Department of Neurology

Department of Neurology
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James F Morley, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Neurology at the Veteran's Administration Medical Center
Associate Director for Research, Parkinson's Disease Research, Education and Clinical Center. Philadelphia VA Medical Center
Staff Neurologist, Philadelphia VA Medical Center
Department: Neurology

Contact information
Parkinson's Disease Research, Education and Clinical Center
3900 Woodland Ave.
Mail Stop 127
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-823-5934
Education:
B.S.
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1996.
Ph.D.
Northwestern University, 2003.
M.D.
Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, 2005.
Post-Graduate Training
Intern in Internal Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 2005-2006.
Resident in Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, 2006-2009.
Fellow in Movement Disorders, University of Pennsylvania, 2009-2011.
Certifications
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2009.
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Selected Publications

Morley, J.F., S.X. Xie, H.I. Hurtig, M.B. Stern, A. Colcher, S. Horn, N. Dahodwala, J.E. Duda, D. Weintraub, A.S. Chen-Plotkin, V. Van Deerlin, D. Falcone & A. Siderowf: Genetic influences on cognitive decline in Parkinson disease. Movement Disorders 27(4): 512-8, April 2012 Notes: selected as featured Editor's Choice article.

Joshua M. Milber, Joseph V. Noorigian, James F. Morley, Helen Petrovitch, Lon White, G. Webster Ross, and John E. Duda: Lewy pathology is not the first sign of degeneration in vulnerable neurons in PD. Neurology 79(24): 2307-14, Dec 2012.

James F. Morley and John E. Duda: Parkinson's disease and the risk of cerebrovascular pathology. Movement Disorders 27(12): 1471-2, October 2012.

Amy Hellman, James F. Morley and John E. Duda: Disease Modification in PD: A Review of Transmitter Based Drugs. Neurodegen Dis Manage 2(4): 379-387, 2012.

Morley, J.F., D. Weintraub, E. Mamikonyan, P.J. Moberg, A. Siderowf, & J.E. Duda : Olfactory dysfunction is associated with neuropsychiatric manifestations in Parkinson's disease. Movement Disorders 26(11): 2051-7, September 2011.

Morley, J.F. & J.E. Duda : Neuropsychological correlates of olfactory dysfunction in Parkinson's disease. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 310(1): 228-30, November 2011.

Morley James F, Duda John E: Olfaction as a biomarker in Parkinson's disease. Biomarkers in medicine 4(5): 661-70, Oct 2010.

Morley James F, Hurtig Howard I: Current understanding and management of Parkinson disease: five new things. Neurology 75(18 Suppl 1): S9-15, Nov 2010.

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