is a native of Birmingham who attended the IB School at Shades Valley. He received his bachelor's degree from Florida State University and his medical degree from the University of South Alabama. Dr. McCullough completed residency training in Neurology at UAB in 2015 and then fellowship training in Movemetn Disorders in 2017, after which he took a faculty position at UAB Hospital. The focus of his fellowship training was the use of Deep Brain Stimulation in the treatment of Movement Disorders. He was also a founding member of UAB Neurology's Collaborative Neurology Service in 2017. In 2022, Dr. McCullough became Medical Director for Deep Brain Stimulation at UAB. His work currently focuses on brain mapping and intraoperative electrophysiology for the placement of DBS systems as well as clinical testing and programming of Deep Brain Stimulators at the Kirklin Clinic. Outside of work Dr. McCullough enjoys playing music and he and hiw sife have just welcomed their first child, Mason.

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