Irene Malaty, M.D.
Department of Neurology
Medical Director of National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence
Director of Tourette Syndrome Clinic
Irene A. Malaty, M.D., studied microbiology and psychology at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. She attended Indiana University School of Medicine on the Notre Dame campus and in Indianapolis, IN. After completing a transitional year of medicine at St. Vincent’s hospital in Indianapolis, she moved to Gainesville for neurology residency and served as chief resident. She completed a fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Florida Gainesville, and joined the faculty thereafter. She cares for patients with a variety of movement disorders, but has a speciality interest in Tourette syndrome and runs the interdisciplinary clinic for Tourette and tic disorders. Additionally, Irene is the PI for the National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence at UF.
She serves on the executive board of the Florida Society of Neurology, and on the executive committee of the American Academy of Neurology Neuroendocrinology Section, as the Movement Disorder Subsection Chair.
Dr. Malaty is committed to providing quality, state-of-the-art care for all movement disorders, but has specific interests in the non-motor aspects of Parkinson’s disease, and in compulsivity as it applies to Tourette’s syndrome and other movement disorders. She has many peer reviewed articles and travels the world lecturing on Parkinson’s disease, Tourette, botulinum toxin administration, dystonia, and other movement disorders.