Dr. Katrina Gwinn received her undergraduate degree in brain and behavior at Wellesley College in 1982. She then worked at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Massachusetts General Hospital in molecular biology before going to Vanderbilt University School of Medicine where she graduated with an MD degree in 1991. Her residency in Neurology was done at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, followed by a fellowship in Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale completed in 1996. Since that time she worked as a faculty member at Mayo Medical School with a major interest in biological markers and linkage studies of familial parkinsonism. She later worked at NINDS Intramural and extramural, and then was Vice Chair of Research in Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine. She now works in the Neurogenetics Cluster as a Program Director at NINDS.
Active Funding Initiatives for Dr. Gwinn
Last Modified June 2, 2011