Allison W. Willis, MD
Dr. Willis is a Neurologist and fellowship trained Movement Disorders specialist who focuses on the treatment of the following disorders: Parkinson Disease, Tourette's syndrome, Adult onset Dystonia, in addition to general adult movement disorders. She also performs chemodenervation (botulinum injection) for the following disorders: dystonia, spasticity/dystonia secondary to cerebral palsy.
In addition to maintaining a clinical practice, Dr. Willis has an active research program. Her primary focus is Neurodegenerative Epidemiology, the study of risk factors and outcomes associated with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson disease and dementia.
Dr. Willis attended the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine. She completed Neurology residency at Washington University School of Medicine, serving as Chief Resident in her final year. She then completed a fellowship in Movement Disorders at Washington University School of Medicine before joining the Faculty as an Assistant Professor of Neurology in 2009.
1: Willis AW, Evanoff BA, Lian M, Galarza A, Wegrzyn A, Schootman M, Racette BA.
2: Willis AW, Sterling C, Racette BA. Conjugal Parkinsonism and Parkinson
3: Willis AW, Crowner B, Brunstrom JE, Kissel A, Racette BA. High dose botulinum
4: Wright Willis A, Evanoff BA, Lian M, Criswell SR, Racette BA. Geographic and
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