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Research interests

Dr. Mechelle Lewis is interested in the how normal and dysfunctional neural circuits contribute to motor, non-motor, cognitive, olfactory and mood/psychiatric conditions. Specifically, she applies several approaches to understanding Parkinson’s disease and other parkinsonisms.

The lab has collected clinical, motor, biofluid, and MRI data longitudinally to investigate both the underpinnings of symptoms and potential therapeutic targets.

Since the etiology of Parkinson’s and parkinsonisms is unknown, Dr. Lewis also is interested in how environemental factors may contribute to the development or exacerbation of these disorders.

Education/Academic qualification

Functional MRI, Fellowship


Molecular Pharmacology, Postdoctoral Fellowship


Neurobiology, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

… → 1997

Experimental Psychology, MS, Emporia State University

… → 1991

Psychology, BA, Creighton University

… → 1989


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