New York City neurologist Miodrag Velickovic holds a medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Nis in Serbia. He is licensed by the State of New York and board-certified in neurology. Miodrag Velickovic provides superior medical care to his patients at Northern Westchester Hospital, and trains new physicians as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology in the Department of Neurology at Mount Sinai Medical Center. A noted expert in his field, Miodrag Velickovic frequently gives lectures and presentations on topics related to Parkinson’s disease, Wilson’s disease, and other neurological disorders. His recent speaking engagements include a lecture entitled “The Use of Botulinum Toxin in Blepharospasm, Hemifacial Spasm, Oromandibular and Laryngeal Dystonia” at the 2008 American Academy of Neurology Winter Conference in Miami, Florida; an update on movement disorders at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, New York; and an update on Parkinson’s disease therapy at the University of Nis in Serbia. Miodrag Velickovic has also presented to audiences at St. Vincent’s Medical Center, The Jewish Home & Hospital, and Loma Linda University. Miodrag Velickovic has earned recognition for his articles in medical journals, textbooks, and other prestigious publications. His noted articles include “Parkinson's disease without expected neuropathologic abnormality” in the Journal of the American Medical Directors’ Association, and “Corticospinal excitability accompanying ballistic wrist movements in primary dystonia” in Movement Disorders. Miodrag Velickovic also contributed “Parkinson’s Disease: Epidemiology, symptoms, and management” to Communication and Swallowing Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease. Highly active in his professional community, Miodrag Velickovic maintains membership in the American Academy of Neurology, The Movement Disorder Society, and the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation. In his free time, he enjoys chess, skiing, and tennis.