Dr Davide Martino is an associate professor and director of the Movement Disorders Program at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary. His multidisciplinary research program is focused on the identification of endophenotypic and biological markers for the subtyping of complex movement disorders, primarily dystonia, tic and other neurodevelopmental disorders and Parkinson’s disease. He is also conducting research to improve multidisciplinary pathways of care for complex movement disorders sitting at the interface between Neurology and Psychiatry, and on novel non-invasive neurostimulation approaches (alternate current stimulation, low intensity focused ultrasound stimulation). Dr. Martino lectures at international conferences of neurological societies including the Movement Disorders Society, the American Academy of Neurology and the World Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and related disorders.