I am a board certified neurologist with fellowship training in Movement Disorders. I am a Professor of Neurology, and also serve as the Director of the UC Irvine Program for Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders, and the Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Neurology.
I am a clinician, and spend the majority of my time in patient care. I am also engaged in clinical research, clinical trials and education.
Neal Hermanowicz, MD
Education & Training
Professor, Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Neurology
University of California Irvine
Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs (2002-present)
1999 - Present
Orange County Physician of Excellence
Orange County Medical Association with Orange Coast Magazine, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2006-2018
Dystonia Doctor of Excellence
San Diego County Support Group of the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation, 2003
The Emerging Role of Pimavanserin in the Management of Parkinson's Disease Psychosis.
Journal of managed care & specialty pharmacy
Hermanowicz N, Alva G, Pagan F, Espay AJ, Patel A, Madrid KC, Kremens D, Kenney J, Arquette S, Tereso G, Lopes M, Farnum C
Two-year clinical outcomes associated with robotic-assisted subthalamic lead implantation in patients with Parkinson's disease.
Journal of robotic surgery
Paff M, Wang AS, Phielipp N, Vadera S, Morenkova A, Hermanowicz N, Hsu FPK
Impact of non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease: a PMDAlliance survey.
Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment
Hermanowicz N, Jones SA, Hauser RA
Involvement of spectrin in the maintenance of phase state asymmetry in the erythrocyte membrane.
Cell, 1982; 30: 725-733
Williamson P., Bateman J., Kozarsky K., Mattocks K., Choe H.R, Hermanowicz N, Schlegel R.A
Abnormal membrane methylation and merocyanine 540 fluorescence in sickle cell erythrocyte membranes.
Biochemical Medicine, 1984; 31: 362-370
Manna C., Hermanowicz N, Ro J.Y., Neilan B., Glushko V., Kim S
Cervical dystonia: Diagnosis and treatment.
Asia-Oceanian Conference for Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine. Nanjing, China