Anette Schrag (UK) Clinical Committee
  Anette Schrag is a Neurologist and Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at UCL Institute of Neurology, London.
Her work has concentrated on the management and diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. Her research has contributed to earlier diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease and greater differentiation from Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, Multiple System Atrophy other parkinsonian disorders, and to more accurate assessments of patients for screening and clinical trials, including a greater emphasis on the patient perspective in clinical research. Most recently, she has focussed on the early identification of prodromal clinical features, and on using biomarkers and clinical features for prediction of long-term prognosis including cognitive decline.

She has been involved in the creation of a number of international guidelines and recommendations on diagnosis, measurement and management of Parkinson’s disease, has acted as an advisor to Parkinson’s UK, the Multiple System Atrophy Trust, Tourette’s Action and other charities and leads several research studies in these disorders. She is a member of the Rating Scales Committee Executive and the Nominating Committee of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) and a member of the British Neuropsychiatric Association Executive Board.
 
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