Joint & Bone Initiative

Dr. Mary Jenkins

Associate Professor
Clinical Neurological Sciences

MSK Research Areas of Interest

Movement Disorders, Parkinson’s, Tourette Syndrome

Dr. Jenkins received her MD and Neurology Residency at Western University. Following residency, Dr. Jenkins completed two years of fellowship training in Movement Disorders, the first year at Western University and the second year at the University of Rochester.

Dr. Jenkins is an Associate Professor at Western University. She joined the faculty at London Health Sciences Centre in 2004.

Dr. Jenkins specializes in both Adult and Pediatric Movement Disorders including Parkinson's disease, Tourette Syndrome and other movement disorder diseases.

Dr. Jenkins is also Program Director of the Neurology Residency Program.

Dr. Jenkins' main research interests are in the field of Movement Disorders diseases, including Parkinson's Disease. Her research focus is Motor Control and encompasses human studies of gait, posture, upper limb control, speech and cognition. The research is conducted as part of an interdisciplinary team of professionals within the Faculties of Medicine, Engineering, Neuroscience, and Health Sciences.