Bruno V. Gallo, MD  - Neurologist

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Bruno V. Gallo, MD

Neurologist located in Miami, FL

Meet Dr. Gallo

Bruno V. Gallo, M.D. is Director of the Parkinson and Neuromodulation Center at Baptist Health Systems and The Neurology Group, LLC.  He keeps a busy practice in South Florida.

He spent 4 years in private practice on the West Coast of Florida following his Epilepsy/EEG neurophysiology fellowship at the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital under the mentoring of R. Eugene Ramsay, M.D. and Cosimo Ajmone-Marsan, M.D.  His internal medicine and neurology residencies were also completed at UM’s Jackson Memorial Hospital under the supervision of Walter G. Bradley DM, FRCP.  He spent 12 years as an academic faculty member in the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the University of Miami’s School of Medicine.

He is a Neurology Attending and Consultant and a recipient of the Peritz Scheinberg Clinical Neurology Award. He is affiliated with Baptist Health South Florida, Jackson Hospital in Miami, West Kendall Baptist Hospital, and South Miami Hospital. He is also an Associate Professor of Neurology at Florida International University Medical School. 

He developed a keen interest in movement disorders at the National Parkinson Foundation while chief resident in his training under the mentoring of William Weiner, MD.  From 1998 to 2002 he acquired early expertise with the advanced treatment of movement disorders including Parkinson disease, essential tremors, dystonia and Tourette’s with deep brain stimulation (DBS).  He also performs all pre-operative evaluations and post-operative programming and treatment of deep brain stimulation (DBS) patients, vagal nerve stimulation (VNS) and the Duopa Gel Intestinal Pump system for advanced Parkinson Disease and epilepsy patients among other neurologic conditions as well.  

He completed novel innovative bench work on anticonvulsant medications and is or has been a principal investigator/co-investigator on over 48 different Phase I and Phase II clinical research trials.  

In 2002 he joined and was appointed Faculty in the departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery  at the University of Miami.  He created the Newly formed DBS Division in both departments together with reknown neurosurgeon, Dr. James Schumacher.  This Division grew to include hundreds of implanted patients over 14 years, trained attendings, residents and fellows in DBS Technology for movement disorders and continues to thrive as a result of the strong foundations placed by Dr. Gallo.

He has written or co-written several book chapters on Parkinson Disease, Epilepsy Surgery for the Elderly; HIV & Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy & Deep Brain Stimulation as well as numerous abstracts and manuscripts for publications in: The New England Journal of Medicine, Neurology, Muscle & Nerve, Epilepsia, British Medical Journal, JAMA and Epilepsy Research.

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Bruno V. Gallo, M.D. is Director of the Parkinson and Neuromodulation Center at Baptist Health Systems and The Neurology Group, LLC.  He keeps a busy practice in South Florida.

He spent 4 years in private practice on the West Coast of Florida following his Epilepsy/EEG neurophysiology fellowship at the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital under the mentoring of R. Eugene Ramsay, M.D. and Cosimo Ajmone-Marsan, M.D.  His internal medicine and neurology residencies were also completed at UM’s Jackson Memorial Hospital under the supervision of Walter G. Bradley DM, FRCP.  He spent 12 years as an academic faculty member in the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the University of Miami’s School of Medicine.

He is a Neurology Attending and Consultant and a recipient of the Peritz Scheinberg Clinical Neurology Award. He is affiliated with Baptist Health South Florida, Jackson Hospital in Miami, West Kendall Baptist Hospital, and South Miami Hospital. He is also an Associate Professor of Neurology at Florida International University Medical School. 

He developed a keen interest in movement disorders at the National Parkinson Foundation while chief resident in his training under the mentoring of William Weiner, MD.  From 1998 to 2002 he acquired early expertise with the advanced treatment of movement disorders including Parkinson disease, essential tremors, dystonia and Tourette’s with deep brain stimulation (DBS).  He also performs all pre-operative evaluations and post-operative programming and treatment of deep brain stimulation (DBS) patients, vagal nerve stimulation (VNS) and the Duopa Gel Intestinal Pump system for advanced Parkinson Disease and epilepsy patients among other neurologic conditions as well.  

He completed novel innovative bench work on anticonvulsant medications and is or has been a principal investigator/co-investigator on over 48 different Phase I and Phase II clinical research trials.  

In 2002 he joined and was appointed Faculty in the departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery  at the University of Miami.  He created the Newly formed DBS Division in both departments together with reknown neurosurgeon, Dr. James Schumacher.  This Division grew to include hundreds of implanted patients over 14 years, trained attendings, residents and fellows in DBS Technology for movement disorders and continues to thrive as a result of the strong foundations placed by Dr. Gallo.

He has written or co-written several book chapters on Parkinson Disease, Epilepsy Surgery for the Elderly; HIV & Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy & Deep Brain Stimulation as well as numerous abstracts and manuscripts for publications in: The New England Journal of Medicine, Neurology, Muscle & Nerve, Epilepsia, British Medical Journal, JAMA and Epilepsy Research.


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