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Dr. Cameron Dietiker is an Associate Clinical Professor in the UCSF Department of Neurology where she treats people with movement disorders in the Movement Disorders and Neuromodulation Center and in the Memory and Aging Center on Mission Bay campus. After completing her undergraduate degree at UCSD, she spent two years in research on the Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism (COGA) project with the Veterans Medical Research Foundation in San Diego.  Following this, she earned her medical degree from New York Medical College, where she was recognized by the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and the Gold Humanism Honor Society.  She completed both her neurology residency training and movement disorders fellowship at UCSF, where she joined the faculty in 2017.  Currently, she is active in the UCSF Huntington's disease clinic, an HDSA Center of Excellence, and she participates in observational studies as well as clinical trials that aim to identify risk factors, biomarkers, and better treatment options for people with HD.

Dr. Suketu M. Khandhar is a fellowship trained movement disorders neurologist working at Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center. He completed a 2 year fellowship at the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF). He works with a team of specialists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychiatrists, neuropsychologists, therapists and social workers to help manage those with challenging movement disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. He has championed a team based approach to care. He is the Director of the HD clinic at Kaiser Sacramento. The clinic is proud to be a designated HDSA partner Center of Excellence alongside UC Davis where both institutions feel this collaboration and sharing of resources should serve as the model for all centers.

Dr. Alexandra (Sasha) Duffy is a neurologist specializing in the care of patients with movement disorders including Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, ataxia and other conditions. She is the Director of the Huntington's Disease Society of America's Center of Excellence at UC Davis where she works closely with a dedicated multidisciplinary team in caring for our patients and their families. Dr. Duffy is an active investigator for clinical research in Huntington's disease and Parkinson's disease. She has been a member of the Huntington Study Group since 2015 and is dedicated to advancing our understanding of HD and future therapies. She also serves as the Adult Neurology Residency Program Director and Vice Chair of Education where she supports the education of future neurologists at UC Davis.