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Patricia Kavanagh, MD, MBA

Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurology

Department of

Tel:  (718) 403-9255


Clinical Subspecialty:

Movement disorders

Research Interests:


Education and training:

MD: Albert Einstein College of Medicine


  • Internal Medicine:  Beth Israel Medical Center, New York
  • Neurology:  Neurological Institute, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York

FellowshipFellowship in Movement Disorders:  Beth Israel Medical Center, New York

Patient Appointments:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday.

Insurance Accepted:

Medicare and major PPOs, call office.


R. Saunders-Pullman, D. Raymond, G. Senthil, P. Kramer, E. Ohmann, A. Deligtisch, V. Shanker, P. Greene, R. Tabano, N. Huang, M. Tagliati, P. Kavanagh, J. Soto-Valencia, P. de Carvalho Agular, N Risch, L. Ozelius, S. Bressman, Narrowing the DYT6 Dystonia Region and Evidence for Locus Heterogeneity in the Amish-Mennonites, American Journal of Medical Genetics; Part A, 143A:2098-2105, 2007.


E. Louis and P. Kavanagh, John Adams’ Essential Tremor, Movement Disorders, 20(12):1537-42 December, 2005.


P. Kavanagh, S.J. Ferrando, J. Godbold, M. Veytsman, A. Di Rocco, Depression Subtypes are Associated with Motor Subtypes of Parkinson’s Disease (abstract), Movement Disorders Society 9th International Congress, March 8, 2005.


P. Kavanagh and K. Marder, Dementia in Parkinson’s Disease, in  Parkinson’s Disease and Nonmotor Dysfunction, R. Pfeiffer and I. Bodis-Wollner, eds., Humana Press, 2005.


D. Barbut, F.S. Yao, D.N. Hager, P. Kavanagh, R.R. Trifilleti, J.P. Gold, Echocardiography to Monitor Emboli During Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Stroke, 27(1) 87-90, January 1996.