de Marcaida, Joy Antonelle, MD
Hartford HealthCare Medical Group

Joy Antonelle de Marcaida, MD


Información sobre la ubicación

  • Chase Family Movement Disorders Center
    35 Talcottville Road Suite 6
    Vernon, CT 06066


Sobre Joy Antonelle de Marcaida, MD

  • Título
    Medical Director, David & Rhoda Chase Family Movement Disorders Center, Hartford Hospital
  • Género
  • Idioma
    Brindar la mejor atención a nuestros pacientes y sus acompañantes requiere comunicarse de manera que todos entiendan. Los servicios de interpretación están disponibles las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, los 365 días del año. Todos los idiomas hablados están disponibles, así como el lenguaje de señas americano (AS/L)
  • Especialidades
    Aceptando pacientes nuevos


  • Áreas de especialización
    Ataxia, Blefaroespasmo, Terapia con Toxina Botulínica, Coreas, Trastornos Cognitivos, Estimulación Cerebral Profunda, Distonía, Temblor Esencial, Espasmos Faciales, Trastornos de la Marcha, Enfermedad de Huntington, Trastornos del Movimiento Hipercinético, Trastornos del Movimiento, Mioclono, Neurociencias, Parkinsonismos, Enfermedad de Parkinson, Trastornos del Movimiento Paroxístico, Trastornos del Movimiento Psicógenos, Síndrome de las Piernas Inquietas, Tortícolis Espasmódica, Discinesia Tardía, Discinesias Tardías, Tics y Síndrome de Tourette, Síndrome de Tourette, Temblores


  • FellowshipUniversity of Rochester

    InternshipMetropolitan Hospital Center

    Medical SchoolUniversity of the Philippines

    ResidencyUniversity of Connecticut School of Medicine

    UndergraduateUniversity of the Philippines

  • Designaciones de profesores

    University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Assistant Professor

  • Organizaciones profesionales

    American Academy of Neurology, Member
    Movement Disorders Society, Member
    Parkinson Study Group, Member


J. Antonelle de Marcaida, M.D. is the Medical Director of the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center of Hartford HealthCare and Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology. Under her leadership, the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center has grown from a single-center/single-doctor practice in Vernon, CT in November 2015, to the comprehensive fully integrated program that now exists in six locations all across the state and a team of ten of the most highly regarded Movement Disorders specialists in the region. She completed a two-year fellowship in Experimental Therapeutics and Movement Disorders at the University of Rochester under the mentorship of Drs. Ira Shoulson and Karl Kieburtz, and a one-year NIH funded fellowship in Experimental Therapeutics and Neuro-AIDS. She did her neurology residency at the University of Connecticut and her medicine internship at New York Medical College-Metropolitan Hospital. She has been the Principal Investigator for over forty clinical trials for Parkinson disease and other movement disorders, and has authored numerous publications and textbook chapters in the course of her career. She is also the Program Director of the Movement Disorders Fellowship Program of the University of Connecticut and Hartford HealthCare, encouraging a future generation of young physicians to develop the skills and passion for the field.

Dr. de Marcaida has a special interest in evaluating novel pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic interventions, including the role of naturopathic and Complementary and Alternative Medicine, in the management of PD and other movement disorders. She advocates strongly for a shift away from a single-minded focus on the management of disease, to a broader perspective on the importance of overall wellness and well-being as a better approach to care. She is passionate about caring for her patients from diagnosis to hospice, and being a true partner in their journey through a life that she aspires will be no less full despite their neurologic diagnosis. She is also fervently involved in various initiatives addressing health inequity and racial injustice, at work and in her community.

Joy Antonelle de Marcaida, MD Noticias

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July 07, 2022

Chase Family Movement Disorders Center 1 of Only 15 Globally to Receive Parkinson’s Designation

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November 13, 2021

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