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Dr. Marie-Helene Marion
Biographical Sketch

 
 


Marie-Helene Marion is a consultant neurologist at St George’s hospital in London since 2001. She runs a movement disorders clinic and multidisciplinary clinics (ophthalmology, maxillo-facial, ENT) for Botulinum toxin treatment. She is an honorary senior lecturer at St George’s university of London regular post graduate trainings for geriatricians and neurologists on Parkinson’s disease.

She did her training in neurology as an Interne des Hopitaux de Paris and in neuro-pharmacology in the department of pharmacology (Hospital Salpetriere) of Professor Pierre Simon. She worked as a Chef de clinique –Assistant in hospital Bicetre (University Paris- Sud) under Professor Lapresle and Professor Said. She specialised for 2 years in the field of Movement Disorders in London with Professor David Marsden. She introduced Botulinum toxin treatment in neurology in 1986 in France and trained many neurologists and ophtalmologists in France and Europe and participated to the development of the indications of Botulinum toxin in neurology

For the last 20 years her publications and lectures has been in the field of movement disorders and in particular in the management of Parkinson’s disease and in the therapeutic use of Botulinum toxin.
She has been a member of the executive board of the European Neurological Society (ENS) from 2000 to 2004. She is a member of the Movement Disorder Society, the Societe Francaise de Neurologie, the Association of British Neurologists and the American Academy of Neurology.

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