Carine Maurer

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Carine W. Maurer, M.D. Ph.D, is a physician board certified in Psychiatry & Neurology, a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, New York.[1] Dr. Maurer researched movement disorders while a clinical fellow, from 2013-2017,[2] within the Human Motor Control section of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) within the National Institutes of Health in the United States.[3]

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  • Medical School: Weill Cornell Medical College[1]
  • Residency: UCLA Medical Center, Neurology[1]
  • Internship: Albert Einstein - Montefiore Medical Center, IM-General Medicine[1]
  • Fellowship: National Institutes of Health, NINDS[1]
  • Graduate School: Rockefeller University[1]
  • Post Doctoral Fellow: Weill Cornell Medical College[1]

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