Marisela Dy-Hollins, MD, MS

Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Dy-Hollins is a pediatric movement disorders specialist and health services researcher in the Department of Neurology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and is an Instructor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. She serves as Clinical Director of the Pediatric Movement Disorders Program. Dr. Dy-Hollins’ research is focused on identifying sex differences in Tourette Syndrome and related tic disorders and how social determinants of health may contribute to possible disparities.  She is the recipient of a Child Neurologist Career Development Program K12 award. She has previously received funding through the Tourette Association of America.


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