UCSF Neurogenetics Cognitive & Movement Disorder Clinic
The UCSF Neurogenetics Cognitive & Movement Disorder Clinic seeks to serve the needs of adult patients with known neurogenetic conditions, as well as patients with neurological conditions of suspected, but unconfirmed, genetic or familial etiology. Examples of conditions that are evaluated in this clinic include adult genetic metabolic disorders, ataxias, mitochondrial disorders, leukoencephalopathies, Huntington’s disease, and atypical parkinsonian disorders. Although the clinic focuses on adults, pediatric cases are considered. Our neurologists include Dr. Michael Geschwind and Dr. Alexandra Nelson.
Medical records can be sent by mail or fax to the numbers below. Upon review, patients will be contacted regarding an appointment. For more information on making an appointment, please see the Memory and Aging Center Clinic.
The UCSF Neurogenetics Cognitive & Movement Disorder Clinic is located on the Mission Bay campus in San Francisco.
Phone: (415) 353-2057
Fax: (415) 353-8292
UCSF Neurogenetics Clinic location:
1500 Owens Street, Suite 320
San Francisco, California
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