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Tharuka Herath

Research Clinician

I graduated from Faculty of Medicine, University of Peradeniya with first class honors and nine distinctions, achieving first place in the all Island Merit List in MBBS in 2012. I completed an internship at the National Hospital of Sri Lanka and obtained MD in Neurology from the Post Graduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo. I have conducted several presentations in international congresses, and have several publications in international journals. I have been an active member in International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society since 2014, International League Against Epilepsy, The Young Epilepsy Section and International Headache society. My main clinical interest is in Movement disorders and Parkinson’s disease. I am eager to offer quality medical care and contribute to its advancement at primary, tertiary and policy levels, and to expertise in deep brain stimulation to be able to establish this procedure in Sri Lanka.