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Christopher G. Tarolli, MD

Clinical Instructor, Fellow at University of Rochester Medical Center

Location: Rochester, NY United States

Christopher Tarolli, MD, is a clinical instructor and fellow in movement disorders and experimental therapeutics of neurological disease at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Tarolli studies Parkinson's disease (PD) and evaluates novel care delivery mechanisms for individuals with PD and related disorders. Along with his research mentor, Dr. Ray Dorsey, Dr. Tarolli aims to extend the reach of specialty neurological care to all individuals with PD and related conditions. Dr. Tarolli has participated in clinical research trials evaluating the feasibility, reliability and value of remote assessments (telemedicine) of individuals with PD. He is also involved in ongoing clinical trials evaluating novel therapeutics for the management of PD.

Dr. Tarolli completed his undergraduate studies at Syracuse University Medical School at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine and neurology residency training at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

Associated Grants

  • Improving Participation in Clinical Trials in Individuals with Atypical Parkinsonian Syndromes through Virtual Research Visits (ImPaCT-Atypical)


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