Prof. Kailash Bhatia talks about Prof. David Marsden on 10 April 2021

(Charles) David Marsden (14 April 1938 – 29 September 1998) was a British neurologist who made a significant contribution to the field of movement disorders. 

Together with Stanley Fahn at Columbia University, New York, he co-founded the Movement Disorder Society in 1985 and the Movement Disorders Journal (MDJ) in 1986. He edited the Journal of Neurology and Neurosurgery for a decade, followed by MDJ, and served on the editorial boards of a further 21 journals.

His other great legacies were: establishing the UK Parkinson’s Disease Brain Bank (with Professor Andrew Lees); his magnum opus Marsden’s Book of Movement Disorders (posthumously completed by Professor Kailash Bhatia); and the many fellows who passed through his hands to become world leaders in Movement Disorders.

[Source: www.ucl.ac.uk]

 

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