About Todd Herrington, MD, PhD

Todd Herrington is a Neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Instructor in Neurology at Harvard Medical School.  Dr. Herrington completed his BS at Stanford University, followed by MD and PhD at Harvard Medical School, residency in Neurology at the joint Partners Neurology Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, and a Fellowship in Movement Disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital.

In the Division of Movement Disorders, Dr. Herrington treats patients with Parkinson's disease, tremor,  dystonia and other movement disorders, with an additional specialization in patients who are undergoing treatment with deep brain stimulation.
 
Dr. Herrington's research focuses on the impact of deep brain stimulation on the motor, cognitive and psychiatric manifestations of movement disorders. Using a combination of intraoperative neurophysiology, noninvasive neurophysiology and neuroimaging, Dr. Herrington aims to further our understanding of the role of the human basal ganglia in health and disease and to develop novel approaches to neuromodulation to treat motor and nonmotor symptoms.

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Neurology Associates
15 Parkman Street
Boston, MA 02114-3117
617-726-5532
Fax: 617-726-4101

Neurology Associates
165 Cambridge Street
Suite 820
Boston, MA 02114-2783
617-643-2083
Fax: 617-726-2019

Medical Education

  • MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School
  • Residency, Brigham and Women's Hospital
  • Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital

American Board Certifications

  • Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

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Research

Dr. Herrington's research focuses on the impact of deep brain stimulation on the motor, cognitive and psychiatric manifestations of movement disorders. Using a combination of intraoperative neurophysiology, noninvasive neurophysiology and neuroimaging, Dr. Herrington aims to further our understanding of the role of the human basal ganglia in health and disease and to develop novel approaches to neuromodulation to treat motor and nonmotor symptoms. He has received support from the National Institutes of Health, the American Academy of Neurology and the Bachman-Strauss Dystonia & Parkinson Foundation.