The Bonnie and Tom Strauss Movement Disorders Center is at the forefront of the rapid technological and methodological innovation occurring across neuroscience.

Allowing physicians and researchers to devise more effective and personalized therapies for neurological conditions, the Center’s innovations in precision medicine are enabling us to tailor treatments to individuals based on their genetic and other biologic markers in an unprecedented way. The Center acts as a single, system-wide, interdisciplinary clinical and research hub, building on the resources of our outstanding pre-existing centers and groups, including the Parkinson’s Disease Center of Excellence and the Bachmann-Strauss Dystonia Center of Excellence at the Department of Neurology at Mount Sinai-Union Square, the Robert and John M. Bendheim Parkinson and Movement Disorders Center at The Mount Sinai Hospital, the Center for Neuromodulation, and the Nash Family Center for Advanced Circuit Therapeutics. Founded through a generous gift from Bonnie and Tom Strauss, the Strauss Center plays a major role in advancing the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of movement disorders in New York and globally.